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I-D ACTION:draft-fhirsch-xml-mime-security-00.txt

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	Title		: XML Security for Multipart MIME: Multipart/Signed and 
	Author(s)	: F. Hirsch
	Filename	: draft-fhirsch-xml-mime-security-00.txt
	Pages		: 17
	Date		: 02-Oct-01
This draft defines how XML Digital Signatures and XML Encryption may
be used with Multipart MIME security to provide MIME integrity and
confidentiality.  It extends RFC 1847 by defining
application/signature+xml and application/encryption+xml protocols
for the Multipart/Signed and Multipart/Encrypted MIME types.
Although non-XML content may be signed or encrypted based on XML
signing and encryption, additional capabilities are available for XML
MIME content.  This draft defines a signature transform parameter for
partial signing or manipulation of XML MIME content as well as
processing rules in addition to the XML Digital Signature and XML
Encryption processing rules.

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