The AlgorithmIdentifier class defines an algorithm used for a cryptographic operation.
Provides a set of common certificate finders.
A utility class that features a certificate issuer functionality. This can be used as a base of simple custom certification authority.
The certificate revocation list.
Collection of certificate revocation lists.
PKCS #10 certification request. This is the standard certificate format. It is used (for example) by Internet Explorer's XEnroll control, but non-IE browsers generally use SignedPublicKeyAndChallenge instead.
A collection of CryptographicAttributeNode objects.
A cryptographic attribute that contains a type and a collection of associated values.
A collection of values associated with a CryptographicAttributeNode.
Represents a CMS/PKCS #7 encrypted data.
Contains string representations of common extended usage OIDs.
Defines key agreement algorithm recipient information. The key itself is not transported - the two parties that will be using a symmetric key both take part in its generation. Please note that this method is not yet fully supported by Rebex Security library.
Defines key transport recipient information, typically using the RSA algorithm to encrypt the shared symmetric key to transport.
Base class for various PKCS objects.
Represents a private key.
Represents a public key.
A collection of RecipientInfo objects.
Represents the result of certificate revocation check.
Information about revoked certificate.
Collection of information about revoked certificates. A part of CertificateRevocationList.
Represents an S/MIME capability.
A collection of SecureMimeCapability objects.
Represents the result of signature validation.
Represents a CMS/PKCS #7 signed data.
A SPKAC certificate request. This is used by Mozilla, Opera and other browsers except Internet Explorer. For Internet Explorer, use CertificationRequest.
Represents a CMS/PKCS #7 message signer.
A collection of SignerInfo objects.
The SubjectIdentifier class identifies a subject, either by certificate issuer and serial number, by the subject key identifier or by a public key.
Defines the interface that certificate finder classes must implement.
Specifies what parts of the certificate chain should be included in the message.
Certificate revocation list status.
Specifies private key file format.
Represents revocation check outcome.
Specifies the reason for inclusion in the certificate revocation list.
Signature validation status.
Defines the type of subject identifier that identifies a subject and a certificate.