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sdonohue 09-26-2006 08:23 AM

Which is easier to install on Linux PGP, x.509/PKCS, SAML, or SSO Web Services
 
On my Linux server I need to install PGP (doesn't seem to be available for Linux yet as far as I can tell), X.509/PKCS #7, SAML, or SSO Web Services.

Has anyone installed any of these on Linux? Any ideas on ease of install of one over the others (I have limited knowledge).

Also, do you know which would be best/easiest for the following application (the only application it would be used for): Creating an http post which includes a secure time stamp.

Thank you for your help. I need to have this installed and tested asap and I don't even know where to start.

Matir 09-26-2006 08:42 AM

Use GnuPG. It's fully compatible with PGP and it supports command line operation, ideal for embedding in a web interface.

sdonohue 09-26-2006 04:12 PM

Thank you thank you thank you :-)


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