Common Security: CDSA and CSSM
Copyright © 1997 The Open Group
System Security Services
The System Security Services layer is the appropriate
architectural layer for defining and implementing
sophisticated security protocols, based on the security
services of the CSSM and its add-in modules. These services
and protocols may include:
Secure and private file systems (such as PFP secured files)
Protocols for secure electronic commerce (such as JEPI and SET)
Protocols for private communication (such as SHTTP, SSL,
PGP, and S/MIME)
Multi-language access to the CSSM API (such as CSSM-Java API)
CSSM management tools (such as a CSSM installation and
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