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Chilkat DSA/DSS Python Library

 Chilkat Python Module Downloads for Windows, Linux, and MAC OS X

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The DSA/DSS Python library can be used in C++ and MFC applications to create and verify DSA signatures and keys.

The Digital Signature Algorithm (DSA) is a United States Federal Government standard (or FIPS) for digital signatures. It was proposed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for use in their Digital Signature Standard (DSS)

DSA Library Features

    Note: The Digital Signature Algorithm (DSA) is synonomous with the Digital Signature Standard (DSS)

    • Create and verify DSA signatures.
    • Generate DSA keys.
    • Generate DSA keys based on parameters created by OpenSSL.
    • Set public key explicitly from P, Q, G, and Y values.
    • Set private key explicitly from P, Q, G, and X values.
    • Provides access to P, Q, G, X, and Y as hex-encoded SSH1-format bignums.
    • Import public/private DSA keys from DER.
    • Import public/private DSA keys from PEM.
    • Import encrypted private DSA keys from PEM.
    • Import public/private DSA keys from XML.
    • Export public/private DSA keys to DER.
    • Export public/private DSA keys to PEM.
    • Export encrypted private DSA keys to PEM.
    • Export public/private DSA keys to XML.


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