Public-Key Cryptography Standard #7. The standard developed by RSA Laboratories that governs the application of cryptography to data, for example digital signatures.

The public-key cryptography standard that governs signing and encryption.

The Cryptographic Message Syntax Standard. A general syntax for data to which cryptography may be applied, such as digital signatures and encryption. It also provides a syntax for disseminating certificates or certificate revocation lists and other message attributes, such as time stamps, to the message.

RSA public key cryptography standard which describes a standard syntax for data, compatible with PEM, that may be encrypted or signed, such as digital envelopes or digital signatures. Allows other attributes, such as timestamps, to be authenticated along with the message content. The syntax is recursive so that envelopes can be nested, or someone can sign some previously encrypted data.

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The Cryptographic Message Syntax Standard. It is a general syntax, developed and maintained by RSA Data Security, Inc., for data to which cryptography may be applied, such as digital signatures and encryption. It also provides a syntax for disseminating certificates or certificate revocation lists. See also: certificate; certificate revocation list (CRL); encryption; Public Key Cryptography Standards (PKCS)

Public Key Cryptography Standard #7. A standard from RSA Labs specifying a generic syntax for data that may be encrypted or signed.