Convert-back / verify a Javascript-signed field 
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: Domino Designer
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: Mike Woolsey4870 03 Feb 2011
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I'd love to be able to read a field that Javascript has signed. I don't think it takes much -- a decrypt function that'll accept the author's public key instead of your own private key. It'd quickly replace all the signed-section functions I use, when they exist for security reasons (and XPages has replaced all the non-security functions already).
So -- just a decryption function to expose, along with the already-existing access to a user's public key. That would do it for me!
'Course, it could be nicer. Lots could be nicer.

1) Vlad Sh10679 (04 Feb 2011)
akin to the idea: { Link }
2) Mike Woolsey4870 (11 Feb 2011)
Yeh -- maybe I should post into this link? I'd just like it to be compatible now that Javascript has a "sign" method .... lemme do that.


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