JavaScript Message Security Format
draft-barnes-jose-jsms-00

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Abstract

Many applications require the ability to send cryptographically secured messages. While the IETF has defined a number of formats for such messages (e.g. CMS) those formats use encodings which are not easy to use in modern applications. This document describes the JavaScript Message Security format (JSMS), a new cryptographic message format which is based on JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) and thus is easy for many applications to generate and parse.

Authors

Richard Barnes (rbarnes@bbn.com)

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