PKCS Public Key Infrastructure Security

Public-Key Cryptography Standards (PKCS) is a set of informal intervendor standards developed since 1991 by RSA Laboratories with representatives of other vendors. Since its publication, PKCS has been used in many standards and products. These standards cover RSA encryption, Diffie-Hellman key agreement, password-based encryption, extended-certificate syntax, cryptographic message syntax, private-key information syntax, and certification request syntax, as well as selected attributes. - PKCS #15: Cryptographic Token Information Format Standard

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What is PKCS?* - PKCS explained. From the RSA labs FAQ.
Public Key Cryptography Standards* - The official site for PKCS. The standards are available in ASCII, Word, and PostScript formats. (RSA Laboratories)

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