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Posted 6 Apr 2004

Porting Java Public Key Hash to C# .NET

, 26 Oct 2004
This tutorial is an effort to overcome problems faced by the developers who want to sign data using Java Key Store and want to verify it on .NET platform. The tutorial demonstrates how to export the Public Key using Java to .NET compatible Public Key (XML format).


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Shaheryar Ch.
Software Developer (Senior)
United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates
Shaheryar specializes in architecture, design, development and deployment of J2EE and .Net enterprise applications. He got hooked with enterprise application development during his Masters and has been devoted to it ever since.

He was born in Lahore-Pakistan and holds a Bachelors degree in Computer Science (Major in Software Engg.) from Mohammed Ali Jinnah University, Islamabad-Pakistan.

Presently he is working as GIS Software Engineer for Client / Server J2EE (Web/Desktop) Applications in Middle East.

His skill set includes Java, JSP, Servlet, Massive EJB component development, J2EE essential design patterns, JDBC, JAAS, JMS, Java Help System, Java XML Parsers, web design, symmetric & asymmetric encryption (AES, DES, RSA), JavaScript, PDF417 2D Barcodes, ASP.Net, C#, Visual C++, AWT/Swing, UML, ArcIMS, ArcXML, ESRI Map Objects Java, Coldfusion, JBoss AS, Oracle 10g AS, Tomcat, IIS and JRun. He has successfully developed and deployed cross platform applications on IRIX, Linux and Windows platforms.

He usually works late hours with some heavy music and prefers to test and prove everything to his own satisfaction before committing himself and likes to finish what he starts without interruptions.

He loves playing guitar, bowling, snooker and cricket.

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