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WSS4J - using byte to initialize a Crypto object
posted 4 years ago
I am trying to use Axis + WSS4J to do encryption, signature on the outgoing SOAP request to a third-party service.
The trouble is that we are using an in-house secure storage for storing the public-private key pair and the third-party certificate.
There is no truststore/keystore accessible here; we can only access this through our internal service and can get the keys in a byte format.
Does anyone know how I can use this byte and feed it into WSS4J so that WSS4J can use this key to do encryption and signature? I basically want to be able to initilize a Crypto object (which needs a X509Certificate object) using a byte and then use a custom action.
Any help would be very much appreciated!
posted 3 years ago
Hi I am also in the same boat that I can not load anything from file and just have API to get private key and password. Did you get any luck achieving that?