Welcome to Apache Santuario
The Apache Santuario project is aimed at providing implementation of the primary security standards for XML:
- XML-Signature Syntax and Processing
- XML Encryption Syntax and Processing.
Two libraries are currently available.
- Apache XML Security for Java: This library includes the standard JSR-105 (Java XML Digital Signature) API, a mature DOM-based implementation of both XML Signature and XML Encryption, as well as a more recent StAX-based (streaming) XML Signature and XML Encryption implementation.
- Apache XML Security for C++: This library includes a mature Digital Signature and Encryption implementation using a proprietary C++ API on top of the Xerces-C XML Parser's DOM API. It includes a pluggable cryptographic layer, but support for alternatives to OpenSSL are less complete and less mature.
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Version 1.7.3 of the Apache XML Security for C++ library has been released, fixing a number of bugs, including a major issue involving ECDSA signature generation.
Versions 2.0.3 and 1.5.8 of the Apache XML Security for Java library have been released. Security advisory CVE-2014-8152 has been issued for versions 2.0.0, 2.0.1 and 2.0.2 of the library.
Please see the release notes for more information.
Security advisory CVE-2013-2210 has been issued, affecting Apache XML-Security for C++ version 1.7.1. Version 1.7.2 of the Apache XML Security for C++ library has been released, addressing this issue.
Security advisory CVE-2013-2172 has been issued for the Apache XML Security for Java project. Versions 1.4.8 and 1.5.5 have been released, fixing this issue.
Security advisories CVE-2013-2153, CVE-2013-2154, CVE-2013-2155, and CVE-2013-2156, affecting Apache XML-Security for C++ versions prior to 1.7.1, have been issued.
Version 1.7.1 of the Apache XML Security for C++ library has been released, addressing these issues.
See here for old news.