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(Visual FoxPro) Create XML Digital Signature using Certificate on Smart Card

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Demonstrates how to load a certificate located on a smart card or USB token and then use it for creating an XML digital signature such that the cryptographic signing happens on the smart card.

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ActiveX for 32-bit and 64-bit Windows

LOCAL loScmd
LOCAL lcReaderName
LOCAL lnSuccess
LOCAL lnRetval
LOCAL lcCertPart
LOCAL lcPartValue
LOCAL loCert
LOCAL loXml
LOCAL loGen
LOCAL lnBUsePrivateKey
LOCAL loSbXml

* This example requires the Chilkat API to have been previously unlocked.
* See Global Unlock Sample for sample code.

loScmd = CreateObject('Chilkat_9_5_0.ScMinidriver')

* Reader names (smart card readers or USB tokens) can be discovered
* via List Readers or Find Smart Cards
lcReaderName = "SCM Microsystems Inc. SCR33x USB Smart Card Reader 0"
lnSuccess = loScmd.AcquireContext(lcReaderName)
IF (lnSuccess = 0) THEN
    ? loScmd.LastErrorText
    RELEASE loScmd
    CANCEL
ENDIF

* If successful, the name of the currently inserted smart card is available:
? "Card name: " + loScmd.CardName

* If desired, perform regular PIN authentication with the smartcard.
* For more details about smart card PIN authentication, see the Smart Card PIN Authentication Example
lnRetval = loScmd.PinAuthenticate("user","000000")
IF (lnRetval <> 0) THEN
    ? "PIN Authentication failed."
ENDIF

* You can find a cerficate using any of the following certificate parts:
* "subjectDN" -- The full distinguished name of the cert.
* "subjectDN_withTags" -- Same as above, but in a format that includes the subject part tags, such as the "CN=" in "CN=something"
* "subjectCN" -- The common name part (CN) of the certificate's subject.
* "serial" -- The certificate serial number.
* "serial:issuerCN" -- The certificate serial number + the issuer's common name, delimited with a colon char.
* These are the same certificate parts that can be retrieved by listing certificates on the smart card (or USB token).
* See List Certificates on Smart Card Example
lcCertPart = "subjectCN"
lcPartValue = "PIVKey E42D60A759D39147A26E0AF2FB1183C5"

* If the certificate is found, it is loaded into the cert object.
loCert = CreateObject('Chilkat_9_5_0.Cert')
lnSuccess = loScmd.FindCert(lcCertPart,lcPartValue,loCert)
IF (lnSuccess = 0) THEN
    ? "Failed to find the certificate."
    loScmd.DeleteContext()
    RELEASE loScmd
    RELEASE loCert
    CANCEL
ENDIF

? "Successfully loaded the cert object from the smart card / USB token."

* Note: When successful, the cert object is internally linked to the ScMinidriver object's authenticated session.
* The cert object can now be used to sign or do other cryptographic operations that occur on the smart card / USB token.
* If your application calls PinDeauthenticate or DeleteContext, the cert will no longer be able to sign on the smart card
* because the smart card ScMinidriver session will no longer be authenticated or deleted.

* ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* We have the certificate.  Now let's do the XML digital signature..

* Create the following XML to be signed:

* <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no" ?>
* <SOAP-ENV:Envelope xmlns:SOAP-ENV="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/">
*     <SOAP-ENV:Header>
*         <wsse:Security xmlns:wsse="http://docs.oasis-open.org/wss/2004/01/oasis-200401-wss-wssecurity-secext-1.0.xsd" SOAP-ENV:mustUnderstand="1"></wsse:Security>
*     </SOAP-ENV:Header>
*     <SOAP-ENV:Body xmlns:SOAP-SEC="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/security/2000-12" SOAP-SEC:id="Body">
*         <z:FooBar xmlns:z="http://example.com" />
*     </SOAP-ENV:Body>
* </SOAP-ENV:Envelope>

loXml = CreateObject('Chilkat_9_5_0.Xml')
loXml.Tag = "SOAP-ENV:Envelope"
loXml.AddAttribute("xmlns:SOAP-ENV","http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/")
loXml.UpdateAttrAt("SOAP-ENV:Header|wsse:Security",1,"xmlns:wsse","http://docs.oasis-open.org/wss/2004/01/oasis-200401-wss-wssecurity-secext-1.0.xsd")
loXml.UpdateAttrAt("SOAP-ENV:Header|wsse:Security",1,"SOAP-ENV:mustUnderstand","1")
loXml.UpdateAttrAt("SOAP-ENV:Body",1,"xmlns:SOAP-SEC","http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/security/2000-12")
loXml.UpdateAttrAt("SOAP-ENV:Body",1,"SOAP-SEC:id","Body")
loXml.UpdateAttrAt("SOAP-ENV:Body|z:FooBar",1,"xmlns:z","http://example.com")

* Prepare for signing...
loGen = CreateObject('Chilkat_9_5_0.XmlDSigGen')

* Indicate where the Signature will be inserted.
loGen.SigLocation = "SOAP-ENV:Envelope|SOAP-ENV:Header|wsse:Security"

* Add a reference to the fragment of the XML to be signed.

* Note: "Body" refers to the XML element having an "id" equal to "Body", where "id" is case insensitive
* and where any namespace might qualify the attribute.  In this case, the SOAP-ENV:Body fragment is signed
* NOT because the tag = "Body", but because it has SOAP-SEC:id="Body"
loGen.AddSameDocRef("Body","sha1","EXCL_C14N","","")

* (You can read about the SignedInfoPrefixList in the online reference documentation.  It's optional..)
loGen.SignedInfoPrefixList = "wsse SOAP-ENV"

* Provide the private key for signing via the certificate, and indicate that
* we want the base64 of the certificate embedded in the KeyInfo.
loGen.KeyInfoType = "X509Data"
loGen.X509Type = "Certificate"

* Note: Our certificate was loaded from the smartcard and is internally linked to the authenticated ScMinidriver session.
* The signing will occur on the smart card using the chosen certificate.
lnBUsePrivateKey = 1
lnSuccess = loGen.SetX509Cert(loCert,lnBUsePrivateKey)
IF (lnSuccess <> 1) THEN
    ? loGen.LastErrorText
    RELEASE loScmd
    RELEASE loCert
    RELEASE loXml
    RELEASE loGen
    CANCEL
ENDIF

* Everything's specified.  Now create and insert the Signature
loSbXml = CreateObject('Chilkat_9_5_0.StringBuilder')
loXml.GetXmlSb(loSbXml)
lnSuccess = loGen.CreateXmlDSigSb(loSbXml)
IF (lnSuccess <> 1) THEN
    ? loGen.LastErrorText
    RELEASE loScmd
    RELEASE loCert
    RELEASE loXml
    RELEASE loGen
    RELEASE loSbXml
    CANCEL
ENDIF

* Examine the XML with the digital signature inserted
? loSbXml.GetAsString()

* ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* Cleanup our ScMinidriver session...

* When finished with operations that required authentication, you may if you wish, deauthenticate the session.
lnSuccess = loScmd.PinDeauthenticate("user")
IF (lnSuccess = 0) THEN
    ? loScmd.LastErrorText
ENDIF

* Delete the context when finished with the card.
lnSuccess = loScmd.DeleteContext()
IF (lnSuccess = 0) THEN
    ? loScmd.LastErrorText
ENDIF

RELEASE loScmd
RELEASE loCert
RELEASE loXml
RELEASE loGen
RELEASE loSbXml


 

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