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OpenOCES is a project dedicated to the development of free software components for the Danish OCES PKI. Since OCES is based on the X.509 standard, some of the OpenOCES subprojects, such as OpenSign, can be used in any X.509 based PKI. Read more about the OpenOCES project and OCES in general here.

Currently, OpenOCES hosts 3 projects:

* OpenSign - an applet for signing text and logon
* OpenOCES API - a convenience API for handling OCES certificates and signatures generated by OpenSign
* OpenCert - a standalone application for issuance of OCES certificates

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capi certificates crypto pkcs12 pki x509

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