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Edward Scheidt, James Kolouch, Ersin L Domangue, Mark A Odell, Wai Lin Tsang: Electronically signing a document. TecSec, IP Strategies, February 13, 2007: US07178030 (40 worldwide citation)

A method of electronically signing a document includes initializing a user, including generating an asymmetric key pair including a private signing key and a public signing key, and storing the private signing key and the public signing key; and providing an electronic signature, including receiving ...


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Edward Scheidt, C Jay Wack: Server-based cryptography. TecSec, IP Strategies, May 26, 2009: US07539855

A system for securing data includes a set of descriptors associated with data, a node, and a server. The set of descriptors include a first group of descriptors, and at least one additional descriptor. Each descriptor has a respective, associated value. The node provides a first component by binding ...


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Mark A Odell, Edward Scheidt, C Jay Wack: Context oriented crypto processing on a parallel processor array. Tecsec, IP Strategies, June 27, 2006: US07069448

A system provides cryptographic processing of input data on a parallel processor array that includes plural processors. A format filter extracts control and main data from the input data. A control unit receives the control data, and based on the control data, forwards control and cryptographic para ...


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Mark A Odell, Edward Scheidt, C Jay Wack: Context oriented crypto processing on a parallel processor array. IP Strategies PC, George F Wallace, September 18, 2003: US20030174843-A1

A system provides cryptographic processing of input data on a parallel processor array that includes plural processors. A format filter extracts control and main data from the input data. A control unit receives the control data, and based on the control data, forwards control and cryptographic para ...


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Edward Scheidt, James Kolouch, Ersin L Domangue, Mark A Odell, Wai Lin Tsang: Electronically signing a document. Thomas M Champagne, IP Strategies PC, October 17, 2002: US20020150241-A1

A method of electronically signing a document includes initializing a user, including generating an asymmetric key pair including a private signing key and a public signing key, and storing the private signing key and the public signing key; and providing an electronic signature, including receiving ...