Modern implementations of solutions supporting transaction execution must meet many sophisticated requirements. This also applies to the area of support of the exchange of information accompanying the execution of transactions. This information, regardless of its technical form, must ensure an adequate level of security understood, for example, as legal effectiveness. The use of XML format as the basic format for exchanging data secured by XMLdSig electronic signature gives wide possibilities of flexible adaptation of both the document and the signatures in this document to the requirements of a specific transaction. However, this flexibility which is a great benefit is also a source of certain vulnerabilities. This article presents the concept of an electronic form which, while providing a high level of interoperability and great possibilities to adapt the form to the transaction, ensures a high level of security by eliminating the aforementioned vulnerabilities.
Wawrzyniak, Gerard; El Fray, Imed; Klos, Mateusz; and Prokopenya, Alexander, "Concept of an electronic form based on XML that ensures a high level of interoperability and security" (2021). PACIS 2021 Proceedings. 68.
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