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X509 Certificate's Signature

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Hi.

I'm trying to verify a X509 Certificate. In order to do this, I need
to get the public key, Hash & Signature stored in a X509 certificate.

I am able to get the Public Key & then the exponent & modulus.
I believe that the hash is just the "thumbprint" of the certificate.

However, I am at a total loss as to which field is the Signature? Any
ideas?

Thanks for your help.
Sushant

Nov 16 '05 #1
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