Noah Sunder Raj, G.Manoj Kumar


A secure messaging standard that acts as a platform for communication within and between applications is needed. Secure messaging uses criteria similar to SWIFT (Global Financial Interbank Financial Telecommunications), the international messaging system used for financial messaging worldwide. Secure Messaging can be used for secure communications within an application and between applications. It allows the structure of messages and message formats to be defined and delegated for use by the secure messaging community. Secure Messaging contains a series of features, a software that is enabled on the Internet, with a flexible structure that facilitates centralized or distributed publishing. Access is controlled by user access based on the smart card and messages are protected by standard encryption and authentication services according to ISO standards.


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