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distinguished encoding rule (DER)

The Distinguished Encoding Rules (DER) are a subset of the Basic Encoding Rules (BER). They are written in Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN.1) and define the data as a stream for transmission or storage as a stream of bits. Each ASN.1 object corresponds to only one DER encoding.

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Englisch: distinguished encoding rule - DER
Updated at: 21.07.2016
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