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[PKCS #11-Hist] PKCS #11 Cryptographic Token Interface Historical Mechanisms Specification Version 2.40. Edited by Susan Gleeson and Chris Zimman. 14 April 2015. OASIS Standard. http://docs.oasis-open.org/pkcs11/pkcs11-hist/v2.40/os/pkcs11-hist-v2.40-os.html.
[PKCS #11-Hist-Rev01] PKCS #11 Cryptographic Token Interface Historical Mechanisms Specification Version 2.40 Plus Errata 01. Edited by Susan Gleeson, Chris Zimman, Robert Griffin, and Tim Hudson. 09 December 2015. OASIS Standard Incorporating Draft 01 of Errata 01. http://docs.oasis-open.org/pkcs11/pkcs11-hist/v2.40/errata01/csd01/pkcs11-hist-v2.40-errata01-csd01-complete.html
To minimize the risk of errors, values for PKCS #11 manifest constants in [PKCS #11-Hist-Rev01] are specified only in the normative computer language definition files associated with that specification. The table of manifest constant definitions that was included in Appendix B of the [PKCS #11-Hist] is not included in [PKCS #11-Base-Rev01]. Corrections to errors in Appendix B of [PKCS #11-Hist] have been incorporated into the normative computer language definition files specified in [PKCS #11-Hist-Rev01].
See the following normative computer language definition files (linked from the “Related work” section above) for the manifest constants:
The following corrections have been made in [PKCS #11-Hist-Rev01:
PKCS #11 Implementation Conformance is defined in Section 3 of [PKCS #11-Hist].
The following individuals have participated in the creation of this specification and are gratefully acknowledged:
Gil Abel, Athena Smartcard Solutions, Inc.
Warren Armstrong, QuintessenceLabs
Jeff Bartell, Semper Fortis Solutions LLC
Peter Bartok, Venafi, Inc.
Anthony Berglas, Cryptsoft
Joseph Brand, Semper Fortis Solutions LLC
Kelley Burgin, National Security Agency
Robert Burns, Thales e-Security
Wan-Teh Chang, Google Inc.
Hai-May Chao, Oracle
Janice Cheng, Vormetric, Inc.
Sangrae Cho, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI)
Doron Cohen, SafeNet, Inc.
Fadi Cotran, Futurex
Tony Cox, Cryptsoft
Christopher Duane, EMC
Chris Dunn, SafeNet, Inc.
Valerie Fenwick, Oracle
Terry Fletcher, SafeNet, Inc.
Susan Gleeson, Oracle
Sven Gossel, Charismathics
John Green, QuintessenceLabs
Robert Griffin, EMC
Paul Grojean, Individual
Peter Gutmann, Individual
Dennis E. Hamilton, Individual
Thomas Hardjono, M.I.T.
Tim Hudson, Cryptsoft
Gershon Janssen, Individual
Seunghun Jin, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI)
Wang Jingman, Feitan Technologies
Andrey Jivsov, Symantec Corp.
Mark Joseph, P6R
Stefan Kaesar, Infineon Technologies
Greg Kazmierczak, Wave Systems Corp.
Mark Knight, Thales e-Security
Darren Krahn, Google Inc.
Alex Krasnov, Infineon Technologies AG
Dina Kurktchi-Nimeh, Oracle
Mark Lambiase, SecureAuth Corporation
Lawrence Lee, GoTrust Technology Inc.
John Leiseboer, QuintessenceLabs
Sean Leon, Infineon Technologies
Geoffrey Li, Infineon Technologies
Howie Liu, Infineon Technologies
Hal Lockhart, Oracle
Robert Lockhart, Thales e-Security
Dale Moberg, Axway Software
Darren Moffat, Oracle
Valery Osheter, SafeNet, Inc.
Sean Parkinson, EMC
Rob Philpott, EMC
Mark Powers, Oracle
Ajai Puri, SafeNet, Inc.
Robert Relyea, Red Hat
Saikat Saha, Oracle
Subhash Sankuratripati, NetApp
Anthony Scarpino, Oracle
Johann Schoetz, Infineon Technologies AG
Rayees Shamsuddin, Wave Systems Corp.
Radhika Siravara, Oracle
Brian Smith, Mozilla Corporation
David Smith, Venafi, Inc.
Ryan Smith, Futurex
Jerry Smith, US Department of Defense (DoD)
Oscar So, Oracle
Graham Steel, Cryptosense
Michael Stevens, QuintessenceLabs
Michael StJohns, Individual
Jim Susoy, P6R
Sander Temme, Thales e-Security
Kiran Thota, VMware, Inc.
Walter-John Turnes, Gemini Security Solutions, Inc.
Stef Walter, Red Hat
James Wang, Vormetric
Jeff Webb, Dell
Peng Yu, Feitian Technologies
Magda Zdunkiewicz, Cryptsoft
Chris Zimman, Individual
9 Dec 2015
Robert Griffin / Tim Hudson
First draft, incorporating v2.40 errata from the PKCS 11 TC wiki into template document