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Importing ECDSA public key from javascript/subtlecrypto

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For a project I'm working on I need to import an ECDSA public key into the openssl extension to verify data/signatures send by the client. The key has been verified, so that's no problem.

The problem is the fact that subtlecrypto exports the key as raw, spki, or jwk, while non of these can be imported into the openssl extension.

Can anyone inform me on a way to make the key compatible with the openssl interface, be it on the javascript side or the php side.

posted Jun 9, 2017 by anonymous

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