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When encrypting a SOAP, does the AES key embedded in SOAP header?  RSS feed

 
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I'm using Axis2 and Rampart to encrypt SOAP messages. I'm trying to understand the structure of encrypted SOAP message.

My current understanding is, the soap body is encrypted using AES-128, and the AES key is encrypted and embedded in the soap header, in <xenc:EncryptedKey> tag. Is that right? could someone confirm? (or point out my mistakes)

Here's a encrypted SOAP request

 
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