This example illustrates possibility of message obfuscation by using polygonal and line-based geometry instead of native Text-node strings.
This chapter illustrates document-centric security techniques for X3D models.
|The X3D Security Examples (in the X3D Basic Examples Archive) show how to use the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Security Recommendations for XML Signature and XML Encryption with X3D.|
|Additional examples will be shown here to illustrate various security principles such as obfuscation of 3D geometric models, applying passwords, hidden messages, fine-grained control of model access using LOD and Switch, use of Efficient XML Interchange (EXI) compression, using encryption and authentication in combination with compression, and other techniques.|
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