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As of right now, SignServer supports ML_DSA (Dilithium) and SLH-DSA (SPHINCS+) algorithms for CMS and raw signing.
Migrating to new quantum-ready cryptography algorithms requires careful evaluation of existing solutions and properly optimizing the environment. As a developer, you must take into consideration:
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The reality is that there are still many unanswered questions, and it will take some time before all the pieces fall into place. SignServer and EJBCA offer a seamless solution for quantum-safe signing and signing certificates alongside the existing PKI and signing environment. This ensures a smooth experience with minimal disruption to your current infrastructure. You can begin experimenting with the technology and gradually understand its relevance to your specific environment over time.
Currently, ML-DSA (Dilithium) and SHL-DSA (SPHINCS+) are supported in SignServer for CMS and raw signing.
EJBCA supports ML-DSA (Dilithium) and NL-DSA (Falcon) algorithms for Root CAs, Issuing CAs, and End entities.
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Please note, that the final standard for the selected quantum-safe algorithms is planned to be released by NIST in early 2024. Until then, we recommend not to use the algorithms in production environments.
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