03-18-2010 06:35 PM - edited 03-18-2010 06:36 PM
I'm 70% certain you don't any extra signatures for these simple crypto primitives. However, if it turns out you need RCC (RIM Crypto API - Certicom) signatures for these primitives, you can requst RIM to grant you the RCC signing permission for no extra cost. RIM announced this at the BlackBerry DevCon 2009. Not sure what the procedure is for requesting the RCC .csi file given these new rules. Try contacting Mike Kirkup, if you are an Alliance Partner...
03-18-2010 07:36 PM
I sent an email to RIM and got the response "I used your email to find your account and sent you the keys." Happened within ~3 hours from me sending the email to receiving them.
03-18-2010 08:20 PM - edited 03-18-2010 08:21 PM
rcmaniac25, would you please post here which RIM e-mail address you used to request the RCC .csi file so that other developers can use this as a reference in the future? Three hour round-trip sounds like a success story for RCC.
03-18-2010 09:35 PM
I have a feeling I just was lucky with timing so I wouldn't hold the timing as always happening. Either way it works and all is well.
03-19-2010 12:27 PM
Good to know since they are common algorithms.