XVL Signer

XVL Signer is a security tool for XVL data that limits unwanted access to your 3D data, using National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) acclaimed Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encryption.

The XVL Signer administrator defines three levels of usability for the user group: to view, measure, or edit XVL data while other users are prohibited from seeing or modifying the data.

Key Benefits

  • Security - the user defines copyright information, creation and expiration dates, and passwords for each XVL file.
  • Password protection - 3 levels of password protection can be applied to enable or disable view, measure, and edit access to an XVL file.
  • Advanced Encryption Standard - XVL Signer protection is based on the security algorithm offered through Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) which is approved by the National Institute for Standards and Technology.

 

Features

Benefits

Application-based Signature Setup
Lattice Technology gives one set of signatures and passwords per single site so that all the users within that site must input the data into their applications when they open XVL files with Signer protection.
Controlled and secured access.
Access Control

Users can add access control to the XVL file. While defining a specific user group which can either edit or view the XVL data, general users may be permitted to see or edit the data - or denied access.
Controlled and secured access.
File Password Setup
Customize password for an XVL file.
File by file individual protection.
Copyright Display
Embed the copyright information inside XVL data. Choose fonts and colors for the copyright strings to display in XVL Viewer.
 
Creation Date

Embed the created date of XVL data.
 
Expiration Date
Add an expiration date for your XVL data. For example, if December 31, 2009 is set as the expiration date, no one can use the data beginning January 1, 2010.
 
Command Line Operation
The signxvl.exe command offered inside the XVL Signer package allows security control to be added over the XVL files on a command line.
 
Security with Advanced Encryption Standard
XVL Signer protection is based on the security algorithm offered through Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) which is approved by the National Institute for Standards and Technology.
Enables users to secure access and protect proprietary data.

XVL® (eXtensible Virtual world description Language), an XML-based, neutral format used for compression, conversion, and integration of 3D data.

System Requirements