RsaPssParams dictionary of the Web Crypto API represents the object that should be passed as the
algorithm parameter into
SubtleCrypto.verify(), when using the RSA-PSS algorithm.
A string. This should be set to
longinteger representing the length of the random salt to use, in bytes.
RFC 3447 says that "Typical salt lengths" are either 0 or the length of the output of the digest algorithm that was selected when this key was generated. For example, if you use SHA-256 as the digest algorithm, this could be 32.
The maximum size of
saltLengthis given by:
Math.ceil((keySizeInBits - 1) / 8) - digestSizeInBytes - 2;
So for a key length of 2048 bits and a digest output size of 32 bytes, the maximum size would be 222.
See the examples for
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Browsers that support the "RSA-PSS" algorithm for the
SubtleCrypto.verify() methods will support this type.