Distingushed Encoding Rules are a superset of the ASN.1 Basic Encoding Rules (BER), designed to be canonical (An encoding where there is only a single way to encode a value) and for when you have all of the data needed to encode. DER is used in frequently in cryptography (X.509 certificates, PKCS#12).
When serialising or deserialising ASN.1 goes wrong.
Provides a data representation of the ASN.1 BER Identifier octets.
Deserialize an instance of
Serialize an instance of