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Existing algorithms for signing graph data typically do not cover the whole signing process. In addition, they lack distinctive features such as signing graph data at different levels of granularity, iterative signing of graph data, and signing multiple graphs. In this paper, we introduce a novel framework for signing arbitrary graph data provided, e g., as RDF(S), Named Graphs, or OWL. We conduct an extensive theoretical and empirical analysis of the runtime and space complexity of different framework configurations. The experiments are performed on synthetic and realworld graph data of different size and different number of blank nodes. We investigate security issues, present a trust model, and discuss practical considerations for using our signing framework.
We released a Javabased open source implementation of our software framework for iterative signing of arbitrary graph data provided, e. g., as RDF(S), Named Graphs, or OWL. The software framework is based on a formalization of different graph signing functions and supports different configurations. It is available in source code as well as precompiled as .jarfile.
The graph signing framework exhibits the following unique features:
 Signing graphs on different levels of granularity
 Signing multiple graphs at once
 Iterative signing of graph data for provenance tracking
 Independence of the used language for encoding the graph (i. e., the signature does not break when changing the graph representation)
The documentation of the software framework and its source code is available from: http://icp.itrisk.iwvi.unikoblenz.de/wiki/Software_Framework_for_Signing_Graph_Data
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