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Christmas Release

23/12/2014

One day before Christmas we have released a new version of our core crypto toolkit IAIK-JCE!

Please also have a look at the toolkits we have released during the last months. Especially we want to point your attention to the new versions of our SSL/TLS library iSaSiLk which supports TLS 1.2 now, and our Elliptic Curve provider Eccelerate TM !

iSaSiLk 5.0 with TLS 1.2 support released!

03/11/2014

The new version 5.0 of our SSL/TLS library supports TLS 1.2 and implements the TLS_FALLBACK_SCSV
cipher suite value as countermeasure against protocol downgrade attacks on the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol trying to enforce a fall back to SSL 3.0, which is vulnerable to a padding-oracle attack if CBC is used ("POODLE" -- Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption attack).

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Secure Information and Communication Technologies

The “Institute for Applied Information Processing and Communication” (IAIK) of the Graz University of Technology has established the “Stiftung Secure Information and Communication Technologies” (SIC) to encourage independent scientific research, development as well as teaching and knowledge transfer in the fields of applied information processing, communication and information security. Stiftung SIC is also responsible for continued development, support and sales of the Crypto Toolkits for the Java™ platform  that were originally developed by IAIK.

JCA/JCE

The IAIK Provider for the Java™ Cryptography Extension (IAIK-JCE) is a set of APIs and implementations of cryptographic functionality, including hash functions, message authentication codes, symmetric, asymmetric, stream, and block encryption, key and certificate management. It supplements the security functionality of the default JDK.

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