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01/05/2011

IAIK ECCelerate 1.0 RC is out!

We proudly present the release candidate of our new IAIK ECCelerate library! IAIK ECCelerate is our new elliptic curve crypto-library, which was built completely from scratch. It is based on the latest standards and replaces our old IAIK-ECC library. IAIK ECCelerate is based on Java 5/6 technology and has been thoroughly optimized for speed. Currently, it supports ECDSA as well as ECDH.

 

17/04/2011

IAIK ECCelerate 1.0 Beta is out!

We proudly present the first beta release of our new IAIK ECCelerate library! IAIK ECCelerate is our new elliptic curve crypto-library, which was built completely from scratch. It is based on the latest standards and replaces our old IAIK-ECC library. IAIK ECCelerate is based on Java 5/6 technology and has been thoroughly optimized for speed. Currently, it supports ECDSA as well as ECDH.

 

22/12/2010

IAIK-HLAPI 1.1 released!

The new version of the IAIK High-Level API updates the automatic algorithm selection to be compliant with current standards.

 

02/11/2010

IAIK-JCE 4.0 is out!

We have released a new version of our IAIK-JCE library! Version 4.0 brings along several new pseudorandom number generators (according to NIST SP800-90), new RSA key pair generators (according to IEEE P1363 and FIPS 186-3) as well as major speed improvements. Moreover, it features improved security, contains two new message digests and now supports the JCA SecureRandom SPI framework.

 

09/05/2010

New versions of IAIK-XSECT and IAIK-TSP!

IAIK-XSECT 2.17 now supports the Camellia cipher algorithm.

IAIK-TSP 2.1 implements RFC 5816 allowing to use other algorithms than SHA-1 to identify the TSA certificate.

 

22/02/2010

Security Advisory: Secure Renegotiation with iSaSiLk

iSaSiLk v4.4 now supports the new RenegotiationInfo extension (RFC 5746) that has been specified by the IETF TLS working group to fix a severe security flaw in the SSL/TLS renegotiation protocol.

 


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