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IAIK-JCE 5.52 and iSaSiLk 5.2 released!

27/08/2018

The new versions of IAIK-JCE and iSaSiLk follow up the recently released new version of IAIK-ECCelerateTM (5.0). IAIK-JCE 5.52 brings some fixes and additions, and iSaSiLk 5.2 adds support for x25519 and x448 ECDHE key exchange and EdDSA signing using Curve25519 and Curve448. Furthermore iSaSiLk now supports RSA-PSS signatures.

ECCelerate 5.0 released!

12/07/2018

We proudly present a new maintenance release of our IAIK ECCelerate™ elliptic curve library! Version 5.0 adds support EdDSA using Curve25519 and Curve448, ECDH using X25519 and X448, and RFC6979. IAIK ECCelerate™ is based on Java 6 technology and has been thoroughly optimized for speed. Currently, it supports ECDSA, EdDSA, ECDH, X25519/448, ECIES and optionally ECMQV.

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isasilk-browser/server-tests

You want to know what SSL/TLS-capabilites you browser has? Want to find out about the SSL/TLS-features of some Web-Server? We provide two demos, that do that job for you!

The demos are included in our IAIK iSaSiLk Toolkit, one for testing the SSL/TLS capcabilities of your browser, the other for testing the capabilities of your server. Both demos can be run as servlets or as stand alone applications.

After downloading and unpacking the iSaSiLk distribution file you simply have to browse to the demo/cmd or demo/sh sub-directory and follow the steps described below.

Browser Test:

  • Go to the sslclientinfo sub-directory and start the runSSLClientInfo.bat/sh file. When the demo is running it informs you that is ready for inputs on port 4433: 

        Waiting for HTTPS requests on port 4433...

If everything works well the SSL/TLS browser capabilities will be dumped in your browser window.

Server Test:

  • Go to the sslserverinfo sub-directory  and start the runSSLServerInfo.bat/sh file. When the demo is running it informs you that is ready for inputs on port 80: 

         Waiting for HTTP requests on port 80...

A form field will be shown in your browser window where you can enter the https address of the server for which you want to know its SSL/TLS capabilities.

 

 
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