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ECCelerate 4.01 released!

23/03/2017

We proudly present a new maintenance release of our IAIK ECCelerateâ„¢ elliptic curve library! Version 4.01 adds support for curves from the FIDO ECDAA standard and fixes minor bugs. IAIK ECCelerateâ„¢ is based on Java 6 technology and has been thoroughly optimized for speed. Currently, it supports ECDSA, ECDH, ECIES and optionally ECMQV.

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What are the main differences between developer versus runtime licenses?

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What are the main differences between developer versus runtime licenses?

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 Developer licenses: 
 These licenses allow you to develop applications based on our toolkits. You can choose between a limited number and unlimited developer licenses (depending on the number of developers within your company working with our toolkits). In case you purchase developer licenses at Stiftung SIC, you will be able to download new product versions for one year. For further details about developer licenses, please have a look at our licence conditions.
 

 Runtime licenses: 
 These licenses are non-exclusive, non-sublicensable licences to run the respective number of IAIK-Crypto software-based applications that have been developed by the licensee under a developer licence. They are transferable to customers or other third parties, which means that if the customer or other third party acquires a certain number of licences for IAIK-Crypto Software-based applications from the licensee, the respective number of runtime licenses is transferred to the customer. If the licensee grants his customers an unlimited number of runtime licenses, the licensee also needs an unlimited runtime license from Stiftung SIC.
 


 
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