iSaSiLk 5.105 Maintenance release fixes some ECC related issues.
New versions of our CMS based toolkits IAIK-CMS, IAIK-TSP and [CP]AdES are now available for download! [CP]AdES now supports CAdES/PAdES LTA level signatures, Content Time Stamp and Archive Time Stamp (v3) Validation according to the most recent ETSI EN 319 122-1 and TS 101 733 standards.
Occasionaly we develop some tools for our own use that might also be of any interest to you. At present, there is just one but this might change in the future!
Für die Schaffung von sicheren Online-Verfahren, die konventionelle Verwaltungsverfahren auf elektronischem Wege nachbilden, werden eine Reihe von Basisdiensten im Bereich der elektronischen Signatur benötigt. Um der Verwaltung eine möglichst sichere und rasche Umsetzung dieser Online-Verfahren zu ermöglichen, wurden MOA Servermodule im Auftrag von BKA und BMF spezifiziert und entwickelt. Diese Servermodule lehnen sich an das Konzept der Bürgerkarte an und bilden das Gegenstück (auf der Seite der Verwaltung) zur so gennannten Bürgerkartenumgebung (BKU) des Bürgers.
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.
IAIK proudly presents the IAIK ECCelerate™ library for the Java™ platform. It is based on Java 6 technology and offers easy to use elliptic curve cryptography protocols, like ECDSA, ECDH, ECIES and ECMQV (optional), compliant with current standards. As of version 3.0, it also provides support for Type-2 and Type-3 bilinear pairings on Barreto-Naehrig curves. ECCelerate™ is an add-on to the IAIK JCE provider (of version 4.0 or higher), which you have to download and install separately.
The JCE CC Core is a Common Criteria evaluated version of most of the cryptographic functionality of the IAIK-JCE toolkit.
This product allows easy integration of smart cards, USB tokens and HSMs into Java™ applications. It provides a simple java.security.KeyStore view of these tokens and makes cryptographic operations of these devices accessible via the JCA/JCE framework. For the application, it is just like working with pure software crypto and file key stores. The library accesses the hardware tokens via the PKCS#11 API, also known as Cryptoki. Hence, it can work with any product which supports PKCS#11.
This is a library for the Java™ platform which makes PKCS#11 (also known as Cryptoki) modules accessible from within Java™. A PKCS#11 module is a software library with a defined API which allows access to cryptographic hardware. It usually comes with hardware security modules (HSM), smart cards and crypto tokens (e.g. USB tokens). Thus, the PKCS#11 Wrapper provides Java™ software access to almost any crypto hardware. For example, a Java™ application can use it to integrate a HSM or a smart card to create digital signatures, to decrypt data or to unwrap keys. We provide this library with an apache-style license.
IAIK-CMS with S/MIMEv3 is a library for the Java™ platform that implements the IETF approved CMS (Cryptographic Message Synatx, RFC 5652), S/MIME (Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions Version 3, RFC 5751) and ESS (Enhanced Security Services for S/MIME, RFC 2634, RFC 5035) protocols.
This is a software library written solely in the Java™ Programming Language. Developers can use and integrate it as a JAR file. It offers a simple API for key management, digital signatures and encryption, supporting CMS, S/MIME and XML. Beside ease of use, this product offers high data throughput. It is especially suitable for server applications, but it is not restricted to this kind of applications.
The Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol has been developed by Netscape Communications Corporation for providing a secure data transfer over the Internet in supporting peer authentication, data encryption and data integrity. The version 3 of the Secure Sockets Layer protocol and its IETF standardized successor TLS (Transport Layer Security) are the most important protocols for encrypted data transfer over the WWW, supported by all well-known browsers, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Netscape, Google Chrome and Opera.