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New releases of PKCS#11 toolkits!


The new versions of our PKCS#11 toolkits now support the GCM and CCM cipher modes of operation!

iSaSiLk 5.107 released!


iSaSiLk 5.107 has improved its countermeasure against variants of the PKCS#1 Bleichenbacher attack and adds support for the Application Layer Protocol Negotiation (ALPN) extension!


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 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.

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 IAIK-iSaSiLk is a Java™ programming language implementation of the SSLv2 (client-side), SSLv3, TLS 1.0 ,TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.2 protocols. It supports all defined cipher suites (except for Fortezza), including all AES, GCM and PSK cipher suites. iSaSiLk implements the standard TLS extensions, comes with an easy to use API and operates on top of the IAIK-JCE Java™ Cryptography Extension. iSaSiLk is highly configurable and will work with any alternative JCE implementation supported by a proper provider for supplying the required cryptographic algorithms.

Please download the new iSaSiLk version and carefully read the included information about secure renegotiation support.

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Prices and Conditions

 For current prices of iSaSiLk, please see our price list and license conditions.
 iSaSiLk is free for educational and research prurposes, please see our educational/research license conditions.

 You can order the product directly from webshop.

Please download the new iSaSiLk version and carefully read the included information about secure renegotiation support.

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