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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.

iSaSiLk 5.105 released!

03/02/2017

iSaSiLk 5.105 Maintenance release fixes some ECC related issues.

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Technical Articles

Developers of IAIK and Stiftung SIC publish technical articles here. Usually, such articles show how to use the Crypto Toolkits for a certain purpose. The intended audience are developers who already use or plan using these toolkits.

 

Creating XML Signatures with Smart Cards

This article shows how to combine XML-Signature creation with XSECT and smart-card access with the PKCS#11 Provider. The example includes the signing certificate in the detached XML signature.

March 2007

LDAP for the Java Net URL Framework II

Part II: How to fetch CRLs from distribution points

This article shows how to use IAIK-JCE to download certificate revocation lists from their distribution points without detailed knowledge about distribution point structuring and LDAP URL handling.

August 2006

LDAP for the Java Net URL Framework I

Part I: The IAIK-JCE LdapURLConnection

This article shows how the IAIK-JCE LdapURLConnection implementation can be used to download certificates and crls from LDAP directories without knowledge about LDAP protocol or JNDI details.

August 2006

Signing JAR Files with IAIK-CMS

In this article, we show how to sign JAR files programatically using IAIK-CMS.

July 2011

Parsing Large CRLs in Java

This article shows how to use the iaik.x509.stream package of IAIK-JCE to parse large X.509 CRLs efficiently.

June 2006


 
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