wolfSSL 2.0.0 Release Candidate 1 is Now Out

wolfSSL 2.0.0 Release Candidate 1 is now available for download on our website.  The release is chunk full of new features including:

– SHA-256 cipher suites
– Root Certificate Verification (instead of needing all certs in the chain)
– PKCS #8 private key encryption (supports PKCS #5 v1-v2 and PKCS #12)
– Serial number retrieval for x509
– UID parsing for x509
– SHA-256 certificate signatures
– Client and server can send chains (SSL_CTX_use_certificate_chain_file)
– CA loading can now parse multiple certificates per file
– Dynamic memory runtime hooks
– Runtime hooks for logging
– EDH on server side
– More informative error codes
– More informative logging messages
– Version downgrade more robust (use SSL_v23*)
– Shared build only by default through ./configure
– Compiler visibility is now used, internal functions not polluting namespace
– Single Makefile, no recursion, for faster and simpler building
– Turn on all warnings possible build option, warning fixes

Stay tuned for a few posts this week giving more details about all the new features.

Because of all the new features and the multiple OS, compiler, feature-set options that wolfSSL allows, there may be some configuration fixes needed. Please send any comments or questions to support@yassl.com.

yaSSL Live from ESC

The yaSSL team is live from ESC Silicon Valley – located at booth 2322. This morning and afternoon has been bustling with activity after attendees lined up for the free tote bag giveaway. If you’re at ESC 2011, stop by our booth to visit. We’ll be talking about how you can add SSL/TLS to your embedded application or device through our wolfSSL library as well as our yaSSL Embedded Web Server.

We hope to see you here!

Team yaSSL

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