During the ARM Technology Conference last week, ARM and Avnet Electronics Marketing announced the launch of their online Embedded Software Store. The goal of this store is to provide developers and companies a single place to easily explore, find, and purchase software components, thus helping bring new products to market faster than ever.
The store is now online and can be viewed at www.embeddedsoftwarestore.com. Users can choose from a large collection of reputable software vendors, including yaSSL! The site offers a streamlined checkout process, including a quick download delivery system and preview of all license agreements in advance of the purchase.
Press Release: http://www.arm.com/about/newsroom/avnet-electronics-marketing-and-arm-launch-embedded-software-store.php
We`ve noticed a trend lately of the latest operating systems and browsers removing support for MD5 signed SSL certificates. iOS 5, IE 9, and others have moved away from MD5. wolfSSL now signs certificates with SHA-1 by default and has support for SHA-256 signed certificates as well. If anyone would like support for SHA-512 please let us know, though it doesn`t appear to be widely adopted at the moment. The default test certificates for embedded wolfSSL are now all SHA-1 with RSA 2048 bit. It`s the same combination you`ll notice from most banks, paypal, and google. If you have any questions or feedback please let us know.
See here: https://www.embedded.com/design/prototyping-and-development/4008302/Six-Rules-for-Writing-Clean-Code for Matt`s take on how to write clean code that is easily useable and readable by others.
Here`s an excellent article in EE Times on writing energy efficient ARM code https://www.eetimes.com/document.asp?doc_id=1279523 .
Our wolfSSL embedded SSL product is designed with many of these principles in mind, but of course the design goal of energy efficiency takes a back seat to overall security. In some cases, the goals of energy efficiency and overall security mesh well.
By the way, come see us at ARM TechCon. If you need a pass, let us know at email@example.com and we`ll send you one.
As heavy users of the C language and Unix operating environments, we`ll simply note our gratitude for Ritchie`s work. There`s any number of articles on the topic of his passing.
One of the best ones is here:
Wikipedia (Dennis Ritchie): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dennis_Ritchie
The latest release of wolfSSL is now ready for download: http://yassl.com/yaSSL/Download.html .
New features in the embedded SSL release include better autoconf support, allowing easier integration with other projects whether those projects use autoconf or not. More complete make install and uninstall, using the default system directories. make test / make check are now implemented. The wolfSSL headers are now in while the CTaoCrypt headers can be found in . Our main OpenSSL compatibility header is now and the rest are located in .
Special thanks to Brian Aker for his suggestions and patches that contributed to the overhaul. For more information check out the updated wolfSSL Manual.