Microsoft and Canonical`s new tools Windows Subsystem for Linux and Bash on Ubuntu on Windows brings a familiar bash environment based on the Ubuntu user-space to Windows 10. This allows developers to use tools available on Linux and other Unix-like systems from within Windows.
Before developers can utilize Windows Subsystem for Linux, the feature has to be installed.
1. Open Settings
2. Click Update & Security
3. Click For Developers
4. Click Developer Mode
5. Now open Control Panel
6. Click Programs and Features
7. Click Turn Windows features on or off.
8. Find and check Windows Subsystem for Linux (Beta)
9. Click OK and follow prompts to finish installation.
Now that WSL is installed it is time to install the Ubuntu image. This is accomplished by launching the Windows Command Prompt and typing “bash.exe”. Follow the prompts to finish the installation.
You now have a fully installed Linux image on Windows! You can launch bash by either running a Windows command prompt and entering the command “bash” or you can find the shortcut “Bash on Ubuntu on Windows” in your start menu.
To setup your environment to build wolfSSL you`ll need the following:
These can be installed with “$ sudo apt-get install make autoconf gcc” in bash. Finally, the steps to build and install wolfSSL for Linux are:
1. $ ./autogen.sh
2. $ ./configure
3. $ make
4. $ make install
This was tested and verified with GCC version 4.8.4 and Linux kernel 3.4.0. make in our test environment was able to build wolfSSL in 28.415s.
wolfSSL Embedded SSL/TLS Library
wolfSSL is interested in hiring an experienced web developer to redesign and maintain the wolfSSL website. This will be a full time position as an employee of wolfSSL. Responsibilities will include website redesign, development, and maintenance as well as writing and improving product documentation. The website will have both static and dynamic content, including a blog and product download pages.
The ideal candidate will have experience with modern web tools and frameworks, experience with web server setup and maintenance, good technical writing skills, and have a passion for cryptography and security fields.
+ Redesign of the wolfSSL website, based on a modern web framework
+ Integration of a dynamic blogging platform
+ Creation and maintenance of software documentation
+ Maintenance, expansion, and optimization of the wolfSSL website and forums
+ Knowledge of HTML, CSS, PHP, and modern web languages
+ Familiarity and experience with web and blog frameworks
+ Knowledge of web design best practices
+ Knowledge of back end database systems, such as MySQL
+ Knowledge of SEO and search engine compatibility
+ Team player, able to work well either individually or in a group
+ Interest in cryptography and security software
+ Proficient technical writing skills
How to Apply:
If interested in applying, please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. wolfSSL product and company details can be found online at www.wolfssl.com.
wolfSSL is a growing company looking to add a top notch embedded systems software engineer to our organization. We develop, market and sell the leading Open Source embedded SSL/TLS protocol implementation, wolfSSL. Our users are primarily building devices or applications that need security. Other products include wolfCrypt embedded cryptography engine, wolfMQTT client library, and wolfSSH.
Operating environments of particular interest to us include Embedded Linux and RTOS varieties (VxWorks, QNX, ThreadX, uC/OS, MQX, FreeRTOS, etc). Experience with mobile environments like Android and iOS is a plus.
Currently, we are seeking to add a senior level C engineer interested in a fun company with tremendous upside. Backgrounds that are useful to our team include networking, security, and hardware optimizations. Assembly experience is a plus. Experience with encryption software is a plus. RTOS experience is a plus.
Location is flexible. For the right candidate, we’re open to this individual working from virtually any location.
How To Apply
To apply or discuss, please send your resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
The wolfSSL embedded SSL/TLS library and wolfCrypt embedded crypto engine have been integrated into the Atmel ATECC508A crypto element, adding support for ECC hardware acceleration and protected private key storage on the ATECC508A.
Using wolfSSL, ATECC508A users can benefit from both increased ECC performance and secure key storage, thus hardening their TLS connections. The wolfCrypt ATECC508A port adds:
+ wolfCrypt support for ECC hardware acceleration using the ATECC508A. The new defines for this port are WOLFSSL_ATMEL and WOLFSSL_ATECC508A
+ New PK callback for Pre Master Secret
For more info please visit: https://www.wolfssl.com/docs/atmel/
wolfSSL is dual licensed under both the GPLv2 as well as a standard commercial license. For licensing information, please see the wolfSSL License Page, or contact us firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (425) 245-8247
Microchip recently released an end-to-end security solution for IoT devices that connects to the Amazon Web Services (AWS). The kit, AT88CKECC, allows users to easily and securely connect to AWS out of the box. It includes the ECC508 device which provides secure key generation and storage.
Full details and product links can be found in the Microchip press release, or on the Microchip website.
wolfSSL has partnered with Microchip / Atmel to add support for the ATECC508A module in wolfSSL’s embedded SSL/TLS library. Please visit our ATECC508A webpage for complete details and a link to our downloadable package.
wolfSSL is happy to help answer any questions you may have about using wolfSSL with Microchip or Atmel platforms. Please reach out to us at email@example.com to get in touch.