wolfSSL Support Added for Python

We’re happy to announce that we’ve added wolfSSL support to Python version 3.8.5 using our OpenSSL compatibility layer! The wolfSSL port allows you to use Python with our FIPS 140-2/3 certified wolfCrypt library. To build Python with wolfSSL, follow the instructions in our open source projects repository here.

To view wolfSSL’s collection of open source project ports, visit our osp repository on GitHub!

For more information, please reach out to facts@wolfssl.com!

wolfSSL Support Added for sblim-sfcb

We’re happy to announce that we’ve added wolfSSL support to sblim-sfcb version 1.4.9 using our OpenSSL compatibility layer! sblim-sfcb is a lightweight CIM server/daemon. The wolfSSL port allows you to use sblim-sfcb with our FIPS 140-2/3 certified wolfCrypt library. To build sblim-sfcb with wolfSSL, follow the instructions in our open source projects repository here.

To view wolfSSL’s collection of open source project ports, visit our osp repository on GitHub!

For more information, please reach out to facts@wolfssl.com!

wolfSSL Support for ESP-IDF and ESP32-WROOM-32

Are you a user of the ESP-IDF(Espressif IoT Development Framework)? If so, you will be happy to know that wolfSSL has support and example projects in the wolfSSL embedded SSL/TLS library for ESP-IDF.

ESP-IDF is intended for rapidly developing Internet-of-Things (IoT) applications, with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, power management and several other system features.

The ESP-IDF “Get Started” document can be found here:

https://docs.espressif.com/projects/esp-idf/en/latest/get-started/index.html

In order to use wolfSSL under ESP-IDF, you need to deploy wolfSSL source files into the IDE. Please see the README.md placed in the “IDE/Espressif/ESP-IDF/” directory of wolfSSL source tree. In addition to that, example projects including TLS server/client, wolfCrypt test and benchmark are also provided. For building these examples, please see each README.md in example projects directories. When working with ESP-IDF, wolfSSL worked with the ESP32-WROOM-32 device.

wolfSSL also has a page that elaborates upon the use of Espressif with wolfSSL and the Espressif hardware devices, located here: https://www.wolfssl.com/docs/espressif/

Our wolfSSL master branch can be cloned here:
https://github.com/wolfSSL/wolfssl

The README.md can be found here:
https://github.com/wolfSSL/wolfssl/blob/master/IDE/Espressif/ESP-IDF/README.md

Additional examples for wolfSSL TLS Client/Server and wolfCrypt test/benchmark applications can be found here:
https://github.com/wolfSSL/wolfssl/tree/master/IDE/Espressif/ESP-IDF/examples

This support is currently located in our GitHub master branch, and will roll into the next stable release of wolfSSL as well. For any questions or help getting wolfSSL up and running on your ESP-IDF environment, please contact us at support@wolfssl.com.

wolfSSL Support Added for OpenResty

We’re happy to announce that we’ve added wolfSSL support to OpenResty versions 1.19.3.1 and 1.13.6.2 using our OpenSSL compatibility layer! OpenResty is a web platform based on nginx and LuaJIT. The wolfSSL port leverages our existing nginx port. Using wolfSSL with OpenResty allows you to use OpenResty with our FIPS 140-2/3 certified wolfCrypt library. To build OpenResty with wolfSSL, follow the instructions in our open source projects repository here.

To view wolfSSL’s collection of open source project ports, visit our osp repository on GitHub!

For more information, please reach out to facts@wolfssl.com!

wolfSSL Support Added for Net-SNMP

We’re happy to announce that we’ve added wolfSSL support to Net-SNMP version 5.9 using our OpenSSL compatibility layer! Net-SNMP is a suite of open source software for the simple network management protocol (SNMP). The wolfSSL port allows you to use Net-SNMP with our FIPS 140-2/3 certified wolfCrypt library. To build Net-SNMP with wolfSSL, follow the instructions in our open source projects repository here.

To view wolfSSL’s collection of open source project ports, visit our osp repository on GitHub!

For more information, please reach out to facts@wolfssl.com!

wolfSSL Support Added for BIND 9

We’re happy to announce that we’ve added wolfSSL support to BIND 9 versions 9.17.9 and 9.11.22 using our OpenSSL compatibility layer! BIND is open source software for DNS. The wolfSSL port allows you to use BIND with our FIPS 140-2/3 certified wolfCrypt library. To build BIND with wolfSSL, follow the instructions in our open source projects repository here.

To view wolfSSL’s collection of open source project ports, visit our osp repository on GitHub!

For more information, please reach out to facts@wolfssl.com!

wolfSSL Support Added for libimobiledevice

We’re happy to announce that we’ve added wolfSSL support to libimobiledevice using our OpenSSL compatibility layer! libimobiledevice is “a cross-platform FOSS library written in C to communicate with iOS devices natively.” The wolfSSL port allows you to use libimobiledevice with our FIPS-certified wolfCrypt library. To build libimobiledevice with wolfSSL, follow the instructions in our open source projects repository here. For more information, please reach out to facts@wolfssl.com!

SecureMark TLS and wolfSSL

Ever wonder exactly how much power your crypto is consuming? How long the battery of your device will last after adding in security? wolfSSL has worked with EEMBC to plug wolfSSL into SecureMark TLS for benchmarking a hardware’s performance and power consumption (https://github.com/eembc/securemark-tls). One of the algorithms benchmarked with SecureMark is ECDSA which makes up the bulk of the power and time taken for TLS 1.3 and TLS 1.2 handshakes using ECDSA cipher suites. 

If you have interest in seeing how much power wolfSSL consumes on your device contact us at facts@wolfssl.com.

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