wolfSSL has released a new version! 5.3.0.
This contains some exciting new additions and fixes. A full list can be found in the ChangeLog.md (https://www.wolfssl.com/docs/wolfssl-changelog/) but some of the highlights are:
- SP performance enhancements and fixes
- wolfSSL’s Single Precision (SP) Math Library bring the best implementations to insure the best performance of Public Key Algorithms
- Compatibility layer enhancements and function additions
- The wolfSSL OpenSSL compatibility layer is a means to switch applications designed for OpenSSL over to use wolfSSL.
- Embedded post quantum port on an STM32 device and benchmarks
- CAAM support for i.MX8 on Linux
- CAAM (Cryptographic Accelerator and Assurance Module) is hardware that can be found on many i.MX NXP devices. When used it speeds up the cryptographic algorithms such as ECC and AES.
- Updates to Renesas TSIP support, Stunnel, Bind and other ports…
- Additions and improvements to testing including use of Wycheproof
- Project Wycheproof is a test suite developed and maintained by the Google Security Team. Their unit tests use Java security packages (java.security and javax.crypto) to allow for multiple JCA/JCE provider implementations to be tested, including wolfJCE.
A full list of what was changed can be found in the wolfSSL ChangeLog (https://www.wolfssl.com/docs/wolfssl-changelog/).
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