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This release includes many performance improvements with Intel ASM (AVX/AVX2) and AES-NI, new single precision math option to speedup RSA, DH and ECC, expanded support for STM32, PIC32MZ and ATECC508A, AES now supports XTS mode for disk encryption, certificate improvements for setting serial number, key usage and extended key usage, refactor of SSL_ and hash types to allow openssl coexistence, improvements for TLS 1.3, fixes for OCSP stapling, fixes for openssl and MySQL compatibility, updated Micrium port, and fixes for asynchronous modes. Includes TLS 1.3.
Release Date: 10/23/2017
Release 0.14.0 includes bug fixes, non-blocking I/O enhancements, support for DH, support for keep-alive ping in non-blocking mode, example TLS callback and Visual Studio improvements, options.h fixes, and more.
Release Date: 11/22/2017
wolfSSH 1.2.0 includes bug fixes, ECDH group exchange and ECDSA with SHA2 hashing and new curves, client support, new examples, Visual Studio solution file, and more.
Release Date: 09/26/2017
wolfSSL JNI 1.3.0 includes bug fixes and new features including updated support to wolfSSL 3.7.0, finalizers for context and session classes, deprecation of SSLv3, PSK support, better error and exception handling, and more.
Release Date: 12/04/2015
Initial release of the wolfCrypt JNI wrapper and wolfCrypt JCE Provider.
Release Date: 07/10/2017
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