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Initial release of the wolfCrypt JNI wrapper and wolfCrypt JCE Provider.
Release Date: 07/10/2017
Release 0.13.0 includes bug fixes, passes network callback return codes through TLS context, adds option to disable blocking timeouts and STDIN/fgets capture for examples, and uses new MQTT_CODE_STDIN_WAKE return for examples using STDIN.
Release Date: 05/12/2017
Release 1.1.0 includes bug fixes, adds DH Group Exchange, provides function to set banner string, includes expanded unit tests, more detailed session stats. Global Request message support, and more.
Release Date: 06/16/2017
Release 3.11.1 is a TLS 1.3 BETA release. This release is strictly a BETA release, and designed for testing and user feedback on TLS 1.3 support.
Release Date: 05/11/2017
Release 3.12.0 includes a vulnerability fix, TLS 1.3 support, Intel assembly improvements and SGX Linux support, DTLS multicast, Xilinx port, SHA3 (Keccak), wolfSSL Python wrapper, updated MQX Classic and TI-RTOS ports, RSA-PSS sign/verify, memory tracking feature, and more!
Release Date: 08/04/2017
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
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