There are many reasons why a user might want to switch from OpenSSL to wolfSSL. In order to facilitate this transition, wolfSSL has an accessible compatibility layer.
Why might one want to make this migration and turn on this compatibility in the first place? To start, wolfSSL has numerous benefits over its counterpart, OpenSSL. Some of these include hardware acceleration implementations, progressive adoptions of TLS 1.3 as well as a reduced footprint size. In addition to this, there is the potential to use wolfSSL FIPS. wolfSSL maintains current FIPS support and is used in numerous applications and provides FIPS Ready builds to help get projects ready for FIPS verification. All of this is supported by a team of trained wolfSSL engineers.
What is the wolfSSL OpenSSL compatibility layer?
The wolfSSL OpenSSL compatibility layer is a means to switch applications designed for OpenSSL to wolfSSL. In addition to this, it is constantly expanded with more than 500 commonly used OpenSSL functions. wolfSSL also provides Crypto API support to enable easier migration of projects.
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