The wolfSSL team has made sure to improve and update support for various open source projects. This holiday release wolfSSL 4.3.0, we have updated the support for the open source project WebRTC to branch m79 (https://webrtc.org/). This is a project that allows real time communication (RTC) with IoT, mobile and web browsers. Many additional API where added to the wolfSSL compatibility layer in order to plug wolfSSL into WebRTC instead of BoringSSL.
Notable advantages of choosing to build WebRTC with wolfSSL are evident through wolfSSL’s superior security implementations, including support for FIPS, PKCS#11, hardware encryption, TLSv1.3, and more. Additionally, 24×7 support and consulting services are available to help build your wolfSSL + WebRTC project.
The pull request with the latest updates for WebRTC can be found here:
Upstream changes for WebRTC that include wolfSSL support can be found here:
Download and learn more about wolfSSL 4.3.0 here:
For questions about the use of wolfSSL with WebRTC, 24×7 support, or for any additional questions contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.