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For users looking to download the wolfCrypt embedded crypto engine, this is included in the wolfSSL package below. (SHA256: bc9efedf384df61b41e8c6e14bae3233f09d6f5b8af8dcf12092b8ff5b60c9f0)

Release 0.10 adds support for big endian systems and includes fixes for building with Visual Studio.

Release Date: 09/26/2016 (SHA256: fac61eea79d5f57d3cbd1e892255591d8662193a85f8962ea97f9205916426c7)

Release 0.2.0 of wolfSSH is the first public release. It can be incorporated into a server application and allows for RSA public key and password authentication.

Release Date: 07/20/2016 (SHA256: 793921c0db96248be4a369cbfdf0cb7b37ee2be715b8b775b6cd32efe66f494e)

Release 3.9.10 includes a medium level vulnerability fix, default configure option changes, extended master secret support, DSA padding checks, CTX level RNG, RDSEED enhancements, ARMv8 support, and more.

Release Date: 09/23/2016 (SHA256: f4030c9a22394921134d91026a75d9cad5c741738a604c74b6972569be7d9b09)

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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