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For users looking to download the wolfCrypt embedded crypto engine, this is included in the wolfSSL package below. (SHA-256: b0de74c81ce0b2f9167611c465d272d1378043bc8a345733c05867ed55303310)

Release 3.6.6 of wolfSSL has bug fixes and new features including OpenSSH, stunned and lighttpd compatibility, SSLv3 is now disabled by default, ephemeral key cipher suites only are now supported by default, added QSH (quantum-safe handshake) extension, SRP is now part of wolfCrypt, certificate handshake messages can now be sent fragmented if the record size is smaller than the total message size, no user action required, DTLS duplicate message fixes, Visual Studio project files now support DLL and static builds for 32/64bit, support for new Freescale I/O, and FreeRTOS FIPS support.

Release Date: 08/20/2015 (SHA256: ae2dfd9750d2bd157f0604a8e3dac384a812cb27089f91d0c9654b9254f693fd)

wolfSSL JNI 1.2.0 includes bug fixes and new features including updated support for wolfSSL, CyaSSL to wolfSSL name change, benchmark functionality in example client, updated example certs, and better detection of Java home on OS X and Linux.

Release Date: 06/02/2015


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