As many people know, the OpenSSL project is struggling with FIPS, and their new FIPS release is not expected until December 2020. The version of OpenSSL that supports FIPS goes into End Of Life and is no longer supported in December of 2019.
This means that OpenSSL users will not have a supported package for over a year. This is a big issue for companies that rely on security.
To fill this breach, wolfSSL has integrated our FIPS certified crypto module with OpenSSL as an OpenSSL engine. This means that:
1. OpenSSL users can get a supported FIPS solution, with packages available up to the 24×7 level,
2. The new wolfCrypt FIPS solution also supports the TLS 1.3 algorithms, so your package can support TLS 1.3,
3. You can support hardware encryption with your package, as the new wolfCrypt solution has full hardware encryption support.
Additionally, should you be using one of the OpenSSL derivatives like BoringSSL, we can also support you.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to learn more!
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