wolfSSL JNI/JSSE provide Java-based applications with an easy way to use the native wolfSSL SSL/TLS library. The thin JNI wrapper can be used for direct JNI calls into native wolfSSL, or the JSSE provider (wolfJSSE) can be registered as a Java Security provider for seamless integration underneath the Java Security API. wolfSSL JNI/JSSE provides TLS 1.3 support and also can work with wolfCrypt FIPS 140-2 (and upcoming 140-3).
Release 1.10.0 has bug fixes and new features including:
JNI and JSSE Changes:
- Add SSLEngine.getApplicationProtocol(), fixes Undertow compatibility (PR 84)
- Wrap wolfSSL_UseALPN() at JNI level (PR 84)
- Fix compile error for wolfSSL < 4.2.0 and wolfSSL_set_alpn_protos() (PR 84)
- Fix NullPointerException when no selected ALPN is available (PR 84)
- Fix JNI build when wolfSSL compiled with –disable-filesystem (PR 104)
- Fix SSLEngine compatibility with data larger than TLS record size (PR 105)
- Refactor SSLEngine handshake status to be more inline with SunJSSE (PR 105)
- Add verbose SSLEngine logging with “wolfsslengine.debug” property (PR 105)
- Fix missing Javadoc warnings in ALPN code
- Update Android Studio IDE project to use Android 11 (SDK 30)
Version 1.10 can be downloaded from the wolfSSL download page, and an updated version of the wolfSSL JNI/JSSE User Manual can be found here. For any questions, or to get help using wolfSSL in your product or projects, contact us at email@example.com.