XySSL

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XySSL is a cryptographic library written in C. It currently features several ciphers (AES, Triple-DES, and ARC4), hash functions (MD{2,4,5}, SHA-1, and SHA-256), and RSA and X.509 reading support. XySSL project also implements the Secure Sockets Layer version 3 protocol (SSLv3), as well as the Transport Layer Security version 1 protocol..

Xyssl - Sha - Des - Written In - Cryptographic Library - Written - Library - Cryptographic - Security - Miscellaneous

Published By:Christophe Devine

License Type:Freeware

Date Added:22 October, 2010

Version:0.7

Price:Free

Downloads:43

Size:276.5 KB

Platform: Linux

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