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This form allows you to download the most recent stable open source (GPLv2) versions of both CyaSSL and yaSSLEWS. If your project cannot tolerate the terms of the GPLv2, please contact us to learn more about our commercial license.    (SHA1: 64840f1bc6270874e2fc1bae2f88a728f567b1c4)

CyaSSL 2.9.4 includes bug fixes including security fixes that address items reported by Ivan Fratric of the Google Security Team and X.509 Unknown critical extensions treated as errors, report by Suman Jana with security researchers at UT Austin and UC Davis. Other features and fixes in this release include sniffer fixes for corrupted packet length and Jumbo frames, ARM thumb mode assembly fixes, Xcode 5.1 support including new clang, PIC32 MZ hardware support, CyaSSL Object has enough room to read the Record Header now w/o allocs, FIPS wrappers for several algorithms/functions, and more.

Release Date: 04/09/2014    (SHA1: 60b538ea33c945e40593f07f16390ab2d04e7f92)

Release 1.0 is the initial public release of the CyaSSL (wolfSSL) JNI Java wrapper. The JNI wrapper provides Java applications with support for current SSL/TLS standards up to TLS 1.2 and DTLS 1.2.

Release Date: 10/25/2013    (SHA1: f4b426ac31151c796c5e31f1fd55e8630cc0a6f7)

This is the third release of the yaSSL Embedded Web Server. Changes in this release include bug fixes, updated CyaSSL support, iOS (Apple TV) build support, better Windows build support, CGI and SSI extension pattern matching and more.

Release Date: 08/21/2012


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