First Beta of SecureBridge available!

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First Beta of SecureBridge available!

Post by Devart » Mon 30 Apr 2007 19:25

Core Lab team is glad to announce the first release of a new product for secure connectivity called SecureBridge. SecureBridge library offers a set of nonvisual components for Borland Delphi and C++Builder to provide secure data transferring through insecure connections.

The main features of SecureBridge components:
  • Full support for the SSH2 protocol
  • SSH client with extended setting abilities
  • Fast and customizable SSH server
  • Support for most SSH2-compatible clients and servers including OpenSSH
  • Compatible with any applications that work through TCP with protocols
    like SMTP, POP, IMAP, etc.
  • Protection from different kinds of crypto attacks
  • Support for Blowfish, AES128, Cast128, and TripleDES symmetric algorithms
  • Support for RSA and DSA asymmetric algorithms
  • Support for SHA1 and MD5 hashing algorithms
  • Authentication by password or by public key
  • Support for Indy, an open source socket library for Internet communications
  • Easily used with MyDAC to provide secure connectivity to MySQL
  • High performance
  • Working in synchronous and asynchronous mode
  • Reliable and convenient storage, transfer, and verification of asymmetric keys
  • Facility for storing users, passwords, and public keys for an SSH server
  • Transferring data from several logical connections through a single SSH tunnel
  • VCL and VCL.NET versions of the library available
  • High quality random number generator
  • Support for TStream and ISequentialStream interfaces
  • Access to extended information about the connection and the channel
  • Includes annual SecureBridge Subscription with Priority Support
  • Licensed royalty-free per developer, per team, or per site
Please try SecureBridge Trial version available for download

We're looking forward to your comments and suggestions.

Core Lab development team