Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) August 16, 2007
Developers need look no farther than the newly released 9Rays.Net CryptoSharp security software in their ongoing efforts to thwart hackers. Security tools, hash functions, and ciphers have been developed and bundled in a single library. With this security software, platform-independent code provides data compression and encryption functionality to enhance the security of 32 and 64 bit environments.
When using the 9Rays.Net CryptoSharp Security Library, file based data is protected using powerful encryption. Data compression is another function which is prominent in the new release, ensuring the best in data security. Standard .NET framework classes are used throughout the CryptoSharp Security Library, which simplifies the encrypted storage of existing programs, enhancing their security. Newly created security enabled applications are protected from their inception with the latest encryption.
Copying the required component set from the 9Rays.Net CryptoSharp Security Library allows the developer the ability to transparently load the compatible components for an environment. CryptoSharp will adapt automatically to the operating system, number of cores, and hardware configuration of the environment being used, basic and multi-threaded ciphers can be loaded into the Rays CryptoSharp Security Library simultaneously and are automatically accessed by single core and multi core systems as needed. A unique key server will be provided in the general release of CryptoSharp Security Library, which will make the developer's task of managing user supplied passwords and binary keys.
Secure data security storage is assisted by cryptographic hash functions. Cryptosharp uses SHA-1, SHA-256, SHA-384, SHA-512, MD5 and other secure hash algorithms for secure data security storage. 9Rays.Net CryptoSharp's security software also includes a file shredder, which securely removes the original code from a system after it has been encrypted, by overwriting data multiple times, modifying file sizes hide their actual length, renaming them multiple times, and deleting them over and over, making detection less feasible to such an extent that the original file cannot be reconstituted.
For more information on data security and CryptoSharp's new security software, visit the Web site at http://www.9rays.net.