The CyaSSL Embedded SSL Library Marks Dramatic Progress with new Support for Additional Web Servers, Programming Languages, Embedded Systems and Devices

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New features for the CyaSSL Embedded SSL Library include better compatibility with OpenSSL, language interfaces to Java, Perl, and Python, support for the GoAhead and Lighttpd web servers, additional support for new ciphers for securing streaming media, and additional support for new embedded and real time operating systems (RTOS).

With the addition of this latest round of new features, CyaSSL becomes the leading choice for engineers seeking to add embedded SSL to their projects.

CyaSSL, the leading open source royalty free embedded SSL library, marked dramatic progress today by celebrating the availability of support for the Lighttpd and GoAhead embedded web servers.

Support for additional RTOS embedded operating systems is also newly available, as CyaSSL will now run on ThreadX and micro-Itron. CyaSSL has a long history of support for embedded systems, device and RTOS environments, including QNX, VxWorks, embedded Linux, embedded BSD variants, OpenWRT, iPhone, Nintendo Wii and Gamecube through DevKitPro.

Support for additional programming languages is also now available for Java, Perl, Python and others. OpenSSL users will also find it easier to migrate to CyaSSL, as the OpenSSL compatibility interface now includes all of the most commonly required OpenSSL functions.

Finally, CyaSSL now includes additional ciphers and DTLS and TLS 1.2 for embedded systems engineers who need to secure streaming media like voice or video on their devices. High performance AES-NI support is now included for intel hardware.

About yaSSL:

yaSSL is a successful open source internet security company providing embedded SSL technology based in Bozeman, Montana USA.

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