cryptlib is a powerful security toolkit that allows even inexperienced crypto programmers to easily add encryption and authentication services to their software. The high-level interface provides anyone with the ability to add strong security capabilities to an application in as Little as half an hour, without needing to know any of the low-level Details that make The Encryption or authentication work. Because of this, cryptlib dramatically reduces the cost involved in adding security to new or existing applications.
At the highest level, cryptlib provides implementations of complete security services such as S/MIME and PGP/OpenPGP secure enveloping, SSL/TLS and SSH secure sessions, CA services such as CMP, SCEP, RTCS, and OCSP, and other security operations such as secure timestamping. Since cryptlib uses industry-standard X.509, S/MIME, PGP/OpenPGP, and SSH/SSL/TLS data formats, the resulting encrypted or signed data can be easily transported to other systems and processed there, and cryptlib itself runs on virtually any operating system - cryptlib doesn't tie you to a single system. This allows email, files, and EDI transactions to be authenticated with digital signatures and encrypted in an industry-standard format.
cryptlib provides an extensive range of other capabilities including full X.509/PKIX certificate handling (all X.509 versions from X.509v1 to X.509v4) with additional support for SET, Microsoft AuthentiCode, Identrus, SigG, S/MIME, SSL, and Qualified certificates, PKCS #7 certificate Chains, handling of certification requests and CRLs including automated checking of certificates against CRLs and online checking using RTCS and OCSP, and issuing and revoking certificates using CMP and SCEP. In addition cryptlib implements a full range of certification authority (CA) functions, as well as providing complete CMP, SCEP, RTCS, and OCSP server implementations to handle online certificate enrolment/issue/revocation and certificate status checking.
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What's New in cryptlib 3.1
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No additional system requirements.