SSLeay

SSLeay

(networking, security, protocol)
A free implementation of Netscape's Secure Socket Layer protocol, coded from scratch, using only the publically available documentation of the various protocols, by Eric Young in Australia.

SSLeay supports the DES, RSA, RC4, and IDEA encryption algorithms.

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They are the authors of SSLeay, the free implementation of Netscape's Secure Sockets Layer on which B-SAFE SSL-C is based.
BSAFE SSL-C is based on SSLeay, an implementation of the Secure Sockets Layer encryption protocol developed by Australian cryptographers Eric Young and Tim Hudson.
RSA Australia now offers developers worldwide the opportunity to work with a commercial version of the SSLeay product, backed by RSA Australia technical support, documentation, testing, and continued product enhancement," said Eric Young, chief technical officer.
RSA also announced today that cryptographers Eric Young and Tim Hudson, inventors of the widely used SSLeay public domain implementation of the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) security protocols, have joined the new Australian organization.
He has applied SSLeay to various system and protocol implementations and has gained recognition for his work in offering SSLeay in client and server implementations.
Trial VeriSign Y2K Server IDs work with all major Web Server Software packages including Netscape Enterprise Server, Microsoft IIS, C2 Net Stronghold, and Apache Servers based on SSLeay.
Nasdaq: VRSN), the leading provider of digital certificate solutions, today announced that users of Apache Freeware Web Server software using the SSLeay Toolkit are now able to enroll for VeriSign Secure Server IDs to enable authenticated and encrypted online communications and transactions with their customers.
Apache users using the SSLeay Toolkit now simply need to register for a VeriSign Secure Server ID at www.