TLS Gold includes a non-proprietary cipher suite
for use with SSL, offering the first alternative to BSAFE, RSA Data Security's implementation of the patented RSA algorithm.
The result is near line-rate mixed application and protocol traffic testing with strong encryption and cipher suites
while maintaining over 60 percent encrypted communication.
A connection is vulnerable if the server accepts RSA_EXPORT cipher suites
and the client either offers an RSA_EXPORT suite or is using a version of OpenSSL that is vulnerable to CVE-2015-0204.
New counter-mode encryption, along with error detection and handling, complemented improved NTRU cipher suites
for both public and private access devices.
2003: Camellia is selected as the Japanese e-government recommended cipher by CRYPTREC February 2003: Camellia is selected as the European Union recommended cipher by NESSIE February 2003: Camellia is adopted as the DRM encryption by TV-Anytime Forum January 2004: Camellia is accepted as the IETF standard cipher for S/MIME [RFC3657] April 2005: Camellia is accepted as the IETF standard cipher for XML security URIs [RFC4051] May 2005: Camellia is adopted as the ISO/IEC standard cipher [ISO/IEC18033-3] July 2005: Camellia is accepted as the IETF standard cipher for SSL/TLS Cipher suites
[RFC4132] December 2005: Camellia is accepted as the IETF standard cipher for IPsec [RFC4312] April 2006: Open source codes of Camellia are released Sept.
1 software is designed to enable developers to select their own SSL parameters, such as cipher suites
, SSL versions and compression methods.