RSA announces the release of RSA BSAFE® SSL-J 6.2.4

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Summary:

RSA BSAFE® SSL-J is a Java software development toolkit for building Transport Layer Security (TLS) into enterprise-to-enterprise and commercial Internet applications.

 

This release of SSL-J 6.2.4 includes the following items

  • FIPS-validated cryptography provided by BSAFE Crypto-J 6.2.4.0.1
  • Implementation of Pre-Shared Key Ciphersuites, also known as TLS-PSK, in accordance to RFC 4279
  • Deprecation of the RSA-proprietary BSAFE Cert-J API in favor of using BSAFE Crypto-J X.509 certificates capabilities
  • Deprecation of the RSA-proprietary BSAFE SSL-J API in favor of using the public JSSE API.
  • Fixes to non-security related specific issues
  • Fixes to security related issues.

 

Details about the security issues can be found in the security advisory: RSA BSAFE® SSL-J Multiple Vulnerabilities  

More details can be found in the BSAFE SSL-J 6.2.4 Release Notes 

 

For additional documentation, downloads, and more, visit the RSA BSAFE page on RSA Link.

 

EOPS Policy:

RSA has a defined End of Primary Support policy associated with all major versions. Please refer to the Product Version Life Cycle for additional details.

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