MatrixSSL™ is an embedded SSL/TLS library under 50KB, designed for small footprint applications and devices. Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and the next generation Transport Layer Security (TLS) are the most widely deployed protocols for creating secure connections between applications on a network. SSL is used to secure proprietary applications as well as common Internet protocols such as HTTP, SIP, H.323 and EAP-TLS.
Increased space for value-add functionality. More simultaneous active SSL connections on enterprise systems. Faster failover times for High Availability servers. Allows standardized security libraries to be distributed with applications. Fast download times for applications with integrated security.
Clean source code, easily integrated and supported. Under 50KB of code gives bugs fewer places to hide.
Designed for embedded environments, MatrixSSL also supports advanced TLS features.
"Minimum" library is configured to include server SSL with RSA, RC4 and MD5.
"Standard" library is configured to include client and server SSL with RSA, RC4, 3DES, MD5 and SHA-1.
Compiler is Microsoft VS for Windows platforms, GCC for all others. All sizes in Kilobytes.
The advent of standard, low cost networking hardware has caused an explosion in the numbers of network connected devices. 802.11 wireless and VoIP standards have also provided a new ecosystem for devices to interact in. Devices on these networks are growing in functionality and are increasingly part of the infrastructure we rely on.
In parallel, the tools for sniffing and spoofing network traffic have become so easy to use that free graphical tools are within the grasp of anyone with a basic knowledge of networking. In order to rely on an Internet enabled device, security is now a requirement.
INSIDE Secure has positioned MatrixSSL to make network security accessible to as many types of projects as possible. The technology provides a small footprint, low complexity implementation of SSL that is easily integrated into networked devices. The dual license approach allows for the greatest adoption, allowing use in both commercial products and GNU compatible open source projects.