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Securing network applications using TLS stacks and crypto offloading 

Customers have faced  challenges in network application security, especially with the growth of virtualised infrastructure.

Alumnus has over a decade of experience in developing network applications using TLS stacks like OpenSSL, MbedTLS and wolfSSL. These have been used to implement a TLS proxy for middleboxing encrypted traffic, to secure embedded file transfer and robotics applications and to parse certificates in Deep Packet Inspection.

Alumnus continues to maintain these applications by adding support of stronger ciphers, newer TLS versions and porting the applications to newer TLS library versions.

This has given us a strong knowledge of encryption and security in general, and an understanding of the direction in which the standards are proceeding, thereby placing us in a good position to help clients build network security solutions.

Technology Stack:

DPI, Linux, Kernel, C, OpenSSL, TLS

Enhance network application security with TLS stacks

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