Hints from Mocana Engineering

By JDavis | 12/5/08 1:44 PM

Does NanoSSH support certificates for host authentication?

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NanoSec New Release Makes it Easy to Implement IPsec on Devices

By JDavis | 11/24/08 1:39 PM

Mocana's latest version of NanoSec, a component of the recently announced NanoPhone Suite for Android™, provides developers with the smallest, fastest IPsec implementation on the market, making it ideal for resource-constrained smartphones, intelligent printers, networked medical devices, industrial automation and SCADA applications. With NanoSec, design teams can dramatically reduce development costs and time-to-market when building IPsec-compliant device applications.

The NanoSec source code is available now for a 90-day free trial at www.mocana.com/evaluate.html.

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Hints from Mocana Engineering

By JDavis | 11/24/08 1:35 PM

Can I use an automatic update solution or a code patcher with NanoDefender?

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Lots of Ink for New Android Security SDK

By JDavis | 11/7/08 1:32 PM

Mocana's release of the new NanoPhone security suite for Android was our biggest product announcement ever, garnering coverage in scores of printed and online publications. In case you missed it, using NanoPhone, developers can quickly add much-needed firewall, VPN, and encryption features to Android handsets without compromising the performance, throughput or battery life of the platform. Read a sample of the coverage, below:

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Hints from Mocana Engineering

By JDavis | 11/7/08 1:31 PM

Can I use OpenSSL certificate and keys with NanoSSL?

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Make your own Faraday Cage Wallet

By JDavis | 10/21/08 2:29 PM

Worried about passers-by "sniffing" your personal information from the RFID tags in your passport, ID, ATM or credit cards? Here's a fun do-it-yourself project for the paranoid. Or maybe the prudent.

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Security for Android -- At Last

By JDavis | 10/21/08 2:27 PM

Using Mocana's just-announced NanoPhone™ suite, developers can quickly add firewall, VPN, and encryption features to Android handsets without compromising the performance, throughput or battery life of the platform. NanoPhone is the most comprehensive open standards-based security suite for developers building to the Open Handset Alliance's Android specifications.

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Hints from Mocana Engineering

By JDavis | 10/21/08 2:14 PM

"We have five applications that may be using either NanoDTLS or NanoTLS. There is one global set of call backs for DTLS and SSL. How can my custom callback handler distinguish between my various applications?"

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How Much Do You Really Know About (SSH) Security?

By JDavis | 10/6/08 2:08 PM

This informative article explains how to approach an actual integration of SSH into embedded and mobile devices, while answering some key SSH configuration questions. Regardless of whether you're a "Newbie, Intermediate or Expert" security type, learn how to make informed technical decisions about communications modes, encryption ciphers, and authentication methods.

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Cisco Moves to Plug Router Software Flaws

By JDavis | 10/6/08 1:47 PM

Releasing a number of security patches for its Internet Operating System (IOS), Cisco noted that some of the flaws could allow malicious hackers to take over the device, while others left users at risk of denial-of-service attacks. Cisco has released free software updates to address these and other vulnerabilities, as well as workarounds that could mitigate them. The vulnerabilities are listed here.

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