Archive for the ‘M-Switch’ Category



ACP127 Gateway: Preview Release

Thursday, October 30th, 2014

Following on from our publication of a whitepaper outlining our ACP127 plans, Isode customers can now access a preview (alpha) release of our ACP127 Gateway for evaluation. This preview release, available on Linux 64 and Windows 64 platforms, includes SMTP mappings only (not X.400) for ACP127 and DOI-103S. More information and documentation is available from the [...]

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M-Switch ACP127 Gateway to STANAG 4406 and MMHS over SMTP

Tuesday, October 7th, 2014

ACP127 is an older military messaging protocol, which remains in widespread use along with a number of similar protocols such as DOI 103 and ACP 128. Isode’s M-Switch already provides full server side support for STANAG 4406, ACP 145 and MMHS over SMTP. We’ve now added support for ACP127 and selected related protocols to the [...]

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Security Update: OpenSSL vulnerability

Wednesday, April 9th, 2014

A serious security vulnerability, designated CVE-2014-0160, has been found in OpenSSL version 1.0.1. See this site for more information - http://www.kb.cert.org/vuls/id/720951 This version of OpenSSL is used in Isode releases R15.2 and R16.0. New update versions of these releases have been made which incorporate a fixed version of OpenSSL (1.0.1g). These releases are R15.2v11 and R16.0v8. [...]

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Easy PKI: Deploying Digital Signatures

Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013

Isode’s applications make extensive use of digital signatures and strong authentication, providing significant security and administration benefits. PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) has a reputation for being complex and difficult to deploy. While certain aspects of PKI are complex, Isode’s approach has been to make management and deployment of these capabilities be as straightforward as possible. [...]

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Email for constrained link environments, a new evaluation guide

Tuesday, April 9th, 2013

A new evaluation guide, looking at Email for Constrained Link Environments, is now now available from this website. This is the second guide in a series looking at Isode capabilities for constrained link environments. The first looked at XMPP Instant Messaging and Multi-User Chat, the next will look at Directory Synchronisation. The guide will enable [...]

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