Archive for the ‘M-Vault’ Category



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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Benchmarks: M-Vault R16.0

Monday, April 15th, 2013

In R15.2 we added a new transactional in-memory database to M-Vault as an alternative to the on-disk database which uses the old Sleepycat database technology. In our next release, R16.0, this new database becomes the only database supported by M-Vault, offering: Significantly higher performance Higher resilience Smaller on-disk footprint We have now released a new [...]

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M-Vault Benchmarks

Monday, December 19th, 2011

With R15 the central code in our M-Vault server was re-written in order to provide new functionality and significant performance enhancements over R14. A new whitepaper on the Isode website provides benchmark figures for the latest M-Vault release and compares its performance with two well-known alternative LDAP servers. Read our “M-Vault Benchmarks” whitepaper for more information.

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Sodium now available independent of M-Vault

Thursday, December 15th, 2011

With the release of R15.1, we’ve made Sodium available as a product which can be purchased independently of M-Vault (it will still ship as an M-Vault management tool when you buy a license for that product). So, you can now use Sodium for data and PKI management against directories other than M-Vault. We hope this will be of interest to those who wish to make use of Sodium features, such as its PKI support, but don’t need our M-Vault DSA. For information on pricing [...]

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