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Inside Secure EasyPlug boosts mobile device security

30 Oct 2013

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Inside Secure is bringing a new cryptographic middleware to the market that can help developers create advanced security features in microcontrollers such as mobile devices, USB tokens and embedded systems. The EasyPlug middleware is compatible with Microsoft Windows, Mac OS and Linux operating systems.

Certified by Microsoft and natively linked to the Inside family of VaultIC and VaultSEcure security solutions, the EasyPlug provides developers with a complete plug-and-play cryptographic solution that combines tamper proof Common Criteria EAL 5+ hardware, FIPS 140-2 certified firmware and a Microsoft-certified smartcard minidriver.

With a flexible architecture designed to be deployed in USB, PC-Link or embedded systems, EasyPlug middleware automatically identifies and provides the appropriate cryptographic functionality for the platform and application through standard application programming interfaces (APIs). In addition to the VaultIC API for use in embedded systems, the EasyPlug middleware also provides a smartcard minidriver that is CSP compliant with Microsoft applications as well as a PKCS #11 API, for non- Microsoft applications.

The middleware is available now for use with VaultIC 1xx and 4xx families on Microsoft Windows, Mac OS and Linux operating systems.




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