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Mocana NanoCert  (Mocana Corp)
Mocana's open standards based, full featured, RFC compliant Embedded IPsec and IKE solution

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IETF compliant implementations, full featured. Easy to install and use. High Performance. Speeds development cycle. Supports automatic and manual enrollment. Source Code or FIPS-certified binaries available. Advanced well documented APIs. Advanced cryptography support. Ongoing development, maintenance and support. Includes HTTP client and server. RTOS neutral and transport agnostic

Product Description

NanoCert is specially designed for embedded device and consumer electronics manufacturers and their ISVs. It automates certificate management in devices and applications, and is available in carrier-grade editions that can scale to handle millions upon millions of wireless subscribers. NanoCert's client software requests certificates, renews them or pulls down revocation lists from most any certification authority (CA). NanoCert's certificate server software can act as CA's that issue and revoke certificates at scale and publish CRLs (Certificate Management Lists); or as Registration Authorities that register users and devices. This product can be compiled for all versions of Wind River VxWorks, and Wind River Linux.

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