Devart SecureBridge Supports New RAD Studio 10.4.2 and Adds TLS/SSL Server Component
Devart has recently introduced a long-awaited update of SecureBridge v9.5. The new version comes with support for RAD Studio 10.4.2 and two new components for implementing TLS/SSL and TCP/IP servers.
SecureBridge now supports the latest versions of the IDEs and operating systems: RAD Studio 10.4.2, Lazarus 2.0.12, macOS 11 Big Sur, iOS 14, and Android 11.
This release also brought two new components — TScSSLServerConnection and TScTCPServer — for implementing TLS/SSL and TCP/IP servers, respectively. An SSL server performs cryptographic functions to ensure that the connection to your data infrastructure comes from a trusted client and no data is intercepted during the transmission across networks.
It sits between the client and the web or database server and helps to establish a secure connection through the use of SSL certificates, which verify the identity of the database or web server to the client and the identity of the client to the server. TScSSLServerConnection supports the latest encryption protocols (TLS 1.2, 1.3) and different symmetric and asymmetric encryption algorithms, such as AES-256-GCM, EC (ElipticCurve)
Other updates include the ability to interrupt a connection in the TScSSHServer component and new events, BeforeReadData and BeforeWriteDataEx, in the TScSFTP client component.
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