whiteCryption, a leading provider of software code and data protection, today introduced Cryptanium™ Secure Key Box for Java (SKB for Java). SKB for Java leverages whiteCryption ’s proven security toolset to provide protection for Java apps running on leading mobile operating systems such as Android.
One weakness in cryptographic algorithms is that in today’s open architectures, such as smartphones, tablets, and desktops, cryptographic keys are revealed in the code or in memory at some point during execution. Without efficient key protection, hackers can monitor devices with special analysis tools and extract the secret keys.
whiteCryption’s white-box technology ensures that secret keys stay encrypted, even during execution, and even during use.
“Following our very successful white-box implementation for C and C++, customers have been asking us to provide the same functionality for Java,” said
SKB for Java is an innovative white-box protected library specifically designed to protect cryptographic keys in financial applications, games, enterprise apps, and other types of sensitive software.
SKB for Java provides the same level of security for Java applications that SKB does for native applications written in C/C++. It comes with an SKB JCE Provider implementation that supports Java versions 6 and 7.
Availability: Cryptanium Secure Key Box for Java is available now.
Register today for a free trial at http://www.cryptanium.com/register.
whiteCryption is a leading provider of software code protection and white-box cryptography products. whiteCryption is an
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