HCC Adds MISRA-Compliant TLS 1.3 Module to TCP/IP Networking Stack

By Brandon Lewis

Editor-in-Chief

Embedded Computing Design

February 13, 2020

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HCC Adds MISRA-Compliant TLS 1.3 Module to TCP/IP Networking Stack

The small-footprint module conforms to HCC?s Advanced Embedded Framework, and is designed for microcontroller-based systems with or without an RTOS.

HCC Embedded has added a fully MISRA-compliant TLS 1.3 module to its TCP/IP networking stack. The small-footprint module conforms to HCC’s Advanced Embedded Framework, and is designed for microcontroller-based systems with or without an RTOS. In addition to MISRA compliance, conformance with RFC 8446 help limit the possibility of security failure and vulnerabilities.

Other features included in HCC’s TLS 1.3 offering include a standard sockets interface that enables easy integration with applications and the ability to downgrade to TLS 1.2, if necessary.

For more information, visit HCC at Embedded World Hall 4-138 on February 25-27, or go to www.hcc-embedded.com/tls-1-3.

 

 

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