How to authenticate to Gmail with Rebex Secure Mail using OAuth 2.0

Google Account passwords are precious and it's not a good idea to share them with random third-party applications you don't fully trust. That's why Google has been promoting OAuth 2.0, an open authentication protocol that makes it possible for users to grant access to Gmail and other services to…

How to register your app for Gmail OAuth 2.0 authentication

To set up OAuth 2.0 for your application, you have to register your application at Google Developers Console (for free). When you register, you will get client ID and client secret that will identify your application and enable OAuth authentication. Steps to set up OAuth 2.0 for Gmail:…

Version 2016 R2: Telnet/SSL, Xamarin fix and SHA-2 for all platforms

We just released a new version of Rebex components. Highlights include: Support for Xamarin June 2016 Update June 2016 update of Xamarin.iOS/Xamarin.Android/Xamarin.Mac introduced a breaking change in Mono.Security API that broke compatibility with Rebex components. This issue has been solved in this release. SHA-2…

Version 2016 R1.1: Hotfixes, Xamarin.Mac binaries and SLOTH attack mitigation

This release fixes several issues (mostly in the refactored SSH core introduced in 2016 R1) and adds workarounds for some third-party issues. The highlights include: Experimental assemblies for Xamarin.Mac We added experimental binaries of most Rebex components (FTP/SSL, SFTP, File Server, Secure Mail, ZIP, Time, Security) for Xamarin.…

Version 2016 R1: Exchange Web Services and SSH Tunneling

This release took a while, but we are sure the delay was worth it. New features include: Exchange Web Services support Rebex Secure Mail now supports Exchange Web Services (EWS) and provide a dedicated Ews object, making it possible to communicate with Microsoft Exchange servers using a native protocol. Check…