Announcements

Announcing Rebex 2019 R4 Preview 2 with TLS 1.3 support

  |   Lukas Pokorny

Today, we are releasing Preview 2 of Rebex Total Pack 2019 R4 release with TLS 1.3 support on a wide range of .NET platforms and operating systems. It adds TLS 1.3 support to Rebex HTTPS, WebSocket, FTP, IMAP, POP3, SMTP, EWS and Telnet components. We ...

Introducing .NET CF 3.5/3.9 legacy editions

  |   Lukas Pokorny

On July 1st 2019, .NET Compact Framework became a legacy platform as defined by our platform support policy. Therefore, from Sep 9th 2019, Rebex components are available in two separate editions with different pricing that reflects rising costs of ...

Announcing Rebex 2019 R4 Preview 1 with TLS 1.3 support

  |   Lukas Pokorny

In August 2018, IETF published RFC 8446, the final version of the long avaited TLS 1.3 protocol. Despite the name, it's actually a major overhaul of TLS 1.2, which means it will most likely take few years before it becomes as ubiquitous as its ...

New Rebex components prices

  |   Martin Vobr

Today we are increasing prices for some of Rebex components. Those changes are effective as of April 2nd 2019. New pricing Component Price for 1 developer Rebex Total Pack $1,199 Rebex SSH Pack$899 Rebex File Transfer Pack$699 Rebex ...

RC4 no longer considered secure

  |   Lukas Pokorny

The security of RC4 encryption algorithm has been questionable for many years. But despite well-founded concerns, this has remained a popular TLS/SSL cipher not only due to its speed, but also as a countermeasure against "BEAST" attack targeting block ...