SILC (Secure Internet Live Conferencing) is a protocol which provides secure conferencing and chat services. It can be used to send any kind of messages, in addition to normal text messages, including multimedia messages like images, video, and audio stream. All messages in the SILC network are encrypted and authenticated, and messages can also be digitally signed. SILC protocol supports AES, SHA-1, SHA-2, PKCS#1, PKCS#3, X.509, OpenPGP, and is being developed in the IETF. The software is delivered as SILC Client for end users, SILC Server for system administrators, and SILC Toolkit for application developers.
|Tags||Security Cryptography multimedia Communications Conferencing Software Development Libraries Chat|
|Licenses||GPL BSD Revised|
|Operating Systems||SymbianOS OS Independent|
Release Notes: This version introduces improved public key verification callback by providing more detailed information about the remote entity, and fixes some minor bugs.
Release Notes: This version upgrades the Irssi base of SILC Client to the latest version available, improves the information shown when verifying public keys, and fixes some minor bugs.
Release Notes: This version adds a new default private message protection method by executing SILC Key Exchange protocol over the SILC network, client-to-client, to provide end-to-end protection for private messages. This version adds also other API improvements in SILC Client Library, SILC Core Library, and SILC Key Exchange Library. It fixes numerous bugs found using static analysis tools.
Release Notes: This version fixes numerous bugs found using static analysis tools. It also increases the default public key algorithm length.
Release Notes: This release introduces a new default private message protection method by auto-negotiating the private message key with SILC Key Exchange protocol over the SILC network, client-to-client. This provides complete end-to-end protection for private messages even when SILC servers cannot be trusted. Additionally, this version fixes numerous bugs found using static analysis tools.