Alaska Software Inc. - Announcing release of Xb2.NET v3.7
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Boris BorzicAnnouncing release of Xb2.NET v3.7
on Sun, 28 Apr 2019 02:49:50 +0200
Xb2.NET 3.7 is now available for download. This release adds support for 
OpenSSL 1.1.1 and TLS 1.3.

OpenSSL is anopen source toolkit for secure communications and general 
purpose cryptography. It is by far, the most widely used server TLS 
library. Updating an Xb2.NET server running on older operating systems to 
use the very latest TLS security protocols is as easy as copying the 2 
OpenSSL DLL files into your Xb2.NET application folder. This means for 
example; an Xb2.NET web server running on Windows XP or Server 2003 (no 
longer supported by Microsoft)can provide supperior TLS security than IIS 
running on Windows Server 2016 (TLS 1.3 is currently not supported by 
SChannel - the native Windows cryptography provider)!

If you renewed your support or purchased Xb2.NET within the past 12 
months then this upgrade is provided FREE of charge. Please check your 
email for download instructions and license keys.

If you are a registered Xb2.NET user but your support period has expired, 
you will need to purchase an upgrade in order to use this latest version. 
All upgrades include 12 months free support.

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Xb2.NET is an essential tool for developing cloud and secure Internet 
applications. It provides support for low-level socket communications as 
well as interfaces for WebSocket, Telnet, FTP, HTTP, SSL/TLS, XML, JSON 
and SOAP. With Xb2.NET, it is possible to develop a native stand-alone 
Xbase++ web server that does not rely on any external services. 

Released in 2002 and continually enhanced, Xb2.NET has matured into a 
robust tool that you can safely depend on to build mission critical 
client and server-side applications. Please give it a try, a fully 
functional demo is available.

Kind regards,
Boris Borzic
industrial strength Xbase++ development tools