PrimeKey is happy to announce that EJBCA Enterprise 6.0.3 has been released! This is a maintenance release – 21 issues have been resolved.
Running on the latest technology platforms, this PKI is faster, more resource efficient, more secure and more user friendly than ever. EJBCA Enterprise v.6 is so flexible it is suitable for any organization, cloud, social or mobile system.
EJBCA, the open source PKI, has been around for quite some time now, since 2001 to be exact. The last major release of EJBCA Community was EJBCA 4, which saw many updates up to the final release 4.0.16 in June 2013. EJBCA 5 was Common Criteria certified, and therefore never released to the public. After a long wait, and much development, EJBCA Community version 6 is now here.
The latest release of EJBCA Enterprise 6.0.3, also marks the release of EJBCA Community 6.0.3. Enjoy! But if you have the means, please help support EJBCA by subscribing to an EJBCA Enterprise support subscription.
New Crypto Token concept, giving complete GUI support for configuring signature and keys, either in software or on hardware security modules. Hardware security modules has never been easier.
CMP configuration can now be done in the GUI, and supports multiple different configurations through CMP Aliases. More flexible than ever you can easily set up CMP to talk to any type of device, all with a single instance of EJBCA.
The new Internal Key binding concept merges the Certificate Authority and Validation Authority functionality. Use the same instance, or multiple instances, using the same well known admin GUI as a Certificate Authority or Validation Authority or both.
Full support for the latest platforms. Java 7 and JBoss 7 are now the default recommended platforms, faster, more secure and more resource efficient.
More than 300 issues have been resolved during the development of EJBCA Enterprise v.6.
Support for OCSP extended revoked status compliant with RFC6960.
EJBCA now ensures that OCSP RFC5019 responses with unknown response code are not cached.
OCSP now uses archive cutoff date for expired certificates, compliant with RFC6960.
Speedups when starting the Command Line Interface.
Bug fixes for Internal Key Bindings.