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Ajisai is a SSL/TLS implementation written entirely from scratch in C++.

It previously existed as a standalone project, but has been merged into the botan crypto library and all future work is happening there.

You can still download the final release of ajisai.


February 23, 2010

Ajisai's code has been merged into the upstream botan tree, and will be available in the upcoming development release (1.9.4).

July 7, 2009

A minor new release of ajisai is now available. 0.5.1 updates various pieces of code for compatability with botan 1.8, and has a number of code cleanups.

September 14, 2008

After way way too long Ajisai 0.5.0 has been released. The only major new feature of this release is that handshake messages which are split across record boundaries are now safely handled. In addition Ajisai has been updated to use the latest (development) Botan API; for this reason Botan 1.7.10 or later is now required.

June 2, 2006

Well, there hasn't been a new release, but I have placed Ajisai under the control of Monotone and have checked in a number of changes that were previously unavailable.

December 6, 2005

As might be obvious given the lack of updates, I've been busy with other things of late ("of late" in this case apparently meaning "the last year or so"). I'm actually hoping to do a new release fairly soon; no promises, but best effort. In addition, a company which will currently go unnamed has expressed some interest in sponsoring some work on the library, though I haven't heard anything final back from them yet.

December 5, 2004

Well, here's the first release of Ajisai. Hope you like it. It has only been tested on Linux/x86, and probably won't work on anything else yet (though feel free to let me know).