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OpenSSL and Java

 
David Sica
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I've been recruited to work on a new project. It has been suggested that the app be written in C/C++ in order to be compatible with OpenSSL. I'm seasoned in Java but have not written C/C++ code in quite a long time (and only in academia to boot). Does anybody have insight about how I can interface Java with OpenSSL?

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Found this by Googling...

openSSL with Java

Never tried it though...
 
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