- What is the secWWW?
- It supports the security login in the WWW application and the cipher of the sending and receiving data over the net.
- It is not base on the SSL or other similar security protocol and then it is not needed this security protocol.
- RIJNDAEL-128 and SHA1 or SHA256 algorithms are used in the security communication between a WWW server and a browser.
- What does the secWWW library support?
- Security login into the WWW application without sending password over the net.
- Selective cipher only the confidental data.
- Cipher data in the direction from a browser to a WWW server (RIJNDAEL-128).
- Cipher data in the direction from a WWW server to a browser (RIJNDAEL-128).
- The crypted data cannot be save by a browser into a hard disk in the decrypted form.
- "Signing" of individual requests (SHA1 or SHA256).
- What does the secWWW library require?
- WWW browser with FRAME support (excepted lite secWWW).
- PHP compiled with the mhash and mcrypt libraries.
- In case of the signing requests: allowed cookie.
- Tested with: IE, Mozilla, Opera, Konqueror.
secWWW © Richard Kotal - waplikace CZ 2006