SecureBlackbox PHP 14.0.290

"SecureBlackbox PHP" snapshot

SecureBlackbox is a comprehensive library that adds SFTP, FTPS, SSH, PGP, PDF, XML, SSL/TLS, HTTPS, PKI, ZIP, EDI, Cloud, SAML security support to your PHP scripts and web pages. This is PHP edition.

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Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/Server
Publisher:
EldoS Corporation
Price:
$883
File size:
23.28 Mb
Date added:
December 27, 2015
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Description from the Publisher
SecureBlackbox is a comprehensive library that adds support for SFTP, FTPS, SSH, PGP, PDF, XML, S/MIME, SSL/TLS, HTTPS, PKI, ZIP, EDI, Cloud, WebDAV, SAML, Office security to your PHP web pages and scripts. SecureBlackbox primary goal is to provide basic technology for the wide range of applications, hiding the details of low-level protocols and algorithms, used by the parties during secure communications. This is PHP edition.
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