Nubeva Technologies has launched its next-generation TLS Decryption Library. The software solution enables deep packet inspection of network traffic through the decryption of the new TLS (SSL) traffic, including TLS 1.3 and 1.2 with Elliptic Curve Diffie-Hellman Ephemeral (ECDHE) protocols at high speeds and efficiency.
The library enables security and monitoring solution manufacturers to support modern decryption algorithms.
Available to license with existing software, Nubeva’s decryption library operates in excess of 15 gigabytes per second per single CPU core on general purpose hardware. The solution scales up to easily support 40 and 100 gig appliances, and it can scale out in parallel to support in excess of Terabit/sec speeds.
Steve Perkins, Chief Marketing Officer at Nubeva, added that the high-performance decryption library seamlessly plugs into existing security and monitoring software systems.
The Decryption Library works with Nubeva’s Symmetric Key Intercept (SKI) software. According to the company, SKI delivers a breakthrough method for the decryption of modern TLS traffic in support of deep packet inspection systems and services.
Released in 2019, Nubeva Symmetric Key Intercept is currently licensed by several solution providers. The new Decryption Library is now available.