CyaSSL name is changing to wolfSSL!
We currently in the process of changing the name of our embedded SSL/TLS library from CyaSSL to wolfSSL. This name change benefits our users and us a with a more consistent and standardized naming convention across our company and products.
A CyaSSL compatibility layer will remain available for those wanting to continue using the CyaSSL API. However, users are encouraged to update to the wolfSSL API upon release.
Aside from the new name, the structure and licensing of the CyaSSL library will remain the same. The FIPS branch of wolfCrypt, which was submitted to NIST for FIPS 140-2 cryptographic module validation, is unaffected by the name change.
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Originally posted at: http://www.wolfssl.com/wolfSSL/Blog/Entries/2015/3/4_CyaSSL_name_is_changing_to_wolfSSL%21.html