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Comply with FIPS 140-2

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Comply with FIPS 140-2

VanDyke Software has partnered with RSA Security, Inc. to use the BSAFE Crypto-C Micro Edition cryptography module which has been tested by Atlan Laboratories, an accredited testing laboratory for FIPS compliance. This module has met all Level 1 requirements for FIPS 140-2 compliance when operated in FIPS Mode. The product versions that can run in FIPS mode are shown below. Click the certificate number below to review the FIPS Validation Certificate for the BSAFE module used by the specified product.

FIPS mode is only supported on Windows.

VShell® server* 2.6-3.5 (FIPS Validation Certificate 608)
VShell server 3.6-4.0 (FIPS Validation Certificate 1058)
VShell server4.1 (FIPS Validation Certificate 0039**)
VShell server 4.2 and later (FIPS Validation Certificate 0048**)

SecureCRT® 5.1-6.1 (FIPS Validation Certificate 608)
SecureCRT 6.2-7.2 (FIPS Validation Certificate 1058)
SecureCRT 7.3 (FIPS Validation Certificate 0039**)
SecureCRT 8.0 and later (FIPS Validation Certificate 0048**)

SecureFX® 3.1-6.1 (FIPS Validation Certificate 608)
SecureFX 6.2-7.2 (FIPS Validation Certificate 1058)
SecureFX 7.3 (FIPS Validation Certificate 0039**)
SecureFX 8.0 and later (FIPS Validation Certificate 0048**)

VanDyke ClientPack 5.1-6.1 (FIPS Validation Certificate 608)
VanDyke ClientPack 6.2-7.2r (FIPS Validation Certificate 1058)
VanDyke ClientPack 7.3 (FIPS Validation Certificate 0039**)
VanDyke ClientPack 8.0 and later (FIPS Validation Certificate 0048**)

* Prior to version 3.6, the 64-bit edition of VShell for Windows did not support FIPS mode.

** For a list of the tested Windows platforms, scroll down to Cert# 2097 (RSA) on the following web page: http://csrc.nist.gov/groups/STM/cmvp/documents/140-1/140val-all.htm

If you need to protect data in transit as outlined by FIPS 140-2 or NIST 800-53, these products now have an administrator option to run in "FIPS Mode". When this option is set, only FIPS-approved algorithms are allowed to be used.

FIPS-approved algorithms: The following FIPS-approved Cryptographic algorithms are used: DSA (Cert. #143); Triple-DES (Cert. #378); AES (Cert, #303); RSA (Cert. #96); SHA-1; Diffie-Hellman (used for key exchange in SSH2 is allowed in FIPS Mode but not approved).

The following algorithms are not available in FIPS Mode: MD5; Twofish; Blowfish; RC4.

VanDyke Software products are a secure replacement for Telnet and FTP that provide end-to-end protection for data in transit that meets Federal recommendations. VShell server combines strong security with simple configuration. SecureCRT and SecureFX clients provide an excellent balance between strong security, capacity for customization, and ease of use.

VanDyke Software helps you achieve the right balance between strong security and easy access to the network from anywhere... at any time. Take the next step right now:

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