We’re delighted to announce a new partnership with Unbound Tech. Their Distributed Trust Platform is the first pure-software solution that protects secrets such as cryptographic keys, credentials or other private data by ensuring they never exist anywhere in complete form. As such it’s an interesting target for our customers using Cryptosense Analyzer Platform to migrate their applications to cloud crypto services.
Through this partnership, Unbound Tech will utilize the Cryptosense PKCS#11 Fuzzer, a mutation-based fuzzing engine, to test the Unbound Key Control (UKC) and Crypto-of-Things (COT) PKCS#11 implementations. By sending commands to a device’s PKCS#11 interface and logging the responses, the Cryptosense Fuzzer will test traces of exchanges between an application and a cryptographic library to ensure these virtual appliances are properly secured in the event of a PKCS#11 API attack.
“With Cryptosense’s stamp of approval, our clients can now feel more confident in adopting this approach to securing their sensitive information.”
– Guy Peer, Co-founder at Unbound Tech.
As well as testing PKCS#11 implementations, Cryptosense Analyzer Platform is the only tool on the market that provides everything you need for a secure and simple migration to cloud crypto services from start to finish. Our software looks inside a running application to see what cryptography is really being used, tests the use of the cloud crypto service to check for vulnerabilities and monitors the security of the migrated application in the cloud. By partnering with Unbound, we’re able to reassure our customers of the continued security of their Virtual HSM and the applications that use it.
Read the full press release here.
Find out more about Unbound Tech here.