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Secure iNet Factory
Secure iNet Factory is a suite of Java based components for developing secure network capable applications. Security is provided via SSH (Secure Shell) wrapper classes for all major network protocols including FTP, SMTP, IMAP, POP3, HTTP and Telnet. SSL enabled classes are also available for POP, SMTP, IMAP and FTP protocols. Using Secure iNet Factory developers can quickly build secure applications to include secure file transfer, secure email, secure remote shell, secure news and more.
Secure FTP Factory
Secure FTP Factory is a set of Java based client components for communicating with FTP servers. The FTP component offers complete FTP functionality including the ability to transfer files, rename files, delete files, create directories, transfer directories recursively and more. The SFTP (Secure FTP) component offers all the features found in the FTP component with the added ability to encrypt FTP data using a secure SSH channel. Using the SFTP component you can be assured your data is protected as it travels over the Internet.
IP*Works! SSL Java Edition
IP*Works! SSL Java Edition consists of 15 pure Java beans, providing Secure Web Browsing, Secure Client, Secure Server, Secure Mail, Digital Certificate Management Capabilities, and a lot more. The current release consists of 15 SSL enabled components including: HTTPS, SOAPS, SMTPS, POPS, IMAPS, FTPS, LDAPS, NNTPS, TelnetS, IPPortS, CertMgr, etc.
IP*Works! Java Edition�
The high-performance Pure Java Beans in IP*Works! Java Edition contain everything a developer needs to add powerful connectivity to any application. IP*Works! includes more then 30 royalty-free controls implementing Internet Protocols such as: HTTP, FTP, SOAP, SMTP, POP, IMAP, SNMP, NNTP, XML, MIME, LDAP, Telnet, etc.
The EJBMaker is a tool for EJB developers writing applications for the WebSphere application server environment. The tool automatically generates source for CMP entity beans from a bean descriptor file written in XML, plus scripts used to create the required bean persistence tables in DB2.