What's new in the Past
- June 11, 2007
- Camellia is supported as the cipher for SSL communication on our server, supposing that web browsers supporting Camellia appears in the future.
- June 11, 2007
- Please note that we will suspend our website from June 28th to July 3rd, because of machine maintenance.
- June 4, 2007
- Please note that we will suspend our website from 10:00(JST) to
18:00(JST) on June 11th, because of machine maintenance.
- April 11,2007
- Please note that we will suspend a home page from 18:00(JST) on April 27th
to 10:00(JST) on May 1st, because of the brownout in our office.
- December 5,2006
This website was unavailable from December 5, 5:00 to December 5, 13:00 due to a equipment failure.
We sincerely apologize to those who tried to access this website for this period.
- October 18,2006
- Please note that we will suspend a home page from 18:00(JST) on October 20th to 10:00(JST) on 23th, because of the brownout in our office.
- March 16, 2006
- PSEC-KEM is adopted for the first time as the ISO/IEC international standard cipher (ISO/IEC18033-2).
- April 19, 2005
- PSEC-KEM was certified as the IETF standard cipher (Proposed Standard) for XML security URIs (RFC4051).
- March 25, 2005
- Homepage was renewed.
- June 10, 2004
- IETF began the final process for publishing the Proposed Standard RFC for adding PSEC-KEM to XML security URIs.
- February 27, 2003
- The NESSIE project announced the final selection of crypto algorithms and PSEC-KEM was included in the NESSIE portfolio recommended cryptographic primitives.
- February 20, 2003
- PSEC-KEM was included in the list of cryptographic techniques for the use of Japanese e-Government systems, which was published by Ministry of Public
Management, Home Affairs, Posts and Telecommunications and Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. The cryptographic techniques on the said list were selected based on the evaluation results by the Cryptography
Research and Evaluation Committees (CRYPTREC).
- September 24, 2001
- PSEC was selected as one of the crypto algorithms for the 2nd phase of the NESSIE project.
- April 17, 2001
- Announcement of Royalty-free Licenses for Essential Patents of NTT Encryption and Digital Signature Algorithms including PSEC.