JNBridgePro 10.1 adds new security features including SSL communications, class whitelisiting, and IP whitelisting.
A vulnerability has been recently discovered when using JNBridgePro with the TCP/binary or HTTP/SOAP channels. JNBridge has implemented an IP whitelisting mechanism to address this issue.
“JNBridgePro’s performance far exceeded our expectations. It provided a 3-fold increase in our deployment efficiency over our previous IKVM-based solution. In addition, JNBridgePro offers an easy-to-use interface for our customers.”
If you’ve looked at our new .NET Core components for JNBridgePro, you’ve probably noticed that there are a lot of new DLLs with names like Microsoft.Extensions.Configuration.dll. What’s up with that?
For .NET Core-to-Java projects, you’ll need to use a proxy generation tool associated with .NET Framework. Why, and what are we going to do about this?