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This week Apple announced that it will open its Cryptographic Libraries for third-party developers in an attempt to convince them to create more secure applications. Third-party developers will have access and the Common Security Framework crypto libraries of Apple, which have code encryption, security certificates, and management of public and private keys, along with other security protocols.

This is the second time in the recent history of Apple, when the company opened its code to outside developers. In June the company announced it will open its Swift programming language. Swift is not yet open, but Apple said it will happen before the end of the year.

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