A Developer's Licence for the CryptoSys API costs US$159. One developer licence allows you to use the program on one developer PC and allows full incorporation into your applications for distribution to unlimited third parties world wide or within your organisation. Please read the licence.
This is NOT for the CryptoSys PKI Toolkit which provides asymmetric public key encryption and digital signing with RSA and X.509 certificates. For the differences between the two products, see CryptoSys Product Features. For more on the CryptoSys PKI Toolkit, see here.
You may evaluate the Trial Edition of CryptoSys API for free before you buy. All the functionality of the full Licensed Edition is available in the Trial Edition. Please make sure it does what you require before purchase.
We sell our products through our reseller, Kagi, who accept all major credit credit cards including American Express, Mastercard and Visa; PayPal, and other methods of payment including Purchase Orders, Wire Transfer, Money Order, Cash and Check: see other methods of payment below.
Note that the fee paid for the licence is purely for the licence and the right to download one copy of the software. You are assumed to have tested the Trial Edition and satisfied yourself that it works as you require.
Credit card statement:
Your credit card will be billed by INFO.KAGI.COM or GCBerkeley.kagi.com.
If you do not have a credit card or PayPal account, you can pay Kagi by wire transfer, money order, cash or check.
Kagi makes an extra charge of US$25 for these methods of payment, and your Licence ID details are not released until funds are cleared. This may take some time for Kagi to process and clear. With bank transfers, make sure the correct amount is deposited into Kagi's account after bank fees en route.
For more details about payment methods, please contact Kagi directly.
Licenced owners may download the CryptoSys API Developer Version here.
Check the integrity of your CryptoSys API software here.
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If you have a problem with your payment, please contact Kagi directly.
This page last updated 6 May 2013