Contributing to Acra #
Acra Community Edition is originally developed and supported by Cossack Labs. It is free and open-source, Apache-2.0 licensed. Acra Community Edition is widely used for both non-commercial and commercial projects.
If you’d like to contribute your code or provide any other kind of input to Acra, you’re very welcome. Every commit that goes into the master branch is audited and reviewed by security engineers from Cossack Labs, so don’t be surprised if it takes a bit long.
Please let us know in the GitHub Issues if you stumble upon a bug, see a possible enhancement, or have a comment on security design.
If you would like to fix a bug, please open a GitHub Pull request.
If you’d like to participate in the core development more deeply, get in touch.
Implementation assistance #
If you would like to receive a one-time or prolonged customised assistance in implementing Acra for the needs of your application, please get in touch with our sales team and describe your goals. We’ll do our best to assist you.
Data security consulting #
It takes more than just getting cryptographic code to compile to secure sensitive data. Acra won’t make you “compliant out of the box” with all the modern security regulations, and no other tool will.
We help companies plan their data security strategy by auditing, assessing data flow, and classifying the data, enumerating the risks. We do the hardest, least-attended part of reaching the compliance – turning it from the “cost of doing business” into the “security framework that prevents risks”. Consider getting in touch if you are looking for data security assistance.