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3Com Introduces Layer 3 Wireless LAN Security Solution  05 July 2000 
Source: TMCnet - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
3Com Corporation announced a simple yet powerful solution for securing data transmitted over a wireless local area network (LAN). The company's wireless secure tunneling solution adds seamless Layer 3 tunneling, authentication and encryption to the 3Com AirConnect 11Mbps Wireless LAN to . . .
Fingerprint scanning for smartcards  05 July 2000 
Source: ZDNet UK - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
The promise of combining fingerprint recognition with smartcards is now a step closer to being fulfilled. Norman Data Defense Systems -- one of the companies working on smartcard data security systems with Siemens and others -- announced it has succeeded . . .
Medusa DS9 Security System  04 July 2000 
Source: Linux Journal - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
The basic idea behind Medusa is really simple. Before execution of certain operations, the kernel asks the authorization server (Constable) for confirmation. The authorization server then permits, forbids or changes the operation. The authorization server and kernel talk to each other . . .
Trustix Secure Linux 1.1  30 June 2000 
Source: Trustix - Posted by Jen Olson   
Trustix AS, the leader in eBusiness Systems Management Solution for Linux, announces the release of Trustix Secure Linux 1.1, the preferred Linux distribution for eCommerce applications. Trustix Secure Linux 1.1 is primarily a maintenance release, however the new release does have . . . Pairs with LinuxSolve Inc. to Resell Industry's First Secure Server Appliances  29 June 2000 
Source: LinuxSolve - Posted by Ryan W. Maple   
... Under the terms of the agreement, obtains the rights to market, promote and resell LinuxSolve's line of Linux-based server applications, running firewalls/gateways, email, file, print and web server applications all managed via its browser-based tools through mid-2001.
Are the Password's Days Numbered?  29 June 2000 
Source: PC World - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
In the future, you'll have no need to remember passwords or PIN numbers. That's the vision presented by a handful of companies strutting their stuff in PC Expo's Biometropolis section. . . .
Check Point readies Secure Virtual Network  28 June 2000 
Source: Mark Mayne - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Check Point Software Technologies is set for Phase II of its Secure Virtual Network (SVN) architecture for e-business application security, claiming it has advanced its SVN architecture to provide a common security backbone for e-business applications, such as SAP, Oracle, Citrix, . . .
Secure messaging Hailed  27 June 2000 
Source: InfoWorld - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
CRITICAL PATH HAS detailed a suite of secure messaging services designed to help enterprises protect information assets such as engineering drawings, financial documents, and legal agreements transferred over the Internet. . . .
Raven SSL 1.5 for Apache  23 June 2000 
Source: PRNewswire - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Raven SSL 1.5 for Apache boasts added support for e-commerce. Covalent Technologies, Inc., the leading provider of Apache Web server e-commerce solutions, announced the availability today of the newest version of its security add-on for Apache, Raven SSL 1.5. . . .
Web Group Debuts Privacy Platform Prototype  22 June 2000 
Source: TechWeb - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
The World Wide Web Consortium debuted a long-awaited technology Wednesday that is intended to give Internet users more control over their personal information. The consortium's interoperability session in New York gave companies and privacy advocates the opportunity to add input . . .
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