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Vendors/Products "Extending its reach to the rapidly growing electronic book market, RSA Security Inc. (NASDAQ: RSAS) today announced that Glassbook, Inc. has licensed RSA BSAFE® Crypto-C encryption software for its high-fidelity, online book-reading solutions. Glassbook's solutions enable consumers to access electronic . . . "Extending its reach to the rapidly growing electronic book market, RSA Security Inc. (NASDAQ: RSAS) today announced that Glassbook, Inc. has licensed RSA BSAFE® Crypto-C encryption software for its high-fidelity, online book-reading solutions. Glassbook's solutions enable consumers to access electronic books on their laptop or desktop PCs directly from online booksellers, publishers and distributors. Glassbook has embedded RSA Security Inc.'s technology into each component of its consumer and commercial software, including The Glassbook Reader, The Glassbook Plus Reader and The Glassbook Content Server. The combined solution is intended to provide publishers with a viable new channel for distributing e-books. "

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