Covalent Technologies announces release of Raven SSL 1.4.0Mar 31, 1999, 15:25 (1 Talkback[s])
Lincoln, NE March 31, 1999, Covalent Technologies, Inc., the leading provider of e-commerce solutions using the Apache web server platform, announces a new version of its Raven SSL security add-on for the Apache web server.
Enhancements include DSO module support for easier server maintenance and incorporation of other Apache modules, as well as easier integration into an Apache web server. Raven SSL 1.4.0 includes Apache 1.3.6 support, a new certificate management interface, and many new configuration options. Distributions include a complete binary Apache server distribution and pre-patched Microsoft FrontPage support. Numerous platforms are supported, including AIX, Linux, Solaris, SGI IRIX, QNX, FreeBSD, and Digital UNIX. Windows NT and Data General support will soon be released.
"We're excited about the changes in this newest version of the Raven SSL module," said Randy Terbush, founder and CEO of Covalent Technologies. "Our ability to offer popular solutions for commercial enterprises using the Apache web server for e-commerce and other secure data applications is only a precursor to some of the other products we hope to announce in the next quarter."
Founded in 1994, Covalent Technologies is based in Lincoln, NE, and is a leading provider of commercial software and support for the Apache web server platform. Introduced in 1996, the Apache web server was developed through the collaborative volunteer efforts of programmers from around the globe and is now the server of choice for more than 50 percent of the world's web professionals. Covalent Technologies is a founding member of the Apache HTTP Project, and continues to assist in the development and direction of the Apache web server software effort.
The Raven SSL module is used by such industry leaders as Federal Express, AT&T, Bell Atlantic, Hewlett Packard, and NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. More information about the Raven SSL module, including a free 30-day evaluation copy, is available at: www.covalent.net.
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