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PRNewswire: PrivacyX.com Releases Anonymous Browsing OpenSource Code

Nov 15, 1999, 19:45 (0 Talkback[s])

"PrivacyX.com, the world's first issuer of anonymous digital certificates, announced today the primary release of the OpenSource Anonymous Browsing source code. PrivacyX.com is calling upon Internet Security professionals around the globe to participate in this Net-revolutionizing project...."

"The OpenSource Anonymous Browsing Project is an initiative to build an open and secure, anonymous Web-based proxy system that prevents unauthorized Web sites from collecting user information and allows Internet users to surf the Net without having to compromise their personal privacy. Experience of the Internet community has shown that the best way to produce safe, secure, user empowering code is through the Open Source method. With the browser source code being authored by the community for the community, there will be many more minds and talents at work to ensure the code is the best and most reliable code it can be."

"The source code is now available online for anyone to download and review, make suggestions, and submit code revisions. The source code falls under an Open Source approved license, GNU GPL, meaning that anyone who wishes to run their own installation of the code on their Web site may do so royalty-free."

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