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LinuxPR: Two new strong encryption options for LinuxPPC version of Netscape

Oct 20, 1999, 00:28 (0 Talkback[s])

"Software updates browser with 128-bit crypto; U.S. and international solutions available."

"In a rare combination of events, LinuxPPC Inc. and Fortify Inc. both released software that strengthens the encryption technology in the LinuxPPC version of Netscape Communicator. Between the two releases, LinuxPPC worldwide users can enjoy strong 128-bit encryption in their Netscape browser."

"The two updates differ widely in their form and availability. LinuxPPC's update is in the form of an entirely new version of Netscape that has 128-bit encryption built in. However, it is only available for download inside the U.S. and Canada. Fortify's software upgrades a user's existing browser, and is available to everyone outside (and inside) the U.S."

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