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OpenSEA Shows Off Open Source 802.1X Client

“Interop is often a time when new alliances are announced,
though some never amount to anything more than a press release. The
OpenSEA (Open Secure Edge Access) alliance, which was announced in
May just ahead of the Las Vegas Interop show, is trying to prove
that it’s more than just a one-shot announcement with its first
product release, debuting today ahead of this week’s Interop New
York 2007.

“The group is scheduled to release its Windows-based, open
source 802.1X client, known as Xsupplicant. The IEEE 802.1X
standard is a port-level authentication approach with security for
both wired and wireless users…”

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