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PRNewswire: RSA Security Licenses Linux Security Software to Macmillan USA, Inc.

Jan 10, 2000, 23:30 (0 Talkback[s])

"Macmillan's New Secure Web Server Product Protected by RSA BSAFE SSL-C Security Software."

"RSA Security Inc. (Nasdaq: RSAS), the most trusted name in e-security, today announced that Macmillan USA, Inc. has signed an agreement to license RSA Security software for use in a Linux- based secure Web server the publisher plans to include in several of its upcoming Linux software products. In addition to licensing RSA BSAFE(R) SSL-C security protocol components, Macmillan has contracted RSA Security's Professional Services organization to perform the actual implementation of this Linux-based secure Web server product."

"This license and services agreement is intended to allow Macmillan to achieve important time-to-market benefits while greatly simplifying the development of their new Linux-based secure Web server product by obtaining the secure protocol, the underlying cryptography and efficient, cost-effective implementation from a single vendor. In addition, RSA Security's Professional Services consultants are working with Macmillan to review their business needs and implement an appropriate security strategy for future Linux products."

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