A free way to establish identity

July 1999
Network World;07/05/99, Vol. 16 Issue 27, p58
Trade Publication
Proposes the use of digital signatures as a way to control unsolicited commercial e-mail or spam. Use of digital signatures to establish the identity of the e-mail sender; Need to establish a way to authorize digital certificate issuers; Factors that are expected to boost the demand for digital certificates.


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