Proprietary fixes for WAP security gap

Chan, Tony
February 2000
Telecom Asia;Feb2000, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p20
Trade Publication
Cites the technical issues concerning the wireless application protocol (WAP) technology. Incorporation of Wireless Transport Layer Security; Need for another form of encryption at the section of the network between the gateway and server; WAP security solutions.


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