Standard speeds up certificate checks

Lieberwirth, Peter
March 2000
Network World;03/27/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 13, p43
Trade Publication
Discusses the development of the Online Certificate Status Protocol for electronic commerce transactions by the Internet Engineering Task Force. Checks on the validity of digital certificates; Ability of the OCSP to give users certificates online in real time.


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