January 2001
Networks Update;Jan2001, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on United States-based VPNet Technologies Inc.'s receiving of certification for their VPNos 3.0 operating system under the International Computer Security Association Laboratories 1.0A IPSec security standards. Powering of VPNet's line of VSU series of virtual private network gateways.


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