AOL merging AIM with crypto

Callaghan, Dennis
May 2002
eWeek;5/20/2002, Vol. 19 Issue 20, p31
Focuses on the integration of AOL Instant Messenger from America Online Inc. with the encryption technology from VeriSign Inc. in the U.S. Key features; Specifications; Applications. INSET: It's a start.


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