Lampitt, Warren; Ramsay, Dawna
September 1997
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;09/01/97, Vol. 157 Issue 5, p574
Academic Journal
Presents topics of interest relating to the Internet for September 1997. The mention of Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) Version 5.0 encryption utility by Phil Zimmerman for Email security; A discussion of security on the World Wide Web; How to tell if a Web site is secure; Precautions to ensure personal security in cyberspace; The addition of a MD Management's Practice Management site to CMA Online; Contact points. INSET: Cool site, by Ann Bolster..


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