November 1997
Network World;11/03/97, Vol. 14 Issue 44, p43
Trade Publication
Presents briefs concerning Internet applications in the United States, compiled as of November 3, 1997. Announcement of Certifax 3000 hardware device for encrypting fax transmissions from Certicom Corp.; Announcement of a network vulnerability scanner and mapping system product by WheelGroup Corp.; Release of an authoring tool from Sun Microsystems Inc. for creating Java applets and applications.


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