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- Crypto law keeps WebTV in U.S. Rodger, Will // Inter@ctive Week;11/4/96, Vol. 3 Issue 24, p12
Focuses on retailers' inability to export WebTV, the first Internet service specially designed for the television, because of export restrictions on encryption in the United States. Concerns on data security; Government's opposition to the exporting of encryption technology.
- NFast/KM improves Web performance. Edwards, Mark Joseph // InfoWorld;08/24/98, Vol. 20 Issue 34, p36D
Evaluates nCipher Corp.'s nFast/KM Accelerator encryption tool. Benefits of the tool to businesses with encrypted Web server; Capabilities and uses; Compatible Web servers.
- Tales from the crypto. Bracco, Terre // Network World;05/22/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 21, p71
Evaluates the Rainbow Technologies CryptoSwift 600 and nCipher nForce 300 Cryptographic Accelerator. Functions and features; Key specifications; Capability to support data encryption transactions; Ease of use; Scalability; Overall performance.
- Speedier encryption. Berinato, Scott; Kerstetter, Jim // PC Week;07/14/97, Vol. 14 Issue 30, p19
Describes nFast, a cryptographic acceleration board from nCipher Inc. The board's use for accelerated encrypted transaction processing; The processes use in World Wide Web security and commerce servers; Price.
- CryptoSwift board speeds commerce. Berinato, Scott; Kerstetter, Jim // PC Week;04/28/97, Vol. 14 Issue 17, p35
Discusses the CryptoSwift encryption accelerator board from Rainbow Technologies Inc., part of a full electronic commerce hardware and software package. Capabilities; Protocols it can accelerate including Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Secure Electronic Transaction (SET); Performance...
- CryptoSwift II's performance gains run a close second to nFast/KM's. Edwards, Mark Joseph // InfoWorld;08/24/98, Vol. 20 Issue 34, p36D
Evaluates Rainbow Technologies Internet Security Group's CryptoSwift II, a OCI-based add-on card that off-loads the processor-intensive computations involved with encrypted communications. Capabilities and uses; Compatible Web servers; Covered encryption methodologies; device drivers.
- A Ping-Pong Quantum Dialogue Scheme Using Genuine Four-Particle Entangled States. Gao, Gan; Fang, Ming; Wang, Yue; Zang, Da-Jin // International Journal of Theoretical Physics;Oct2011, Vol. 50 Issue 10, p3089
Based on the genuine four-particle entangled state (Yeo and Chua in Phys. Rev. Lett. 96:060502, ) and the ping-pong protocol (BostrÃ¶m and Felbinger in Phys. Rev. Lett. 89:187902, ), an efficient quantum dialogue scheme is proposed. Since some subtle methods are employed, the information...
- Unencrypted Backup Tapes ‘Still The Norm’. // Database & Network Journal;Dec2005, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p18
The article discusses the survey conducted to companies in Great Britain regarding back-up encryption. According to the survey, only 30 percent of respondents said that their corporate security policy included back-up encryption. Respondents saying that their back-up encryption was actually...
- Centura secures embeddable database. Hammond, Mark // PC Week;03/08/99, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p108
Reports on Centura Software Corp.'s SQL Base, which is the company's first embeddable database to offer built-in strong encryption with separate 56-bit and Triple data encryption standard (DES) versions. Details and features of SQL Base SafeGarde and SafeGarde Masx.