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Security Roundup

DigiStamp Inc. reports that its digital time stamping software has been upgraded, and now incorporates newly-drafted international standards from the Internet Engineering Task Force.

The Dallas company says it has upgraded both its IP Protector for Desktop (that protects electronic records and intellectual property) and its SecureTime API Toolkit ( allows corporations to integrate existing software with DigiStamp's e-TimeStamp service).

Information: Reader Response no. 299.

Certia Inc. reports that has selected CerTrax Managed PKI Service as a platform to deliver confidential information. By embedding CerTrax into's applications, lawyers and other professionals can securely send data over the Internet, the companies explain. will use the technology in its Timesolv time tracking and billing service and in its Worksolve project management service.

Information: Reader Response no. 300.

Encryption Plus Hard Disk is now compatible with Windows 2000, reports PC Guardian, of San Rafael, Calif. It guards information on computer hard disks using the Blowfish algorithm and a 192-bit encryption key.

Information: Reader Response no. 301.

Finjan Software Inc. has unveiled its new Malicious Code Research Center, which will provide a forum for Internet users to view security research and news, access security FAQs, sign up for e-mail alerts, and submit code samples for evaluation.

Information: Reader Response no. 302.

Sanyo Security Products Division has introduced a new, high-resolution security system that includes a recorder, camera and monitor.

The DTL-4800 recorder can tape up to 960 hours, and the VCC-6574 color camera offers 520 lines of resolution. The VMC-8618 18-inch color monitor offers more than 800 TV lines of resolution.

Information: Reader Response no. 303.

The e-OPI Electronic OfficeDOCUMENT Protection Interface, from WinVista, integrates with Microsoft's Office suite, reports the Boca Raton, Fla. company.

It adds encryption and controls within Office documents, to prevent documents from being mailed, printed, copied or altered by unauthorized users.

Information: Reader Response no. 304.

Fuji Photo Film U.S.A. Inc. says that its DLTtapeIV data cartridges are now shipped with a new security seal, to protect product integrity and prevent tampering.

Information: Reader Response no. 305.

FoolProof Security 3.9.5 offers protection for the K-12 education market, and is compatible with Windows 95/98/ME. It was developed for teachers to offer secure and reliable computer environments in classrooms. From SmartStuff Software Inc.

Information: Reader Response no. 306.

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