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July 2000
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Security Spotlight

PageVault Links With Private Express

Authentica's PageVault service is now being offered as a companion to PrivateExpress digital courier service.

The addition of PageVault allows senders to retain control over attached documents, even after they have been delivered, the companies report.

Users can allow, or deny, recipients the ability to forward, print, copy/paste, or save attachments as clear text. Senders also can retrieve a document, even after it has been read, they note.

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REVS

Sophos Inc. and The WildList Organizational International have launched REVS (Rapid Exchange of Virus Samples), a new system that will enable members of the anti-virus industry to quickly and securely exchange "urgent" virus samples, such as Melissa.

It enables anti-virus developers worldwide to pool resources and expertise to fight rapidly-spreading viruses.

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Sony FIU-700

Sony Electronics Inc. has introduced its FIU-700 series fingerprint identification system, a credit card-sized biometric device that provides both authentication and data security, and is designed to make Internet transactions secure.

The technology takes the best of passwords, digital certificates, hardware tokens, smart cards and biometrics, and combines them into a standalone fingerprint verification device with public key infrastructure key generation.

It is designed for use with virtual private networks, e-commerce and other applications, and scans and matches fingerprints through a silicon-based sensor and a hardware-based pattern-matching algorithm, it says.

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COMSEC C31

COMSEC C31 can detect legal and illegal remote extension drawn loop wiretaps, reports Communications Security of Houston.

It can protect telephone, fax and computer operations, the company notes.

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