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Security Update

SigabaSecure Protects E-mails

SigabaSecure software protects a user's e-mail with encryption, says Sigaba Corp. It works with a user's current e-mail address and encrypts all messages sent, even if the recipient does not subscribe to the service, says the San Mateo, Calif.-based company.

SigabaSecure lets users confirm mail receipt, shred keys, set time requirements delineating when a document can be open, and send their mail encrypted.

Sigaba handles all key management and encryption so the user does not.

The product is available for Microsoft Outlook Express 5.0 and Netscape Messenger 4.7, as well as Netscape Messenger, Microsoft Outlook 2000, Eudora, Yahoo Mail and other applications.

Information: Reader Response: 273.


BugAware is a "snoopware" detector for Windows to help users discover f they are being monitored, says KMCS. BugAware searches the user's computer systems and provides a list of all "snooping" applications and suspicious files. The Myersville, Md. company says it can find more than 64 applications, including "stealth" applications, and the target applications do not need to be running in order to be discovered.

Information: Reader Response: 274.

TinyTERM 4.1

TinyTERM is 1024-bit secure shell encryption technology from Century Software. It comes in three editions: TinyTERM Plus is for desktop PCs, and can be used to provide secure client-based access to UNIX and IBM hosts over a company Intranet.

The Web server edition provides Web-to-host access to UNIX hosts and IBM mainframes over the Web.

The Thin Client Edition provides Windows users access to data and applications from desktop computers and is compatible with Citrix MetaFrame and Windows NT Terminal Server Edition.

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Itronix X-C 6250 Pro

INV Soft-works, of Russia, says Kryptel 3.7 is a Windows 95/98/NT/2000 program that encrypts files.

It includes an integrated file shredder that deletes sensitive files in accordance with DoD 5220. 22-M specification.

Information: Reader Response: 275.

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