1. ANNOUNCE: Fortify for Netscape v1.2.1; worldwide 128-bit encryption
Sydney, Australia. (25 Oct, 1997). Fortify for Netscape, version 1.2.1,
with support for strong e-mail encryption (S/MIME) and 1024 bit RSA keys
has now been released.
Fortify for Netscape is a system that provides world-wide, unconditional,
full strength, 128-bit encryption to users of Netscape's Web browsers.
If you routinely use Netscape's export grade Web browsers (i.e. the ones
that are available on the net), then you need Fortify.
This new version supports two significant improvements to the strong crypto
in the 4.x Netscape web browsers - namely long RSA keys (1024-bits) for key
generation, and strong S/MIME encryption for your e-mail messages.
These improvements are in addition to the 128-bit SSL services already
provided by Fortify. The release is of importance to all new and existing
users of Fortify.
Version 1.2.1 is available on both Unix and Windows 95 and NT immediately.
Fortify costs nothing to download and use. Nil. Zippo. Zilch. It currently
supports most, if not all, of the non-beta versions of Netscape Navigator
(3.0x) and Communicator (4.0x), that have been released on the following
Mips SGI-Irix 5.x and 6.x
Sparc Sun-Solaris 2.x
Sparc Sun-SunOS 4.1.3_U1
x86 BSD, FreeBSD and BSDI
x86 Microsoft Win95 and WinNT
Full details about availability, copyright, download sites, latest news,
and an FAQ guide can all be found at the Fortify web site:-
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