Open-source Group Gets Sun Security Gift
open-source group gets Sun security gift.
"Elliptic curve cryptography will enable secure communications with devices that don't have as much calculating power as most desktop computers, said Whitfield Diffie, Sun's chief security officer and a pioneer of the Diffie-Hellman "public key" cryptography method used today in SSL and other encryption systems. Diffie spoke Thursday during a news conference at the SunNetwork conference here."
(Submitted by Noel Fri Sep 20, 2002 )
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