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 Cryptography Locks Down WAP and P2P

No matter what protocol or architecture you're using to broadcast data through the air, encryption can make that data safer. In this article, we'll examine some places where encryption can help secure wireless applications and networks, with a particular focus on WAP and P2P architectures. We'll also look at a J2ME application that uses cutting-edge cryptographical libraries to encode its data.

 (Submitted by Anonymous Tue Aug 19, 2003 )


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