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Security Operating Systems BSD

OpenSSL Gets Cryptography Gift From Sun 217

Kataire writes "C|Net posted this story about how Sun Microsystems' has donated 'elliptic curve' encryption technology, (developed by Whitfield Diffie of Diffie-Hellman public key fame) to the OpenSSL project. This potentially means better encryption for lighter-weight systems such as PDAs."
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OpenSSL Gets Cryptography Gift From Sun

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