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CRYPTO-Server 6.3 provides ATM-style access to system

updated 03:20 pm EDT, Mon September 19, 2005

CRYPTO-Server 6.3

for Mac OS X, its fully-integrated two-factor authentication solution for Mac OS X Panther and Tiger systems. The software is designed to positively identify all users attempting LAN, VPN (Apple or Cisco), or web-based (Apache) access. CRYPTO-Server 6.3 is specifically designed to fully integrate with Tiger's support for smart card environments, and couples something that is already present (a multi-function smart card, USB token, etc) with something known (a PIN) to provide secure LAN, web, and remote ATM-style "one-PIN-and-you're-in" authenticated access that mirrors the look and feel of the Mac OS X logon. CRYPTO-Server 6.3 is available for $350.




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