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Re: SA: Confidential Communication on the Internet

No I think you did. The main point I guess was that there system acomplished
athentication, as well as privacy. But like I said lite on the technical 
side. And I agree, it spent more time talking about what it encryption,
public keys exchange, and certificates, than answering what diferent in 
their system than any of the otehr out there.

 On Fri, 17 Nov 1995, michael shiplett wrote:

>   This seemed to be a duplication of an X.509 certificate hierarchy:
> ``Hey, I don't know who you are but you have a seals which go back to
> a CA I trust.'' In this respect the information seemed unworthy of an
> article in SA.
> Perhaps I did not read the article closely enough?
> michael

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