eToken middleware now available for Linux and MAC OS.
Worldwide Computer Products News-19 January 2006-eToken middleware now available for Linux and MAC OS(C)1995-2006 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD LTD 1 Laron-type dwarfism 2 Leukotriene D 3 Long-term depression, see there 4. Long-term disability http://www.m2.com
The eToken Middleware for Linux 3.60 and eToken Middleware for MAC OS 3.60 has been made generally available by Aladdin Knowledge Systems Aladdin Knowledge Systems NASDAQ: ALDN is a company that provides solutions for software digital rights management and Internet security since 1985. Its corporate headquarters are located in Tel Aviv, Israel. (Aladdin) (Nasdaq:ALDN), a Software Digital Rights Management (DRM (1) (Digital Radio Mondiale) A digital audio broadcasting (DAB) system for AM radio in Europe. See HD Radio.
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Aladdin's eToken is around the size of a house key and provides portable, safe information access, improved security, password and ID management and secure mobility of digital credentials, certificates and keys. It is used for applications including secure VPN (Virtual Private Network) A private network that is configured within a public network (a carrier's network or the Internet) in order to take advantage of the economies of scale and management facilities of large networks. , web sign-on, network logon, secure e-mail, single sign-on.
According to Aladdin, the software enables interaction between eToken smart card authentication and computers running on Linux or the MAC OS, offering support for secure token-based strong authentication and PKI solutions. The company claimed it offers unequalled support for organisations working with Linux and MAC OS systems, allowing secure PKI solutions to be implemented for Linux and MAC OS users alongside Windows users.
Aladdin said eToken now supports the following PKI operations on the Linux and MAC OS systems - importing digital certificates to eToken Email signing and encryption, certificate-based (SSL v3) secure Web authentication, certificate-based VPN authentication and thin client authentication.
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