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SGC SuperCert - Automatic 128-bit set-up Encryption & SSL Certificate
thawte's new SGC SuperCert now automatically steps up to 128-bit encryption for certain end users with the Windows 2000 operating system who, in the past, would

128 bit  SuperCert - Automatic 128-bit set-up Encryption & SSL Certificate thawte's new SGC SuperCert now automatically steps up to 128-bit encryption for certain end users with the Windows 2000 operating system who, in the past, would not receive 128-bit encryption irrespective of the version of Internet Explorer used. The systems affected are those that shipped prior to about March 2001 and did not subsequently have Microsoft's High Encryption pack or Service Pack 2 installed. thawte's SGC SuperCert ensures

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