A cool new desktop encryption product has been unveiled by Lexias, Inc. at RSA Conference 2000. With a simple and easy-to-use interface and affordable price, even novice Internet users can master the art of sending secure encrypted data. As security awareness heightens, Lexiguard may soon become as ubiquitous on desktops as Adobe Acrobat.
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RC2, RC4, or Blowfish, it works like butter. For you public keys, choose between algorithms RSA or Diffie-Helman, with a keysize of 512 up to 2048 bits. All encrypted files are self-signing, and there is no need for a Certification Authority intermediary. It supports LDAP, groups, Netscape 4.x, and IE 4.0, and 5.0 and has a command line interface for those UNIX geeks who have come to loathe GUIs with point-and-click-only attitudes. Market Impact VPNs have proved to be difficult to implement, even for the