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Description: Genie Eyes-Only is a professional easy-to-use security software that safeguards valuable data and prevents unauthorized access to confidential information using multiple levels of the thoroughly-tested Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) that is used by the U.S. Government organizations and security experts worldwide.
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PGP Inventor Shows VoIP Encryption Tool Phil Zimmermann, creator of the Pretty Good Privacy email encryption app, demoed a prototype of his Voice over Internet Protocol security program for attendees at the Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas on Thursday.
Microsoft's Yukon Gets Encryption Protection Database administrators running SQL Server can look forward to a bit more free time and less worries about unauthorized access to sensitive data files, thanks to new database features announced by Microsoft Corp. at its TechEd 2004 conference on Tuesday .