Using the latest extension to Nortel's Entrust family of Web-based security tools, companies can issue their own X.509 certificates to all parties authorised to do business with them over the Internet.
Entrust/Web CA (Certification Authority)issues certificates that enable Web site owners to identify those accessing their servers and to send sensitive information only to trusted recipients.
Like the rest of the Entrust family, Web CA offers support for multiple browsers, primarily Navigator and Internet Explorer, and Web servers such as Netscape Enterprise, Commerce and Fast Track, Microsoft IIS, IBM Internet Secure and Open Market Secure Web. It also has a certificate directory, X.509 certificate revocation lists and online certificate status checking.
The product will be available in the first quarter of next year on Windows NT and for other platforms in the first and second quarters.
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