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From: bu...@chirality.rsa.com (Burt Kaliski)
Subject: RSAREF and RIPEM now available via anonymous FTP
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Date: Wed, 6 Jan 1993 14:37:46 GMT
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RSAREF is now available via anonymous FTP to 'rsa.com'. Along with
RSAREF you can get RIPEM, Mark Riordan's RSAREF-based privacy-enhanced
mail application, and an Emacs command interface to RIPEM. See the
file 'README' in the FTP directory 'rsaref' for more information.

Sorry, U.S. persons only.

-- Burt Kaliski
RSA Laboratories











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