PKI security for Win2000

Baltimore Technologies is to incorporate its securityproductsinto Microsoft's Windows 2000 platform in a bid to drive public key...

Baltimore Technologies is to incorporate its securityproductsinto Microsoft's Windows 2000 platform in a bid to drive public key infrastructure (PKI) technology into the small and medium-sized business market.

Daniel Thomas.

Baltimore's Solutionplus for Windows 2000 enables the use of its Unicert PKI product, version 3.5 of which was released last week. It is the first third-party PKI product to integrate fully with Windows 2000, supporting all the operating system's desktop security features without the use of any additional client software.

Paddy Holohan, executive vice-president of marketing at Baltimore, said, "For organisations deploying Win2000, Unicert 3.5 provides the highest level of desktop e-security, without the need for additional client software."

Observers say Windows 2000's PKI features have a limited ability to work beyond the Microsoft environment, which has discouraged companies from adopting it.

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