BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–June 25, 2001–At the USENIX Annual Technical Conference this week, cryptographer Don Davis, formerly with Shym Technology and now a security architect for Curl Corporation, will present a paper on “Defective Sign & Encrypt in S/MIME, PKCS#7, MOSS, PEM, PGP, and XML.” This paper will outline the inherent risks involved in current secure-mail systems due to a significant cryptographic flaw. All current public-key-based secure-mail standards including PGP and S/MIME have this flaw. Mr. Davis will deliver the paper at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 28.
USENIX is the Advanced Computing Systems Association. The USENIX Annual Technical Conference is the premier forum for computing professionals to share the results of their latest and best work, develop new ideas and solutions, and connect with their colleagues.
–What: USENIX Annual Technical Conference
–When: June 25-30, 2001
–Where: Marriott Copley Place Hotel, Boston, MA
For more information about the USENIX Annual Technical Conference visit: www.usenix.org/events/usenix01/
About Curl Corporation
Curl Corporation enables Web content providers, creators of e-commerce sites and programmers to develop and deploy next-generation Web pages and applications by providing full application-level functionality and a substantially richer, more interactive user experience. Curl’s client-side processing capability significantly boosts performance and dramatically improves the online experience for conducting business, supporting e-commerce and enhancing entertainment. The Curl technology substantially reduces file sizes typically associated with rich media. This allows for faster downloads at a cost lower than standard Web content delivery. Curl, located in Cambridge, Mass., was founded by a team of internationally renowned computer scientists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. For more information, visit www.curl.com.
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