S/MIME is ready to help secure e-mail today

Friday, 3 February 2006, 2:42 AM EST

The S/MIME system for sending secure e-mail was developed by RSA Security in the 1990s and adopted as an Internet standard by the Internet Engineering Task Force in 1998. Today, support for S/MIME is built into a wide variety of e-mail systems, including Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, Lotus Notes, Apple Mail, Eudora 7 and even the Linux Evolution mail client.

At CSO.

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