Kerberos may soon protect cellphones

Monday, 24 September 2007, 10:42 AM EST

Kerberos, a 20-year-old computer security technology with MIT roots, is about to be turbocharged for the mobile Internet era.

Officials at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where the Kerberos network authentication protocol was born in the 1980s, are set to launch the MIT Kerberos Consortium Thursday morning at the institute's Stata Center.

At Boston.com

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