Sun unveils smallest secure Web server

Monday, 10 January 2005, 11:31 AM EST

Researchers from the Next Generation Crypto team at Sun Microsystems Laboratories have created the world's smallest secure web server. Nicknamed Sizzle (from SSSL for Slim SSL), this server is the size of a U.S. twenty-five cent coin and is designed to be embedded in a wide array of tiny devices (home appliances, light fixtures, utility meters, sprinkler systems, personal medical devices, temperature and pressure sensors) for secure monitoring and control across the Internet.

By Terry C. Shannon at SKHPC.

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