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XRamp Offers 256-Bit SSL Certificates

Discussion in 'General Discussions and Lounge' started by ovi, Feb 14, 2005.

  1. ovi

    ovi Guest

    XRamp Technologies, Inc., a provider of Digital Certificates, recently announced the availability of the first 256-bit digital SSL (Secure Socket Layer) certificates.

    According to XRamp, its 256-bit SSL certificates work with all browsers and servers capable of the new 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES-256) such as Mozilla Firefox web browser. The certificates are also backward compatible and will provide the maximum encryption available on software that do not yet support the new 256-bit standard.

    XRamp's 256-bit certificates are available for $128 per year. The 256-bit encryption is 3.4 times 10 to the 38th power times as strong, making it impossible to break with existing technology as well as any technology in the foreseeable future, claims the company.

    "We're pleased to see XRamp offering 256-bit encryption for web servers," said Mitchell Baker, President, Mozilla Foundation. "Firefox users can browse web sites with higher grade encryption certificates with increased confidence."

    "I am very proud that XRamp is at the forefront of the digital certificate marketplace," said Scott Harris, President and Founder, XRamp Technologies, Inc. "We have always focused on providing the best technology, support, and service for our customers and it is exciting to be the first SSL certificate provider to introduce a 256-bit certificate to the market."

    Source: news.webhosting.info/t-4357
  2. Lanre

    Lanre Guest

    This is impressive but someone told me that nothing developed by man is fool-proof :(
    Probably this will affect data transmission speed did they say anything about this?

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