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devSoft Provides Security with IP*Works! SSL 4

devSoft Inc. announced the shipment of IP*Works! SSL 4, a new addition to its IP*Works! Internet Toolkit. IP*Works! SSL introduces SSL and digital certificates to the IP*Works! components, providing Secure Web Browsing, Secure Client, Secure Server, Secure Mail, Digital Certificate Management Capabilities, and other functions.

IP*Works! SSL 4 consists of four editions: ActiveX, Delphi, C++, and C++ Builder. Each edition includes 11 components for secure Internet connectivity: HTTPS, SMTPS, POPS, IMAPS, FTPS, LDAPS, NNTPS, TelnetS, IPPortS, IPDaemonS, and CertMgr. They consist of security-enabled versions of the corresponding components in the IP*Works! Internet Toolkit.

The ActiveX Edition includes ActiveX controls optimized for the Internet. The C++ Edition consists of a C++ class library bundled into a DLL file. The Delphi and C++ Builder editions include native Delphi and C++ Builder VCLs integrated with the Borland Delphi and C++ Builder IDEs.

Contact devSoft, (919) 544-7770, www.dev-soft.com.

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