sponsored by VeriSign, Inc
Posted:  01 Mar 2005
Published:  01 Sep 2006
Format:  PDF
Length:  3  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
Most Web and network security professionals are aware of Secured Sockets Layer (SSL) Certificates and the critical part they play in a comprehensive Web security platform. Yet, many of these professionals have little or incorrect understanding of an extremely important protocol within SSL. That protocol is Server Gated Cryptography, or SGC.

This white paper details the effect SGC has on the encryption levels your site can offer to its visitors. You will learn which client systems connect at which encryption levels and how to offer the strongest encryption available to each site visitor. Read this paper and learn more about:

  • Key differences between encryption levels
  • How browsers and operating systems affect encryption levels
  • Two important levels of SSL encryption
  • And much more

Certificate Authorities | Digital Certificates | Encryption Standards | Internet Security | Internet Security Software | Public Key Encryption | Public Key Encryption Software | SSL | Web Browsers

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