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IP*Works! OpenPGP V9 Released

If you can make it past the slashes, asterisks, and exclamation marks then you might be able to decipher news that /n software inc. has updated its IP*Works! suite of programmable Internet components.

The provider of web development tools and components describes IP*Works! as a means of eliminating the complexity of developing connected applications by providing programmable components that facilitate tasks such as sending email, transferring files, browsing the web, and consuming XML web services.

IP*Works! OpenPGP is a suite of components for email encryption and document security. It implements the OpenPGP standard for encryption and decryption and includes support for OpenPGP key generation and management.

Found inside here are security tools so that developers can get access to OpenPGP enabled components for encryption, decryption, signing, signature verification, key management, and self-decrypting archives.

There is strong encryption and robust enterprise-class security with support for powerful encryption algorithms including AES256, IDEA, BLOWFISH, etc. OpenPGP Keyring Management includes an OpenPGP-compatible key manager component for creating and managing keys and keyrings.

The company says that its tools provide a uniform, intuitive, and extensible design with a common component interface across platforms and technologies. Detailed documentation is included with hundreds of sample applications, fully-indexed help files, and royalty-free licensing.

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