On Wed, 10 Apr 1996, Federico de la Mora Salazar wrote:
> Date: Wed, 10 Apr 1996 10:51:54 -0500
> From: Federico de la Mora Salazar <fmora @
> To: Firewalls @
> Cc: Private_User @
> Subject: FAX Servers Security
> I'm very interested in FAX Servers security and
> on the security of the FAX III protocol.
> Any comments will be greatly appreciated!
About Fax Servers Security, I have some information:
Convenient way to protect facsimiles and make certain they go only where
you want them to go.
Electronic keys verify your fax is sent where you intended. Establishes a
protected, closed network, and
eliminates the problem of transmission to wrong numbers. Can be attached
between any Group 3 fax
machine and phone jack. For large corporate networks NET KEY makes
implementation quite simple.
Touch-screen display makes the product simple to operate. Electronic
mailbox (Model 3710) stores
facsimiles until you are ready to retrieve them with your personal PIN
number. Generates an audit trail of
all facsimiles sent and received.
This are AT&T machines, and I think they're the best. You can found more
information (prices) at http://public.att.com/scs/docc.html
[7mJuan Carlos Machado Z.[0m jmachado @
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