> Of course folk outside the U.S. are stuffed anyway, until a decent
> non-U.S. based browser (not limited to 40bit RC4) comes along.
> I don't think there is any interest in any govt anywhere to see this issue
> solved to the satisfaction of net users though.
has anyone checked out fortify?
freely available, & uncripples various versions of netscape navigator
& communicator to give 128-bit crypto.
ianal, so don't take my word that it's ok to download from all over
the globe. the current oz law is that enabling technology
falls under the export restrictions, but electronic transfer is ok.
the software was developed in oz.
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"Another matter which must be left to your escort in restaurant dining
is any communication with the waiter. If you want something that is
not on the table you never ask the waiter direct, but ask your escort
if he will ask the waiter for it."
Dining Out - Book 3, Woman's World, circa 1964.