1996-04-01 - Re: HP & Export of DCE

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From: Greg Rose <Greg_Rose@sydney.sterling.com>
To: David Weisman <weisman@osf.org>
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Message ID: <pgpmoose.199604010930.25543@paganini.sydney.sterling.com>
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UTC Datetime: 1996-04-01 04:35:58 UTC
Raw Date: Mon, 1 Apr 1996 12:35:58 +0800

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From: Greg Rose <Greg_Rose@sydney.sterling.com>
Date: Mon, 1 Apr 1996 12:35:58 +0800
To: David Weisman <weisman@osf.org>
Subject: Re: HP & Export of DCE
In-Reply-To: <9603272147.AA19461@oberon.osf.org.osf.org>
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  On Wed Mar 27, 1996, Perry E. Metzger wrote:

      Adam Shostack writes:

      > | Adam Shostack writes:
      > | > Well, if Leahy passes, DCE is exportable.

  DCE is exported today, although without the ability to encrypt application
  traffic.  Authentication and message integrity are in the export version.

Yes, but lest we miss the point, Anon's posting
was about FULL DCE, with the end-to-end security
option, unless I'm very much mistaken.


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