6 July 1998

From: "Tim Skorick" <tskorick@hotmail.com>
To: jy@jya.com
Subject: Fwd: ANNOUNCE: Fortify now on MKLinux/LinuxPPC: 128-bit 
    Netscape crypto
Date: Mon, 06 Jul 1998 09:35:38 PDT

Thought you might be interested in this.  Fortify is a browser plug-in 
that forces the most secure connection that can be made to participating 


I am sending you this message because at some time during the last
few months you expressed an interest in having Fortify for Netscape
available on the Mklinux/LinuxPPC operating system.

Well, it took a while, but we got there in the finish!  A copy of the
announcement about its general availability follows:....


Sydney, Australia. (1 July, 1998).  Fortify for Netscape now supports
the MKLinux/LinuxPPC editions of the Netscape web browsers.  This 
support is available for both the version 4.04 and 4.05 browsers.

This functionality is available immediately, as part of the 
Fortify-1.2.5-unix-ppc distribution.  You can download this from the
Fortify web site, at http://www.fortify.net/, or from the Fortify 
mirror FTP sites (after propogation is complete).

Farrell McKay

About Fortify for Netscape:

Fortify for Netscape is a system that provides world-wide, 
unconditional, full strength, 128-bit encryption to users of Netscape's 
Web browsers. If you routinely use Netscape's export grade Web browsers 
(i.e. the ones that are available on the net), then you need Fortify. 

Fortify costs nothing to download and use. Nil. Zippo. Zilch.  It currently
supports most, if not all, of the non-beta versions of Netscape Navigator
(3.0x) and Communicator (4.0x), that have been released on the following

	DEC-OSF + Dec UNIX (Alpha systems)
	SGI Irix 5.x and 6.x (Mips systems)
	Sun Solaris 2.4 and 2.5.1 (Sparc systems)
	Sun Solaris 2.4 (Intel x86 systems)
	Sun SunOS 4.1.3_U1 (Sparc systems)
	BSD, FreeBSD, BSDI (Intel x86 systems)
	Linux-Elf and Linux-glibc2 (Intel x86 systems)
	MKLinux and LinuxPPC (PowerPC systems)
	Microsoft Windows 95 and Windows NT (Intel x86 systems)
	IBM OS/2 (Intel x86 systems)

Full details about availability, copyright, download sites, latest news,
and an FAQ guide can all be found at the Fortify web site:-



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