Re: end-to-end security
> "End to end" security is a pile of pants anyway. It's one of thosephrases
> people with no understanding of the issues mouth blindly hopingthey sound
> knowledgable. The lack of E2E security has not prevented commerceon the
> Internet, it shouldn't on WAP either.Comverse developed an End 2 End solution. the product work very good.
the Mega.Flow and the eXa.Flow can provide E2E.
- On Mon, 30 Apr 2001 idan@... wrote:
> Comverse developed an End 2 End solution. the product work very good.You missed the point of the disucssion. Transport layer security != end to
> http://www.comverse.com/solutions/mobi_sol.htm| Deliver WAP and IP-based value-added services to all device browsers
> the Mega.Flow and the eXa.Flow can provide E2E.
| with Comverse's eXa.Flow. Perfect for small and medium-sized
| enterprises, eXa.Flow features patent-pending conversion technology that
| enables ultrafast and reliable service, along with real-time security
| and transparent multiple-protocol support of standard WAP gateways. A
| stand-alone board device that can support a large number of subscribers
| concurrently, eXa.Flow ensures a superior cost/performance ratio.
Sounds like snake oil to me. Perhaps it's just appallingly bad copy
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