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Re: [PEN-TEST] SealedMedia secured content?
From: GC <guy () CRYPTO ORG IL>
Date: Fri, 3 Nov 2000 19:58:46 +0200

Hi,

Christian Jensen <jensen () WELL COM> wrote:
Has anyone here evaluated the claims of SealedMedia.  They claim they can
secure your online content, whether it be html, jpg, mp3, pdf, etc., from
copying, printing, viewing the source, and downloading.  I know some
folks, such as Bruce Schneier, may scoff at anybody who thinks they can
maintain complete control of digital content once it leaves the server.  I
wonder if anyone here has had practical experience with this particular
company and the ability of its software to deliver as promised.

The company i work for does exactly this. Alltought we do it at the
entertainment field, the main concept of our product is to deliver our
costumers rich media, with control over the data. This is done by using
a container for the data, the web browser no longer deliver the data, but
the container. You centralize all the data you want to publish at one place
and deliver it using that container.


Thanks for your opinions,
  cj.


guy


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