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December 25, 2006 at 21:48 in History of the internet | Permalink
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Funny you should mention keygen. Believe it or not it's still used. VeriSign's managed PKI services use this for non Microsoft IE browsers. This includes Netscape, Firefox and Lotus Notes ! I've had a bit of a experience with this over the years, collecting and passing it on to the CA.
December 26, 2006 at 20:37
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