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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Security Label-Based Authorization in Directory Services

    Security Labels provide an important mechanism for controlling access to information in many high security environments, and are also useful in environments with lower security requirements. This paper provides a reasonably detailed description of how security labels and clearances work, both in general and in LDAP/X.500 directory services, while attempting...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Operating XMPP Over Radio and Satellite Networks

    XMPP, the Internet Standard eXtensible Messaging and Presence Protocol is being widely adopted for Instant Messaging (IM), Group Chat and Presence services in military networks. This paper starts by looking at the military tactical requirements for IM, Group Chat and Presence. It discusses briefly why XMPP is ideal for these...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Messaging Protocols for HF Radio

    Messaging is important for military and other deployments of HF Radio. Formal Military Messaging (STANAG 4406) over HF Radio is described in this Paper Military Messaging over HF Radio and Satellite using STANAG 4406 Annex E. This paper looks at: How to optimize STANAG 4406 messaging for point to point...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Using Security Labels to Control Message Flow in XMPP Services

    XMPP (the Internet Standard eXtensible Messaging and Presence Protocol) is widely used by military and government organizations with stringent security requirements. It is critical to ensure that sensitive information is not sent to inappropriate individuals or domains. Security Labeling is the mechanism of choice for handling sensitive information in high...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    XMPP, M-Link and Directory

    Isode provides both directory and XMPP server products, and the approach for M-Link (Isode's XMPP Server) and associated management tools is to make maximum use of directory. This paper describes how M-Link makes use of directory, and explains why this close integration of XMPP and directory is beneficial. The key...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Operating XMPP Over Radio and Satellite Networks

    XMPP, the Internet Standard eXtensible Messaging and Presence Protocol is being widely adopted for Instant Messaging (IM), Group Chat and Presence services in military networks. This paper starts by looking at the military tactical requirements for IM, Group Chat and Presence. It discusses briefly why XMPP is ideal for these...

    Provided By Isode

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Using Security Labels to Control Message Flow in XMPP Services

    XMPP (the Internet Standard eXtensible Messaging and Presence Protocol) is widely used by military and government organizations with stringent security requirements. It is critical to ensure that sensitive information is not sent to inappropriate individuals or domains. Security Labeling is the mechanism of choice for handling sensitive information in high...

    Provided By Isode

  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    XMPP, M-Link and Directory

    Isode provides both directory and XMPP server products, and the approach for M-Link (Isode's XMPP Server) and associated management tools is to make maximum use of directory. This paper describes how M-Link makes use of directory, and explains why this close integration of XMPP and directory is beneficial. The key...

    Provided By Isode

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Messaging Protocols for HF Radio

    Messaging is important for military and other deployments of HF Radio. Formal Military Messaging (STANAG 4406) over HF Radio is described in this Paper Military Messaging over HF Radio and Satellite using STANAG 4406 Annex E. This paper looks at: How to optimize STANAG 4406 messaging for point to point...

    Provided By Isode

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Security Label-Based Authorization in Directory Services

    Security Labels provide an important mechanism for controlling access to information in many high security environments, and are also useful in environments with lower security requirements. This paper provides a reasonably detailed description of how security labels and clearances work, both in general and in LDAP/X.500 directory services, while attempting...

    Provided By Isode