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There are several ways to provide authentication and encryption support for external and internal protection, but one of the more cost-effective can be to use a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) link between clients and hosts, whether the clients are external Web clients or Windows-based clients inside the corporate firewall. SSL version 3.0 (and its Internet Engineering Task Force [IETF]-standardized version - Transport Layer Security [TLS] v1.0) provides for server and client authentication as well as strong encryption, thus helping assure that the clients are who they say they are and that the messages are encrypted between the clients and the hosts.
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