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6.1.6) Does Netscape use "regular" RSA libraries (such as BSAFE) or "custom" RSA code? More specifically, is Netscape using BSAFE 3.0?




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This article is from the Secure Sockets Layer Discussion List FAQ, by Shannon Appel SAppel@consensus.com with numerous contributions by others.

6.1.6) Does Netscape use "regular" RSA libraries (such as BSAFE) or "custom" RSA code? More specifically, is Netscape using BSAFE 3.0?

Netscape is a BSAFE source licensee. Much of the code in BSAFE 3.0
has been integrated into Netscape's products. However, the BSAFE API
is not available to plugins.

 

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