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  • CertAgent

    CertAgent is a self-contained, and easy-to-use Certificate Authority. With separate web-based enrollment and administration interfaces, it allows you to issue X.509 certificates to your employees and business partners, maintaining them in an integrated, externally accessible LDAP repository.... Read More
  • Cryptographic Development Kits (CDKs)

    ISC CDKs are flexible, cost effective libraries of linkable cryptographic modules that allow you to add encryption, digital signatures, and message authentication to any application. They reduce the cost of developing secure applications by applying readily available, commercially supported,... Read More
  • CSPid

    CSPid is a virtual smartcard that maintains a central repository for X.509 certificates and private keys. It provides a secure environment for cryptographic operations that nearly all security-enabled applications can access via Java, PKCS#11, or Microsoft CAPI. It is available for, and... Read More
  • Document Access Servlet

    ISC’s Document Access Servlet (DAS) is a customer-hosted web service that performs asymmetric private key operations (such as decryption, signing, or key agreement) on behalf of properly authenticated users. Typically the users are members of a group that may be thought of either as a community... Read More
  • SecretAgent

    SecretAgent is the world's leading file encryption and digital signature utility. Interoperable across a wide range of platforms (Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, and most UNIX systems), it's the perfect solution for your data-at-rest or data-in-transit security requirements, regardless of the size of... Read More
  • SpyProof

    Concerned about the security of your sensitive data but find file encryption too time consuming? Imagine a virtual disk drive (implemented as a Windows device driver) that automatically encrypts all data written to it and transparently decrypts that data for any application as long as it's... Read More
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