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Alexander G Dickinson, Mark D Rohrbach, Richard F Clayton, Gregory H Stark, Michelle Ferrante: Cryptographic server with provisions for interoperability between cryptographic systems. Security First Corporation, Preston Gates Ellis & Rouvelas Meeds, February 8, 2005: US06853988 (154 worldwide citation)

The invention is a cryptographic server providing interoperability over multiple algorithms, keys, standards, certificate types and issuers, protocols, and the like. Another aspect of the invention is to provide a secure server, or trust engine, having server-centric keys, or in other words, storing ...


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Alexander G Dickinson, Roger S Davenport, Mark S Ohare, Philip W Clough, Mark D Rohrbach, Richard F Clayton, James G Zoccoli, Gregory H Stark, Rick L Orsini, Michelle Ferrante, Aaron A Brooks: Server-side implementation of a cryptographic system. Security First Corporation, Preston Gates Ellis & Rouvelas Meeds, March 6, 2007: US07187771 (67 worldwide citation)

The invention is a secure server, or trust engine, having server-centric keys, or in other words, storing cryptographic keys and user authentication data on a server. Users access cryptographic functionality through network access to the trust engine; however, the trust engine does not release actua ...


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Alexander G Dickinson, Mark D Rohrbach, Richard F Clayton, Gregory H Stark, Michelle Ferrante: Cryptographic server with provisions for interoperability between cryptographic systems. Security First Corporation, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, August 18, 2009: US07577621 (8 worldwide citation)

The invention is a cryptographic server providing interoperability over multiple algorithms, keys, standards, certificate types and issuers, protocols, and the like. Another aspect of the invention is to provide a secure server, or trust engine, having server-centric keys, or in other words, storing ...


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Alexander G Dickinson, Mark S Ohare, Mark D Rohrbach, James G Zoccoli, Rick L Orsini, Aaron A Brooks, Roger S Davenport, Philip W Clough, Richard F Clayton, Gregory H Stark, Michelle Ferrante, Brian Berger, Robert T Dobson Jr: Electronic commerce with cryptographic authentication. Security First Corporation, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, November 17, 2015: US09189777 (3 worldwide citation)

A method for facilitating an authentication related to an electronic transaction between a first and a second user is provided. Authentication data is received from the first user along with transaction data defining the first user and the electronic transaction to be authenticated. This authenticat ...


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Alexander G Dickinson, Mark D Rohrbach, Richard F Clayton, Gregory H Stark, Michelle Ferrante: Cryptographic server with provisions for interoperability between cryptographic systems. Security First, Don J Pelto Esquire, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, July 23, 2013: US08494969 (1 worldwide citation)

The invention is a cryptographic server providing interoperability over multiple algorithms, keys, standards, certificate types and issuers, protocols, and the like. Another aspect of the invention is to provide a secure server, or trust engine, having server-centric keys, or in other words, storing ...


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Alexander G Dickinson, Mark D Rohrbach, Richard F Clayton, Gregory H Stark, Michelle Ferrante: Cryptographic server with provisions for interoperability between cryptographic systems. Preston Gates Ellis & Rouvelas Meeds, May 12, 2005: US20050102244-A1

The invention is a cryptographic server providing interoperability over multiple algorithms, keys, standards, certificate types and issuers, protocols, and the like. Another aspect of the invention is to provide a secure server, or trust engine, having server-centric keys, or in other words, storing ...


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Alexander G Dickinson, Mark D Rohrbach, Richard F Clayton, Gregory H Stark, Michelle Ferrante: Cryptographic server with provisions for interoperability between cryptographic systems. Don J Pelto, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, April 29, 2010: US20100104101-A1

The invention is a cryptographic server providing interoperability over multiple algorithms, keys, standards, certificate types and issuers, protocols, and the like. Another aspect of the invention is to provide a secure server, or trust engine, having server-centric keys, or in other words, storing ...