Re: Encrypted Video Conferencing? (fwd)

Lee Byung Seo (
Mon, 11 Mar 96 10:54:23 EST

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Comments by: Richard S. Campbell@DIRM ATS@Washington

Just snatched this of Usenet. Does Cornell or White Pine have any plans to
add encryption per the H.32x standards to their video conferencing, or is
this not seen as a problem?

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Date: 11 MAR 1996 12:47:54 GMT
From: Robert Blackshaw <>
Newgroups: comp.dcom.videoconf
Subject: Re: Encrypted Video Conferencing?

In article <>, writes...
>Does anyone know of any reason why video-conferencing (VC) systems should
>not be digitally encrypted? I am working with a client for whom
>confidentiality is very important. If we wind up using the Internet for
> VC, then they want it encrypted. Can CU-SeeMe be encrypted, like maybe
>with PGP?

I expect that if both ends agree upon the method, encryption should
be possible. I know that it is built into the H.320 suite. Rec. H.233
covers the encryption methods.


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