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<h1>SRP News and Announcements</h1>
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<dt><b>12/11/98</b>
<dd>Version 1.4.4 of the SRP distribution is released,
along with a port of the SRP FTP client to win32.
<p>
<dt><b>4/8/98</b>
<dd><a href="http://www.columbia.edu/kermit/k95.html">Kermit95</a>,
v 1.1.16, is released with SRP support.
Kermit95 supports Telnet authentication and strong
session encryption under Windows 95/NT.
<p>
<dt><b>3/31/98</b>
<dd>Version 1.4.1 of the SRP distribution is released.
<p>
<dt><b>3/12/98</b>
<dd>The Secure Remote Password Protocol is officially presented at
the 1998 <a href="http://www.isoc.org/">Internet Society</a>
Network and Distributed System Security Symposium
(<a href="http://www.isoc.org/ndss98/">NDSS '98</a>).
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<dt><b>3/2/98</b>
<dd>Tera Term Pro, a native Windows 95/NT Telnet client,
is released with SRP support.
<p>
<dt><b>2/16/98</b>
<dd>Version 1.4 of the SRP distribution is released.
<p>
<dt><b>2/10/98</b>
<dd>The <a href="srp-dev.html">SRP-DEV</a> mailing list is created.
<p>
<dt><b>8/28/97</b>
<dd>The Stanford <a href="http://www-cs.stanford.edu/">Computer Science Department</a>
supports SRP on <a href="http://xenon.stanford.edu/"><code>xenon.stanford.edu</code></a>,
its main login server.
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<dt><b>8/27/97</b>
<dd>Final version of SRP (known as SRP-3 at the time) is
posted to <a href="news:sci.crypt"><code>sci.crypt</code></a>.
<p>
<dt><b>8/21/97</b>
<dd>SRP is submitted to the <a href="http://stdsbbs.ieee.org/groups/1363/">IEEE P1363 Working Group</a>
as a <a href="http://stdsbbs.ieee.org/groups/1363/contrib.html">contribution</a>
to the Public-Key Cryptography Standards (PKCS).
<p>
<dt><b>7/27/97</b>
<dd>Details of SRP-2 posted to
<a href="news:sci.crypt"><code>sci.crypt</code></a>.
SRP-2 was based on a composite modulus.
This was eventually discovered to be
an unsatisfying solution.
<p>
<dt><b>7/21/97</b>
<dd>SRP-1 is discovered to be plaintext-equivalent.
<p>
<dt><b>7/16/97</b>
<dd>Details of SRP-1 first posted to the newsgroup
<a href="news:sci.crypt"><code>sci.crypt</code></a>
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