Checkpoint® - Documents, Chrome, Web Pages


Author: John Dickson CCS
Editor: Will Dickson, CCS
Version: 1.6.0
Date: 25 June 2007

Published by:

Caversham Computer Services Ltd

1A, Kidmore Road
United Kingdom

Checkpoint Platform Architecture
Checkpoint Commander Plus
BeeTree Database Management
256-bit AES Cryptography

Checkpoint® is a registered trademark of Caversham Marketing Services Ltd.

Checkpoint Command Centre and the Checkpoint 'exclamation mark' logo, Checkpoint Commander, Checkpoint Commander Plus, and the Checkpoint Commander 'three stripes' logo, Checkpoint Information Engineering Workbench, the 'red dot spider' logo, and the 'scream' logo, CRAITS and the CRAITS 'caduceus' logo, Oxbow and the Oxbow 'omega' logo, BeeTree and the 'bee in a tree' logo, Chainmail, Chameleon, COBRA, Cyclops, CIRCE, CXD, and the 'blowfish' logo, are trademarks of Caversham Computer Services Ltd.

All other trademarks are the property of their owners, and are acknowledged.

Credits and Acknowledgements

We owe an immense debt of gratitude to:

These technologies are all used within Checkpoint, and without them the evolution and integration of the present Checkpoint Platform Architecture would have been impossible.

Further thanks are due to JavaZoom, JCraft, Tritonus and the jFLAC team for their Free libraries, which allow the Checkpoint Commander audio player to play Ogg Vorbis, MP3 and FLAC files.

Thanks are also due to Moxiecode Systems AB for their development and free distribution of the TinyMCE WYSIWYG HTML editor, and to Rodrigo Reyes for the JSmooth Java wrapper kit for Windows.

We would also like to acknowledge Paul Lutus for the development and free distribution of Arachnophilia, the Java text editor which has become one of the key components of the Checkpoint Information Engineering Workbench.

Finally, we would like to thank Mark Wooding, Gregory G Rose and other sci.crypt regulars for their advice (particularly concerning Message Authentication Codes), without which the Checkpoint Platform Architecture would be a lot less secure than it is.

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Authored in CXD using Checkpoint Information Engineering Workbench   
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