March 27, 1997 6:15 PM ET
Developers prep security, collaboration at JavaOne
By Maria Seminerio

  Next week's JavaOne conference will feature a slew of development tools, applications and security solutions, including announcements from encryption software maker Finjan Software Ltd. and tools developer Contigo Software Inc.

Finjan will roll out its SurfinGate 2.0 tool for protecting against hostile Java code, according to company officials. The new version adds support for Java Development Kit 1.1 and will run on Unix systems.

SurfinGate 2.0 will offer control of digital signatures and certificates at the gateway level, allowing for customized control over applets' access to networks, said officials at Finjan, in Santa Clara, Calif. The product will begin shipping next month. Pricing has not been announced.

Contigo next week will introduce its Attache tool kit of Java APIs for the company's Itinerary Web Presenter collaboration product.

Attache will allow developers to build Java-powered applications for Itinerary, which serves as a collaborative engine for existing applications, company officials said. Itinerary is being aimed at intranet developers across a variety of industries, said officials at Contigo, in San Diego.

The Itinerary product is now shipping , priced starting at $199, and Attache is set to ship in June, according to the company. A free version of Attache will be available, and another version, priced at $249, will include early access to pre-released Contigo software, E-mail support, and a listing in the company's Itinerary Developer's Directory.

Finjan can be reached at Contigo is at

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