01-28-2008 02:50 PM CET - IT, New Media & Software
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Second Life: euroSLEX extends RISK API for maximum security

Press release from: euroSLEX
euroSLEX is protected by Linden Lab's RISK API
euroSLEX is protected by Linden Lab's RISK API
The customer's trust in the security of their transactions is the top priority for euroSLEX, the European trading platform for Linden Dollars. Says Iliana Suppan, managing director of operating company Virtual World Services GmbH: "To protect us and our customers from buying fraudulently obtained Linden Dollars, we use Linden Lab's 'RISK API'. However this is only a partial solution and therefore we extended it with own technology."

In addition, euroSLEX uses industry standards such as encrypted storage of passwords, a website protected by 128-bit SLL encryption, and also the communication of its in-world terminals with the server in encrypted. Talking about in-world terminals: euroSLEX terminals uniquely prove to euroSLEX customers they are genuine euroSLEX terminals by telling them the customer's username and a freely chosen secret number.

For the future, euroSLEX is dedicated to continued development of innovative technology that increases the security and trust of its customers.

Company: Virtual World Services GmbH
Address: Andreas-Hofer-Platz 7, 8010 Graz, Austria
Managing Director: Iliana Suppan
E-Mail: suppan@virtualworldservices.eu
Website: www.euroslex.com

About euroSLEX:

euroSLEX is the „European Second Life Exchange“, a true currency exchange for trading Linden$ against the Euro, British Pound, and Swiss Franc. The current price as determined by the market forces of supply and demand gives euroSLEX customers access to the best price available under current market conditions. The fully automatic trading platform at https://www.euroslex.com reduces manual intervention to a minimum, which means lowest commissions of just 0.5% to 2.5%, depending on trading volume. The service is operated by Virtual World Services GmbH, a real-world company registered in Austria with the mission to bring a new level of professionalism and trust to Second Life.

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