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ATLANTA — Talk about traction. Digital Resolve, a veteran provider of risk-based authentication tools to credit unions and other financial services outfits, now is offering its protections to millions of users of Microsoft browsers and toolbars.

The Atlanta-based company (www.digital-resolve.net) has signed a formal data-provider agreement with the software giant to provide data feeds from its Trusted Server technology to current users of the Windows Live Toolbar and the legions of users expected for the upcoming release of Internet Explorer 7 for Windows XP Service Pack 2 and Windows Vista.

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