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To: ilh1 who wrote (156)9/29/1998 12:20:00 PM
From: ilh1
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Financial Intranet, Inc. Today Announced the Appointment of Joseph F. Engelberger to Its Board of Directors

ARDSLEY, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 29, 1998--Financial Intranet, Inc. (OTCBB:FNTN - news) today announced the appointment of Joseph F. Engelberger to its Board of Directors.

Joe Engelberger is the founder and was the first president of Unimation, Inc. His background includes B.S. and M.S. degrees from Columbia University, and he has authored numerous articles in the instrumentation field and in the field of robotics. His 1980 book entitled Robotics in Practice, with a forward by Columbia classmate Isaac Asimov, has been translated into six languages. In 1989, his latest book, Robotics in Service, was published simultaneously in the United Kingdom and the United States.

Honors include the Progress Award of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers, the Leonardo da Vinci Award of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and the 1982 American Machinist Award. The University of Liverpool bestowed the first McKechnie Award on him in 1983. In 1984, he was elected to the National Academy of Engineering; he was the recipient of the Egleston Medal for distinguished engineering achievement from Columbia University. Honorary doctorates have come from the University of Bridgeport, Spring Garden College, Briarwood College, Trinity College and Carnegie-Mellon University. In
1992, he was profiled in the London Sunday Times series on The 1000 Makers of the 20th Century. In January 1997, he received the Beckman Award for pioneering and original research in the general field of automation. He is the 1997 recipient of the highest Japanese technology honor, the Japan Prize, for the establishment of the robot industry.

Michael Sheppard, President and Chief Operating Officer of Financial Intranet, said ''We are very fortunate to be able to draw from Joe Engelberger's expertise in emerging technologies, and in particular, in artificial intelligence. Mr. Engelberger also has years of experience serving on Boards of both start-up, bulletin board companies to serving on the Boards of NASDAQ companies with heavy commitment to video technology.''

Mr. Engelberger, often called the Father of Robotics, is generally considered to have been the driving influence in the creation of the industrial robot industry. The Robotics Industries Association annually presents Joseph F. Engelberger Awards to ''persons who have contributed outstandingly to the furtherance of the science and practice of robotics.''

Mr. Engelberger is currently serving on the Board of Directors of EDO Corporation (NYSE:EDO - news). In the past, he served on the Boards of the Anderson Group, Cooper Instrument and Information International. Additionally, Engelberger is the Chairman of HelpMate Robotics Inc. (formerly known as Transitions Research Corporation). The mission of HRI (OTCBB:HELP - news) is to give robots a spectrum of sensory perception so that mobile, sensate robots can work shoulder to shoulder with human mentors in service activities. The company's flagship product is HelpMate(R) a robotic hospital courier, installed in over 80 U.S. hospitals as well as in Europe and Japan. Engelberger's new cause celebre is a two armed, mobile, sensate and articulate robot that could be a servant-companion for elderly cognitive but mobility impaired individuals.

Financial Intranet, Inc. has established the nation's first proprietary, secured, on-demand data and video financial information network that links the brokerage and mutual fund industries together and connects both to the individual investor.

Contact:

Financial Intranet, Inc., Ardsley
Michael Sheppard, 914/693-5060
Fax: 914/693-5059
msheppard@fntn.com

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To: ilh1 who wrote (158)9/30/1998 2:29:00 PM
From: ilh1
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AETI has over 40 million dollars in contracts to Date, All Lawsuits Dismissed:

***Dec. 4/ Contract with X-Border Communications Inc., a Canadian reseller specializing in information security and telecommunications products. The agreement is for 3 years and enables X-Border Communications, Inc. to act as a reseller and will market AETI's product in the province of Manitoba and to Canadian Telecom companies nationwide. The agreement calls for a minimum of 4.5 million dollars over 3 years. The agreement could exceed 10.5 million dollars over its term of 3.5 million dollars a year.

***MISSISSAUGA, Ontario - Jan. 22 - Ken Andruski, President and CEO of Advanced Encryption Technology of Canada, Inc. (OTC BB: AETI), announced today the signing of a distribution contract in Europe with MidiSonic S.L. The 3 year agreement enables MidiSonic S.L. to distribute the Access Denied Suite of data security products throughout Spain and Portugal.

The agreement has a potential of $11 million over 3 years with a minimum of $2 million during the first year. Initial shipments will begin in the first quarter.

***MISSISSAUGA, Ontario - Jan. 22 - Ken Andruski, President and CEO of Advanced Encryption Technology of Canada, Inc. (OTC BB: AETI), announced today the signing of a distribution contract in Europe with MidiSonic S.L. The 3 year agreement enables MidiSonic S.L. to distribute the Access Denied Suite of data security products throughout Spain and Portugal.

The agreement has a potential of $11 million over 3 years with a minimum of $2 million during the first year. Initial shipments will begin in the first quarter.

***MISSISSAUGA, Ontario - March 16 - Ken Andruski, CEO of Advanced Encryption Technology of America, lnc. (OTC BB: AETI), today announced the signing of a distribution agreement with Chrysalis-ITS of Ottawa.
The multi-year agreement gives AETI the rights to sell the Chrysalis-ITS suite of data security products in Europe and Latin America.

The agreement has the potential of 6.5 million dollars over three years and is expected to generate 2.5 million dollars in revenue during the first year. Initial shipments will begin during the second quarter of 1998.

***LONG BEACH, Calif. - April 14 - Steve Fox, president of Advanced Encryption Technology of America (OTC BB:AETI) is pleased to announce the immediate release of the company's new Access Denied Virtual Disk
Encryption System for Windows NT, for the United States.

This revolutionary product dynamically creates Virtual encrypted disk partitions on the hard drive of a notebook or desktop PC or server without the need for additional hard disk partitioning software. All directories or files stored in the Virtual encrypted disk are transparently decrypted when opened by the application program and encrypted when saved by the application.

The Access Denied Smartcard provides secondary and tertiary levels of security by removing the encryption keys and passwords from the computer itself and storing them on the smartcard, making sensitive data unhackable.

***LONG BEACH, Calif. - April 21 - Steve Fox, President of Advanced Encryption Technology of America, Inc. (OTC BB:AETI) announced today the signing of 40 million dollars in contracts since December of 1997. The contracts range from one year to three years, with the 40 million dollars being generated over the life of the contracts.

***LONGBEACH, Calif. - May 15 - Steve Fox, President, Advanced Encryption Technology of America, Inc. (OTC BB: AETI) announced today the signing of a Multi - Licensee agreement with Solar Technologies, Inc. of Sudbury, Ontario, Canada.

***LONG BEACH, Calif. - June 1 - Steve Fox, President, Advanced Encryption Technology of America, Inc. (OTC BB:AETI) announced today that Advanced Encryption Technology Europe B.V. (a wholly owned subsidiary of Advanced Encryption Technology of Canada, Inc.) has signed a major software development contract.

AETI Europe B.V. will develop software for a major Fortune 500 European Bank. This newly developed software will integrate AETI's Smartcard Technology, using its PKCS #11 functionality, with various financial applications to ensure the security of computer data. "We feel that this contract is just the beginning of a very long and profitable relationship with the very popular European Banking Community." says Mr. R. Weijman, Managing Director of AETI Europe B.V.

***LONG BEACH, Calif. - June 15 - Steven Fox, President of Advanced Encryption Technology of America, Inc. (OTC BB: AETI) announced today the release of AETI'S Windows/95 "Access Denied" Encryption Product to
the marketplace. "With this release, we feel that our Design Philosophy, Robust Encryption, Dynamic Mount/Dismount Capability, Integration with Windows NT/95 Logon, Seamless Smart Card Support, Two-Level Administration and Centralized Control gives us a Strong and Unique Solution to the Information Security Problems facing all Governments and Corporations, throughout the World," says Mr. Fox.

***LONG BEACH, Calif. - June 23 - Steven Fox, President of Advanced Encryption Technology of America, Inc. (OTC BB: AETI) announced today the signing on June 18, 1998 of a co-development contract with a major
European Military organization to enhance their encryption processes. The terms of the contract cannot be made public, however, the duration is for a period of four months. "We are expecting that the project will be completed on schedule and within the required specifications, which would lead to a significant order of the highly successful software encryption package developed by AETI," say Mr. Fox.

***LONG BEACH, Calif. - June 29 - Steven Fox, President of Advanced Encryption Technology of America, Inc. (OTC BB: AETI) announced today the signing of a Multi-Licensee agreement for their "Access Denied" Win95(TM) software and Smartcard Token with The Ontario Clean Water Agency, a Provincial Crown Corporation.

***ONG BEACH, Calif. - July 13 - Steve Fox, President of Advanced Encryption Technology of America Inc. (OTC BB: AETI), announced today the signing of an agreement to provide computer security to the Vancouver Stock Exchange (VSE). "We are excited about the agreement with the VSE. We feel that this agreement lends considerable credibility to our AccessDenied suite of encryption products," says Mr. Fox.


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To: ilh1 who wrote (158)9/30/1998 3:03:00 PM
From: ilh1
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ARDSLEY, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 30, 1998--Financial Intranet, Inc.
announced today that its plans to acquire International Data Broadcasting Corporation (IDB) have changed.

After conducting thorough due diligence on IDB's existing business and current status in the paging market, FNTN is instead negotiating a marketing agreement with the Brandon, FL. based quote-alert service. Upon completion, the marketing agreement will allow FNTN to actively market and sell the IDB WatchDog product through its sales force, Intranet and Internet Web Site.

Michael Sheppard, President and Chief Operating Officer of FNTN, said, ''Our initial interest in IDB was fueled by our efforts to continuously offer Broker/Dealers new technology and products. By not purchasing IDB outright, we are able to accomplish this initial objective while continuing to look at other appropriate acquisition opportunities.''

Financial Intranet, Inc. has established the nation's first proprietary, secured, on-demand data and video financial information network that links the brokerage and mutual fund industries together and connects both to the individual investor.

Contact:

Financial Intranet, Inc.
Michael Sheppard
410 Saw Mill River Road
Ardsley, N.Y. 10502
914/693-5060

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To: ilh1 who wrote (160)9/30/1998 10:51:00 PM
From: ilh1
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FNTN company visit & Understanding the FNTN - Seimens Relationship:

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To: don roberson (6954 )
From: Wally
Wednesday, Sep 30 1998 11:02AM ET
Reply #6961 of 7014

Don & ALL:IMPORTANT INFO - My trip to FNTN - Part 1 - Overview (or Happy Birthday Tomato):

On Monday night, I had a 3-1/2 hour meeting with Financial Intranet at their Ardsley, New York facility.

Michael Sheppard & Maura Marx talked to me about contracts; how remuneration actually works and how much in real dollars a typical contract means. We talked about Form 10s, form 144s, IDB, trade shows, competitors, the internet site, the intranet site, missed timelines, sales, sales staffs, management expansion, press releases (and the lack thereof), other vertical markets beyond finance, predictions about the future of the comapany, video status, advanced charting status, children, Vienna in the Spring and much more. I even asked Michael what his favorite color was. It was a trick question to loosen him up and get him to accidentally tell me something he wasn't otherwise ready to share. FYI - Blue. Same with Maura. They kept their cool and preserved their secrets (most of them).

Before my visit, I viewed Financial Intranet as a tiny little high-risk BB startup company with a great idea, limited equity funding, a limited quantity of people (but with lots of brains), good contacts and a prayer.

After my visit:, I view Financial Intranet as a tiny little high-risk BB startup company with a great idea, limited equity funding, a limited quantity of people (but with lots of brains), good contacts and an answered prayer. READ ON.

Near the end of our interview I asked what I thought was just a feel-good fluff question. One for the road. "What does 'Strategic Partner' mean to you and how does it differ from "supplier?"

Michael said "I think Siemens already answered that question for you, but let me answer by saying a supplier sells you a box and that's the end of the connection." I replied, "Well, I once bought an audio console from Siemens' Neve division for my recording studio. They sold me the box and then hung around for a week to set it up. Is that what you mean by partner?"

Michael answered "No, Siemens is here to stay." I said "Why would they just STAY (thinking aloud).. unless they are involved with FNTN on a much deeper level? Do they have a financial stake in FNTN?" Michael replied "Siemens has no financial stake in the company". I asked "Does Siemens own shares in FNTN" To which he replied "I have no intimate knowledge of anyone (at Siemens) owning shares." Michael was thoroughly enjoying torturing me as I tried desperately to pry well beyond my business, even if I was a stockholder. I think he honestly felt sorry for me when he had to answer with a "no comment" or a "soon" or "very soon." to many of my more pointed or loaded questions. The "very soons" became almost a form of merciful concession.

It was nearing 7:30PM (I had been there since 4 o'clock) and Michael asked me if I'd like to see the computer room. I responded with a tired but sincere "yes, please." Then, I got what I was looking for.

We walked down the halls past countless other hi-tech companies who share the converted pharmaceutical company headquarters with Financial Intranet. Down the interior steps we went, past more businesses (including a potential future associate we met in the hall) stopping at an understated entrance door at the end of yet another hi-tech laced hallway.

The door to the computer room swung open revealing an extremely complex array of computer machinery inside a "clean room." Sitting by terminals connected to the myriad of metallic brains were two engineers. Michael introduced me.

As the techs turned around to shake my hand I noticed the words "Siemens Pyramid" embroidered on their shirts. "So you guys actually exist" I joked. One of them replied "Well, actually we need new shirts. We'll just be called 'Siemens' as of October 1st. They were working on a complex back-up system. It included standard UPS safety from spikes, brown-outs and blackouts, but also utilized multiple simultaneous mirrored disk protection. The plan is to design a system that has enough safeguards to insure data safety and security while providing a stream of almost uninterruptable service. These fellows speak a language that quickly went beyond my comprehension, but it was music to my ears.

Michael and I retreated to the upstairs office where we continued to talk about Siemens and why they stay for dinner. It was in the closing minutes of our meeting that I wore them down enough to further define the scope of the relationship between FNTN and SIEMENS.

From what I was told FNTN is currently working with various International divisions of Siemens. Down the road, the vision for FNTN product roll-out could span from The US to individual European markets and all the way to the Pacific Rim. Maura quickly qualified my World domination dream by saying "Today, our concentration and focus is on the American financial sector."

I asked how they intended to reach such an expansive market with their limited means. The answer was - "outsourcing". Incentivizing top salespeople with commissions - educating and exciting them about the uniqueness of the products offered.

Michael said "We're currently using Siemens resources from around the world." Maura added " Siemens overseas is aware of us and they are watching our development, because they're interested in our future .. we are working with a number of International divisions of Siemens including Germany, France, Belgium, Canada and the US. Siemens presence all over the world is certainly a help".

The success of FNTN is apparently very important to Siemens because FNTN will become a model for future Siemens inroads. On this point Michael said "They (Siemens) understand our business plan... We are the launch and become the showcase for Siemens in this country. "

Maura summed up the relationship with this comment, " With their (Siemens) extremely deep pockets and commitment to the success of Financial Intranet, they'll continue to supply the ongoing technological reach. It will keep Financial Intranet ahead of the curve. (Siemens') development of new technologies will allow us to unveil new services that will be beneficial to our customers."

Based on my own DD over the last few weeks and culminating with Monday's meeting, it is my conclusion that we have invested in a company run by good, talented & honorable people. Financial Intranet is comprised of a handful of very smart, very connected people from various and critical trades - from financial to video to sales.

Siemens supplies the technology. Financial Intranet supplies the applications.

Thanks for your time.
More to come.

Wally

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To: ilh1 who wrote (159)10/1/1998 12:06:00 PM
From: ilh1
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SHARE NUMBERS for AETI:

These are the certified share numbers as of 7:00 P.M. eastern time 9/2/98:

1) TOTAL SHARES AUTHORIZED 25,000,000
2) TOTALSHARES OUTSTANDING 11,023,506
3) TOTAL RESTRICTED SHARES 6,834,860
4) TOTAL SHARES IN FLOAT 4,188,646
(outstanding minus restricted)


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To: ilh1 who wrote (160)10/2/1998 10:05:00 AM
From: ilh1
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Advanced Encryption Technology of America Releases "Stealth Drive" Business Wire - October 02, 1998 09:46

LONG BEACH, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--0ct. 2, 1998--Steve Fox, president of Advanced Encryption Technology of America Inc. (OTC BB:AETI) Friday announced Stealth Drive. Stealth Drive is a simplified version of the company's flagship product, AccessDenied Secure Desktop Suite.

" Stealth Drive will give the average user the power of a premium security solution at a fraction of the cost," said Fox. "Today, important data is becoming more vulnerable then ever, with dangers such as theft of notebooks, and malicious attacks through the Internet, compromising data security.

"Stealth Drive protects the user from these various threats by isolating the important data in encrypted virtual drives, without involving the sophisticated operations required in other comparable security software," Fox added.

Stealth Drive protects the user's data through the latest encryption technology. The program lets the user create virtual drives to store encrypted data. All encryption operations are performed on the fly. Only the user, with the appropriate password, can see the virtual drives to store encrypted data. All encryption operations are performed on the fly.

Only the user, with the appropriate password, can see the virtual drives and access the encrypted data. The user can use virtual drives like a normal disk: adding directories and/or files and moving data between normal and virtual drives. Furthermore, the encrypted disk image can be stored on a local hard drive, a network drive, or a backup media.

Stealth Drive is now ready for distribution. It will be available in early October from AETI's Web site and its authorized resellers, for a retail price of $34.95. Stealth Drive will also be distributed through selected OEM partners.

The product can be upgraded to the enterprise-ready AccessDenied Secure Desktop Suite. It is anticipated that revenues of $2 million to $5 million would be achieved in the first year.

Advanced Encryption Technology is a developer, manufacturer, licenser/licensee and supplier of cryptographic software and hardware solutions to militaries, governments, Fortune 500 customers and consumers.

The company's AccessDenied Suite of products capitalizes on leading edge smartcard and software technology, which presents customers with cost-effective, high-performance data security solutions. AET continues to be a leader in the cryptographic field with its technology advancements.

Advanced Encryption Technology Holdings has sales offices in Mississauga, Ontario; Ottawa, Ontario; Long Beach, and Arnhem, the Netherlands.

Note to Editors: News and information are also available on the World Wide Web at aeti.com.

CONTACT: Advanced Encryption Technology of America Inc.,
Long Beach
Steve Fox, 888/292-2344
or
Advanced Encryption Technology Holdings Inc.
Ken Andruski, 905/848-3666
aeti.com
or
Columbia Financial Group Inc.
888/301-6271 (Brokers and Analysts)

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To: ilh1 who wrote (161)10/2/1998 8:46:00 PM
From: ilh1
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Chapter One; Understanding FNTN and Siemens:

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To: Prosperous Soul (7107 )
From: Wally
Friday, Oct 2 1998 4:00PM ET
Reply #7110 of 7123

Prosperous and ALL: The one thing that I must stress is that FNTN is as important to Siemens as Siemens is to FNTN.

At first glance, that may appear to be an incredulous statement. Siemens the multi-billion dollar giant needing little FNTN. let me present this scenario. It's borrowed from real life:

As I sit here, fantasizing.... Here's the outline for the first chapter of a book I'm writing. It started out as a mystery and is rapidly moving into NON-fiction. No title yet. The first chapter is called "The Strategic Partners" Tell me if you like it.

Siemens is one of the largest companies in the world, yet they have had virtually no presence in the United States, the most lucrative market in the world for technology. So Siemens starts calling on their US contacts.

One of those contacts, Michael Sheppard, has just been given the tap to be president of FNTN, an upstart high-tech financial company out of New York City, the Financial Capital Of The World.

Siemens is looking for high-potential start-ups in the US to showcase Siemens technology in the untapped American market. They want to help such a company hit a "home run" thanks to Siemens' technology. If successful, it will help gain them market entry and positive notoriety among the thousands of US companies seeking a high-tech edge.

Financial Intranet is an up-start company founded by a Wall Street broker and a video expert with a track record in bringing out High-tech IPOs.

To make their plan work, FNTN needs cutting edge technology. They don't want to sell their concept to a larger company. They're looking for the "home run." to make the investment worthwhile. Thanks to Michael Sheppard's stellar relationship with Siemens, the two companies begin to have meetings.

Very quickly Siemens grasps FNTN's concept and embraces their business plan. The companies recognize the synergies in their business strategies and "partner" their combined strengths in sales and technology. Siemens and Financial Intranet publicly announce their new "Strategic Partnership."

After two years of hard work, the fruits of their labor are about to be realized.

If you like it so far,
Stay tuned for Chapter TWO
(working title "Oh Happy Day")

It's being written now.
Wally

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To: ilh1 who wrote (161)10/2/1998 8:51:00 PM
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Important info regarding the New Board of Director at FNTN:

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To: Tomato Man (7092 )
From: Jim Porter
Friday, Oct 2 1998 5:01PM ET
Reply #7119 of 7124

Tomato Man and et al: I'm sure all of you have already made the following connection;
nevertheless, I thought I would pass it along anyway.

From the FNTN Press Release (Sept. 29, 1998):
"....Mr. Engelberger is currently serving on the Board of Directors of EDO Corporation
(NYSE:EDO)
."

NYSE: EDO (Yahoo Finance):
quote.yahoo.com

Profile of EDO (Also click on "Company News" and notice the various
contracts EDO has received):
biz.yahoo.com

Guess who else is a Director of EDO!

EDO Insider Trading:
biz.yahoo.com

There are several good things about this (IMO):

1. Look at the history of the stock price (high, low, and trends) of EDO from 1988 to
the present. quote.yahoo.com

2. The Insider Trading report shows Michael Hegarty has a history of buying stock
(exercising options in EDO), not selling stock.
biz.yahoo.com

3. The statistics of EDO (Last Update: Oct. 1, 1998) look good:
biz.yahoo.com

What does all of this mean?

In my opinion, it reaffirms the fact that all of the management at FNTN know what they
are doing. It shows us that some of them have done it before and - they can do it again
.

Naturally, this is all simply my opinion and everyone should do their own research and
not rely on information furnished by another FNTN stockholder - such as my self.

Best wishes and good investing (bargin hunting),

.......-jp


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To: ilh1 who wrote (163)10/2/1998 10:54:00 PM
From: ilh1
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Understanding AETI: Questions and Answers, O/S & Float info:

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To: swedelo (287 )
From: R.Lui
Friday, Oct 2 1998 9:29PM ET
Reply #292 of 293

To Swedelo & all regarding the reply #258 (posted by swedelo). I got the replies from Ken Andruski through the help of CFG Joel, I faxed the post to Joel & then he faxed me back later for the answers that he got from Ken. Here are the following:

Q): the exact relationship between AETI America & AETI Canada?
A): AETI Canada exports all the shipments to the countries other than US. AETI US can't export outside US because of the government restriction.

Q): A detailed rundown of signed. and in affect contracts with an estimate of revenue streams that are currently being realized for same. More specifically is cash flow negative or positive at this time and why?
A): Please read the attached sheet for contracts ( REMARK: It was announced on April 21, Advanced Encryption Technology, Inc. Signs $40 Million In Contracts), we have a large contracts with a Switzerland bank, contract with Belgium army, Vancover Stock Exchange, & with Ontario Clean Water Agency. No specific numbers on these contracts. But they will report specific financial number by the end of this month....But these contracts so far are worth *******OVER 50 MILLION*******.

Q): Any update on the state of potential sales that are being discussed (no specifics, simply a number of prospective clients (no names please) as this would be unethical, if not illegal). In other words, how aggressive is your marketing & sales department at this point in time?
A): The management team at AETI is going aggressively after fortune 500 companies, military establishment & major governments worldwide. At this point in time, all the fortune 500 companies have been contacted several times about their encryption needs.

Q): What, if any, new product advances are being researched and developed?
A): They want to be #1 in this industry, currently developing 168Kbits.

Q): The possibility of alliances being formed with OEM's to incorporate their product at the box building level as per there announcement of NT/5 dated June 15.
A): Windows 98 is adaptable. More announcements would be followed later this month.

Q): Management Visions for the future, in both marketing arenas & possible upgrades through R&D
A): Visions for the future, getting 10-12 more contracts signed for next year, can't give out specific names; R&D makes the encryption technology to custom fit the clients' needs

Q): How to market the new stealth product?
A): As far as marketing the new stealth product is concerned, people will be able to buy it on the internet next week & they will advertise it on the different web browsers.

Also, Joel said that shares outstanding 11 million, public float 3 million with no debt.

Sai, thanks for the cc arrangement. Swedelo, the answers to your questions can help us to understand more about AETI & prepare us for the cc.. Anyone who has anything to share with us is highly encouraged to post it on this thread as it is for all people interested on knowing more about this stock, please no hype, no off-topic & no personal attack, it is a team work.

Have a happy trading.

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To: ilh1 who wrote (164)10/5/1998 10:25:00 AM
From: ilh1
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Financial Intranet Launches Advanced Charting

ARDSLEY, NY--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 5, 1998--Financial Intranet, Inc. (FNTN) is pleased to announce that it has launched Phase One of its advanced charting service. This package will enable the users to interface and establish many of their own parameters in addition to The time-tested defaults that FNTN has set for the initial release. The indicators FNTN has initiated with the first phase are primary indicators and we will continue to add more over time.

Phase I and all additions to FNTN's charting service are being developed under the direction of Kevin M. Haggerty, consultant to the Company. Mr. Haggerty is also currently developing a technical market data section for FNTN.

Michael Sheppard, President and COO of FNTN said ''the technical market summary section will be of major interest to investors, money managers and traders alike. In addition to the data, we will provide - on a timely basis - an education series on trading and investing that we expect to be one of the premier free services on the Internet. Kevin Haggerty's expertise in this area is invaluable. Investors will have a unique opportunity to learn the technical strategies of a 28-year veteran of the securities industry.''

Financial Intranet, Inc. has established the nations first proprietary, secured, on-demand data and video financial information network that links the brokerage and mutual fund industries together and connects both to the individual investor.

Contact:

Michael Sheppard
Financial Intranet, Inc.
Voice: 1.914.693.5060
E-mail: msheppard@fntn.com


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