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Diversinet Signs Agreement

Diversinet announced it has signed a licensing agreement with BCNEPA for Diversinet's MobiSecure' Wallet and Vault security products

TORONTO -- Diversinet Corp. (OTCBB: DVNTF), a leading provider of mobile authentication security and access solutions, today announced it has signed a licensing agreement with Blue Cross of Northeastern Pennsylvania (BCNEPA) for Diversinet's MobiSecure' Wallet and Vault security products, also announced today. Based on Diversinet's MobiSecure soft token technology, the MobiSecure Wallet and Vault products will deliver the required HIPAA-compliant security to provide BCNEPA members an advanced new medical care service offering immediate, universal access to personal medical records by individuals and health care providers through their mobile phones, handheld wireless devices and personal computers. Initially, Diversinet will deliver this solution for 100,000 users over the first half of 2007. The solution will eventually be offered to all BCNEPA members (approximately 600,000) in 13 counties in Northeastern and North Central Pennsylvania.

"We are excited to offer the MobiSecure Health solution to our BCNEPA members and providers. The solution will make personal health records secure and available anytime, anywhere which supports our mission to make quality health care affordable," said Drew Palin M.D., chief development officer of BCNEPA. "Secure portability of medical records at the time of care, the convenience and peace of mind in being able to receive fast and secure coverage confirmation - all accessed securely through a mobile device - make the MobiSecure Health solution a trendsetting product that will enable our members to take control of their health care information."

Diversinet Corp.

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