Breakthrough Encryption Solution Selected for Debut at Hacker Halted Conference

    Date14 Oct 2010
    CategoryCryptography
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    Posted ByAlex
    At the 2010 Hacker Halted Conference in Miami on October 13, 2010, SECNAP Network Security will demonstrate the ease with which cyber sniffers, eavesdroppers and hackers can intercept email messages, despite widespread user trust that email messages are private and secure. Email encryption techniques, such as PGP, TLS and SSL, have limited effectiveness in securing email messages as they travel from point A to point B. Public-key encryption solutions have numerous weaknesses, and suffer from the absence of a universal key repository. Some symmetric encryption solutions have vulnerabilities as well.

    "To date, no solution on the market could guarantee complete, end-to-end encryption of email content, headers, attachments and other identifiers," said SECNAP Network Security chief Michael Scheidell. "Rule18

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