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You are ready for business having the advanced encryption system protecting your email, contacts and calendar.
Built-in hardware based encryption engines for WEP, Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA), Advanced Encryption System (AES), as well the latest WPA2 ensure no loss of throughput.
Wincrypt takes any file, scrambles its contents with a 256-bit Advanced Encryption System algorithm and protects the results with a password of your choosing.
This technology, Advanced Encryption System (AES) enables secure and reliable distribution of data and/or video services to be downlinked, and multicast to commercial and residential subscribers from one or more digital headends.
Using the latest 128 bit key length Advanced Encryption System (AES), MediaVault protects both live multicast and unicast, as well as on-demand unicast streams against unwarranted access.
Advanced Encryption System (AES) Option: Includes support for higher security features as well as continued support for the current Digital Encryption System (DES) Type III used in existing P25 systems.
In addition, the recently adopted Advanced Encryption System (AES) algorithm will be incorporated into the system and the MPEG-4 Intellectual Property Management & Protection System (IPMP) is under consideration as well.
End-to-end WLAN systems, based on the Resonext chipsets, benefit from the Advanced Encryption System (AES) OCB implemented in hardware along with the RC4 encryption engines for WEP40 and WEP128.