New CipherLoc cipher encryption engine is “unhackable,” boasts creator CipherLoc
Henderson, NV-based National Scientific Corporation a/k/a CipherLoc Corporation, announce on March 10 that CyberDin Security Services has completed their Crypto-analysis, Encryption Evaluation and Certification testing for CipherLoc’s new Cyber security product that is designed for the emerging Internet of Things (IoT) market.
According to the CyberDin Security Services completed Cryptanalysis and Encryption Evaluation Report “Using state-of-the-art tools, methods and facilities to evaluate the encryption strength of CipherLoc, CyberDin endeavored to decipher and break the encryption results of the output of the CipherLoc PKPA Cipher Engine……CyberDin executed extensive tests using different techniques and tools. At the end of all testing, CyberDin was not able to break the CipherLoc Encryption and decrypt the encrypted files… It is the opinion of CyberDin that the CipherLoc Polymorphic Key Progression Algorithmic Cipher Engine is, in fact, for all practical purposes, not able to be broken and provides advanced encryption protection.” In addition, CyberDin awarded CipherLoc a perfect 10 out of 10 score for producing unbreakably encrypted information from a standard text editor document.
CipherLoc is the first Polymorphic Key Progression Algorithm (PKPA) Encryption Cipher Engine and it has the same characteristics as One Time Pads (OTP), but, without the prohibitive expense and latency. CipherLoc uses Set Theoretic Estimation applied to a topological space, information theory and is based on the information content in a message rather than the difficulty of the key and is mathematically provably secure. It does not rely exclusively on large keys and complicated permutation/obscuring techniques as do current IoT security measures. CipherLoc encryption technology offers compliance with standards, protection of data from “unauthorized eyes”, client control of the encryption process, application compatibility with other mission critical business applications and scalability so that it continues to work as data and encryption demands grow.
Mr. Michael DeLaGarza, CEO of CipherLoc, stated, “This is a significant event in the development and commercialization of our new CipherLoc technology. This third party Validation and Certification testing simply proves our claims. CipherLoc will be a significant tool in the defense against malicious hacking that has become common in today’s Cloud Computing market..”
Source: CipherLoc Corporation