Articles tagged with: Encryption

Company touts unbreakable encryption solution

Written by Rune NEWS on Saturday, 30 March 2013.

by Vincent Chang | CNET Asia | 30 April 2012

This is the gibberish you'll get after encrypting a sentence that ensures privacy from prying eyes.

Company touts unbreakable encryption solution

by Vincent Chang | CNET Asia | 30 April 2012 7:43pm SGT

Almost every other day, you're likely to read about some hacking incident in the news. This CNET story even has a handy timeline of the major hacking events since July last year. Mind you, these are just the more significant ones.

Rune Debuts Deadbolt Encryption Platform

Written by Rune NEWS on Saturday, 30 March 2013. Posted in Featured

By: Nathan Eddy - EWEEK

Rune Debuts Deadbolt Encryption Platform

Rune designed Deadbolt, implementing both standards-based OpenPGP and an optional, one-time pad for email, messaging and data.

Web-security specialist Rune Information Security Corp. announced the availability of its Deadbolt encryption solution, which is designed to block data theft through email and messaging interception.

WWII-like message encryption now available for e-mail security

Written by Rune NEWS on Saturday, 30 March 2013. Posted in Featured

Homeland Security News Wire

WWII-like message encryption now available for e-mail security

A Singapore-based company offers an e-mail encryption system based on the Verman cipher, or one-time pad, which was invented in 1917 and used by spies in the Second World War; the Vernam cipher is unbreakable because it produces completely random cipher-text that secures data so that even the most powerful super computers can not break the encryption when it is used properly