ENC Security employs a combination of patented Polymorphic Encryption and innovative technology to develop products that simply and effectively product data from loss and theft.
The technology has been developed and tested for over four years and has been improved to make the interface fast and reliable.
How It Works:
- Insert flash drive
Insert your Encrypt-stick™ enabled flash drive.
- Login and manage your files
Enter your password. Once logged in you can manage your files, create vaults, encrypt & decrypt files etc.
Remove flash drive
Once your flash drive has been removed, all of the vaults are locked & encrypted. No one will ever has access to your files.
How To Install EncryptStick Application (PDF)
How To Use Password Manager (PDF)
Encrypt Stick Training Video (MP4)
512 Bit Polymorphic Encryption
PMC–Ciphers Inc. The company entered into a license agreement with PMC Ciphers, due to its high speed encryption and its immunity against attacks i.e. hacking on low to mid–range micro process controllers. The polymorphic system is hardened against practical attacks such as brute force and represents an advantage in encryption technology.
In 1999 Bernd Röellgen patended a Polymorphic Encryption technology based on his "Polymorphic Method" and this was immediately classified by the Greman government as a state secret. Later that year in an attemp to encourage e-commerce the government declassified all of its encryption technology allowing PMC–Cyphers Inc. to develop its disk encryption software and distribute 8 million copies worldwide.
Bernd Röellgen's patened Polymorphic Encryption technology is able to create ultra–fast, ultra–strong ciphers that are extremely adaptable with no theoretical or practical way to reconstruct keys from plaintext. His method comes with a comparable number of "data keys" as with conventional symmetric encryption methods. However, it adds a signifigant amount of possible and equally probable algorithmic keys, thus yeilding substantially higher security and speed.
Bernd Röellgen, Polymorphic Encryption
Mr. Röellgen is one of the foremost experts in the field of cryptography. In 2001 he was selected by the Echelon committee of the European Parliament for an expert hearing. Mr. Röellgen patented his Polymorphic Encryption technology and co-founded PMC-Ciphers in 2002. PMC's software has been featured in over a dozen periodicals, and over 8 million copies of PMC's disk encryption software have been distributed worldwide. Mr. Röellgen's polymorphic ciphers have been resistant to all known cryptanalytic attacks and to this date remain unbroken.
Linux version coming soon!