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STRATEGIC ENCRYPTION

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2. TECHNOLOGY FEATURES Future proof – available today Encryption with ANY key length Authentication with ANY hash length Brutal force security Secure against computing developments Any cryptanalysis security Linear cryptanalysis security Differential cryptanalysis security No backdoor for decryption without a key Future proof – available today Encryption with ANY key length Authentication with ANY hash length Brutal force security Secure against computing developments Any cryptanalysis security Linear cryptanalysis security Differential cryptanalysis security No backdoor for decryption without a key

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3. ANY KEY LENGTH

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4. ALGORITHM FEATURES Non-polynomial (NP) key finding problem Key lengths chosen for NP problem No matrix operations No vector operations No S-boxes Simple non-linear arithmetic operations Huge bit diffusion Huge bit confusion Perfect randomness Non-polynomial (NP) key finding problem Key lengths chosen for NP problem No matrix operations No vector operations No S-boxes Simple non-linear arithmetic operations Huge bit diffusion Huge bit confusion Perfect randomness

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5. DEVELOPED TECHNOLOGY 4 simple stream methods 4 hybrid symmetric stream methods 4 hybrid symmetric block methods 8 hybrid hash methods Zero encryption overhead Identical ciphertext and plaintext bitrate Identical ciphertext and plaintext file size Key length from 256 to bits Speed almost independent on key length 4 simple stream methods 4 hybrid symmetric stream methods 4 hybrid symmetric block methods 8 hybrid hash methods Zero encryption overhead Identical ciphertext and plaintext bitrate Identical ciphertext and plaintext file size Key length from 256 to bits Speed almost independent on key length

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6. DEVELOPED ENCRYPTION METHODS TYPE ENCRYPTION METHODKEY LENGTH [bits] BLOCK [bits] SHORTLONGMINMAX StreamCLISIdeal Stream (4) ∞ StreamCLOSOccult Stream256∞128 StreamCLASAdvanced Stream512∞256 StreamCLUSUltimate Stream384∞256 StreamCLESExtreme Stream768∞256 BlockCLOBOccult Block256∞128 BlockCLABAdvanced Block512∞256 BlockCLUBUltimate Block384∞256 BlockCLEBExtreme Block768∞256

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7. ENCRYPTION METHODS

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All stream ciphers except CLIS are hybrid (stream+block) symmetric stream ciphers, wherein the position of each bit in plaintext input stream or file remains intact in ciphertext output stream or file All block ciphers are hybrid (stream+block) symmetric block ciphers, wherein the position of each bit in plaintext input stream or file is diffused within 256 or 128 bit block in ciphertext output stream or file All stream ciphers except CLIS are hybrid (stream+block) symmetric stream ciphers, wherein the position of each bit in plaintext input stream or file remains intact in ciphertext output stream or file All block ciphers are hybrid (stream+block) symmetric block ciphers, wherein the position of each bit in plaintext input stream or file is diffused within 256 or 128 bit block in ciphertext output stream or file 8. TYPE DIFFERENCE

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Family of customized algorithms Algorithms have adjustable parameters User can change algorithm parameters Enormous increase of number of methods Additional customized algorithm security Unknown algorithm for unauthorized Private algorithm provides open solution No extraction of customized parameters by anyone including Crypto Logica Team Family of customized algorithms Algorithms have adjustable parameters User can change algorithm parameters Enormous increase of number of methods Additional customized algorithm security Unknown algorithm for unauthorized Private algorithm provides open solution No extraction of customized parameters by anyone including Crypto Logica Team 9. ALGORITHM CUSTOMIZATION

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10. SOFTWARE METHODS

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Stream Offset Stream Sum Stream Counter Stream Increment Parameters’ width depends on internal data: 8 x 8-bit (64-bit total) for 8-bit data 8 x 16 bit (128-bits total) for 16-bit data 8 x 32 bit (256-bits total) for 32-bit data 8 x 64 bit (512-bits total) for 64-bit data Stream Offset Stream Sum Stream Counter Stream Increment Parameters’ width depends on internal data: 8 x 8-bit (64-bit total) for 8-bit data 8 x 16 bit (128-bits total) for 16-bit data 8 x 32 bit (256-bits total) for 32-bit data 8 x 64 bit (512-bits total) for 64-bit data 11. CIPHER PARAMETERS Block Offset Block Rounds Block Counter Block Increment Block Offset Block Rounds Block Counter Block Increment

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Stream Offset Stream Sum Stream Counter Stream Increment Hash Length Hash Length is completely freely chosen Hash Length can be any number Hash Signature is completely freely chosen Hash Signature can be any number Stream Offset Stream Sum Stream Counter Stream Increment Hash Length Hash Length is completely freely chosen Hash Length can be any number Hash Signature is completely freely chosen Hash Signature can be any number 12. HASH PARAMETERS Block Offset Block Rounds Block Counter Block Increment Hash Signature Block Offset Block Rounds Block Counter Block Increment Hash Signature

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13. OPTIONAL KEY GENERATION User password with at least 16-characters 1-bit difference in two passwords provides two completely different uncorrelated keys Key is not stored in any peripheral memory media in any form Lost password prevents decryption Any secure public key cryptography can be used for key exchange Crypto Logica Team is developing its own fast public key cryptography User password with at least 16-characters 1-bit difference in two passwords provides two completely different uncorrelated keys Key is not stored in any peripheral memory media in any form Lost password prevents decryption Any secure public key cryptography can be used for key exchange Crypto Logica Team is developing its own fast public key cryptography

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14. SPEED, LATENCY, POWER, COST Faster encryption than AES Smaller encrypter latency Encrypter power savings Smaller encrypter cost Faster decryption than AES Smaller decrypter latency Decrypter power savings Smaller decrypter cost Maximum processor efficiency Faster encryption than AES Smaller encrypter latency Encrypter power savings Smaller encrypter cost Faster decryption than AES Smaller decrypter latency Decrypter power savings Smaller decrypter cost Maximum processor efficiency

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15. CRYPTOLOGICA DEMO SOFTWARE

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16. SINGLE THREAD i7 2.2GHz TYPETYPE NATIVE CL ALGORITHM VS AES CTR OPTIMIZED KEY LENGTH [bits] BLOCK SIZE [bits] ENC/DEC SPEED [Gbit/s] CL SPEED AES SPEED B AES CTR ,4011 S CLIS4096 ∞ 6,7524,819 S CLOS ,3083,789 S CLAS ,6634,756 S CLUS ,8344,878 S CLES ,5443,243 B CLOB ,2633,757 B CLAB ,7994,853 BCLUB ,5944,707 BCLEB ,6403,312

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17. ENCRYPTION/DECRYPTION SPEED

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18. CL SPEED / AES SPEED AES = AES CTR in all diagrams Plaintext = All 0’s (worst case) Key = All 0’s (worst case) AES = AES CTR in all diagrams Plaintext = All 0’s (worst case) Key = All 0’s (worst case)

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19. NIST STS 2.1 RANDOMNESS TESTS Frequency Test within a Block determines whether the frequency of ones in an M-bit block is approximately M/2.

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20. NIST STS 2.1 RANDOMNESS TESTS Frequency Test within a Block determines whether the frequency of ones in an M-bit block is approximately M/2.

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21. NIST STS 2.1 RANDOMNESS TESTS Cumulative Sums (Cusum-Forward) Test determines whether the cumulative sum of the partial sequences occurring in the tested sequence is too large or too small.

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22. NIST STS 2.1 RANDOMNESS TESTS Cumulative Sums (Cusum-Reverse) Test determines whether the cumulative sum of the partial sequences occurring in the tested sequence is too large or too small.

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23. NIST STS 2.1 RANDOMNESS TESTS Runs Test determines whether the number of runs (uninterrupted sequence of identical bits) of ones and zeros of various lengths is as expected for a random seq.

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24. NIST STS 2.1 RANDOMNESS TESTS Test for the Longest Run of Ones in a Block determines whether the length of the longest run of ones is consistent with the expected length.

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25. NIST STS 2.1 RANDOMNESS TESTS Binary Matrix Rank Test determines the linear dependence among fixed length substrings of the original sequence.

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26. NIST STS 2.1 RANDOMNESS TESTS Discrete Fourier Transform (Spectral) Test detects periodic features (i.e. repetitive patterns that are near each other).

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27. NIST STS 2.1 RANDOMNESS TESTS Non-overlapping Template Matching Test detects too many occurences of a given non-periodic (aperiodic) pattern.

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28. NIST STS 2.1 RANDOMNESS TESTS Overlapping Template Matching Test determines the number of occurrences of pre-specified target strings.

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29. NIST STS 2.1 RANDOMNESS TESTS Mauer’s “Universal Statistical” Test detects whether or not the sequence can be significantly compressed without loss of information.

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30. NIST STS 2.1 RANDOMNESS TESTS Approximate Entropy Test compares the frequency of all possible overlapping m-bit patterns across the entire sequence.

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31. NIST STS 2.1 RANDOMNESS TESTS Random Excursions Test determines if the number of visits to a particular state within a cycle deviates from expected.

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32. NIST STS 2.1 RANDOMNESS TESTS Random Excursions Variant Test detects deviations from the expected number of visits to various states in the random walk.

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33. NIST STS 2.1 RANDOMNESS TESTS Serial Test 1 determines whether the number of occurrences of the 2^m m-bit overlapping patterns is approximately the same.

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34. NIST STS 2.1 RANDOMNESS TESTS Serial Test 2 determines whether the number of occurrences of the 2^m m-bit overlapping patterns is approximately the same.

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35. NIST STS 2.1 RANDOMNESS TESTS Linear Complexity Test determines whether or not the sequence is complex enough to be considered random.

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37. TOTALCRYPT Standard security level Personal use Working groups Social networks Small and medium size business Standard security level Personal use Working groups Social networks Small and medium size business

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38. TOTALCRYPT+ Advanced security level Bank systems Stock exchange Hi-tech business Municipality Police Advanced security level Bank systems Stock exchange Hi-tech business Municipality Police

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39. TOTALCRYPT UE Ultimate security level Government systems Security agencies Intelligence agencies Special users Defense Ultimate security level Government systems Security agencies Intelligence agencies Special users Defense

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40. COMPUTER APPLICATIONS File encryption Protocol encryption Folder encryption USB flash encryption Hard drive encryption Optical drive encryption Encryption processors File encryption Protocol encryption Folder encryption USB flash encryption Hard drive encryption Optical drive encryption Encryption processors

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41. VIDEO APPLICATIONS Video editing / postprocessing Movie edit master & archive Mobile TV (4G, 3G) IPTV Cable TV Satellite TV Digital terrestrial TV Video encoder Set-top box Video editing / postprocessing Movie edit master & archive Mobile TV (4G, 3G) IPTV Cable TV Satellite TV Digital terrestrial TV Video encoder Set-top box

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42. WIRELESS HDMI NETWORK DVR FUNCTION ON THE ROAD

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43. HDMI CONNECTION HDMI HDMI CL Tx HDMI CL Rx HDMI CL Tx HDMI CL Rx INSTEAD OF CLASSIC WIRED HDMI CRYPTO LOGICA P2P WIRELESS HDMI LINK CRYPTO LOGICA ROUTED WIRELESS HDMI LINK

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44. HDMI NODE Wireless HDMI IEEE802.11g/n Wired HDMI 10/100/1000 Base-T Transmitter at HDMI out port Receiver at HDMI in port CRYPTO LOGICA ≤ 4096-bit encryption Single chip without external memory Wireless HDMI IEEE802.11g/n Wired HDMI 10/100/1000 Base-T Transmitter at HDMI out port Receiver at HDMI in port CRYPTO LOGICA ≤ 4096-bit encryption Single chip without external memory TRANSMIT CL Node HDMI Rx 32bit RISC Compressor CL encrypter g RECEIVE CL Node HDMI Tx 32bit RISC CL decrypter Decompressor g

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45. HARDWARE ENCRYPTION Lowest cost No dividers No multipliers Ultralow power Integer arithmetic Very low complexity Small integrated memory Ultrafast encryption and decryption Easy radiation hardening Lowest cost No dividers No multipliers Ultralow power Integer arithmetic Very low complexity Small integrated memory Ultrafast encryption and decryption Easy radiation hardening

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46. FINANCIAL APPLICATIONS Database Remote personnal banking Remote corporative banking Interbank communication Automatic teller machines (ATM) Credit card reader (POS-EFT) Stock – broker communication Broker – investor communication Database Remote personnal banking Remote corporative banking Interbank communication Automatic teller machines (ATM) Credit card reader (POS-EFT) Stock – broker communication Broker – investor communication

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MAMMOGRAPHY COMPUTERIZED TOMOGRAPHY MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING ULTRASONOGRAPHY X-RADIOGRAPHY TELEMEDICINE Mammography Computerized tomography Magnetic resonance imaging Ultrasonography X-Radiography Telemedicine Mammography Computerized tomography Magnetic resonance imaging Ultrasonography X-Radiography Telemedicine 47. MEDICAL APPLICATIONS

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Unmanned & manned vehicles Warfighters Satellites Surveillance Telemedicine Smart weapons Loitering weapons Face recognition for laser-guided bullets EO, IR, SAR & Hyperspectral sensors Unmanned & manned vehicles Warfighters Satellites Surveillance Telemedicine Smart weapons Loitering weapons Face recognition for laser-guided bullets EO, IR, SAR & Hyperspectral sensors 48. DEFENSE APPLICATIONS

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49. UAS WITH ANALOG LINK COMPUTER MONITOR EO IR SAR STORAGE UAV GROUND STATION ANALOG LINK

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50. UAS WITH ANALOG LINK VIDEO ENCODER COMPUTER MONITOR EO IR SAR CRYPTO LOGICA ENCRYPTER FAST ENCRYPT/DECRYPT LOW LATENCY SMALL WEIGHT & SIZE LOW POWER & HEAT INTEROPERABILITY FAST ENCRYPT/DECRYPT LOW LATENCY SMALL WEIGHT & SIZE LOW POWER & HEAT INTEROPERABILITY VIDEO DECODER + PLAYER CRYPTO LOGICA DECRYPTER VIDEO DECODER + PLAYER CRYPTO LOGICA DECRYPTER UAV GROUND STATION ANALOG LINK PC PDA STORAGE

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51. UAS WITH DIGITAL LINK VIDEO DECODER + PLAYER EO, IR, SAR VIDEO ENCODER CRYPTO LOGICA DECRYPTER CRYPTO LOGICA ENCRYPTER STORAGE FAST ENCRYPT/DECRYPT HIGH ERROR RESILIENCE LOW LATENCY SMALL WEIGHT & SIZE LOW POWER & HEAT INTEROPERABILITY FAST ENCRYPT/DECRYPT HIGH ERROR RESILIENCE LOW LATENCY SMALL WEIGHT & SIZE LOW POWER & HEAT INTEROPERABILITY VIDEO DECODER + PLAYER CRYPTO LOGICA DECRYPTER VIDEO DECODER + PLAYER CRYPTO LOGICA DECRYPTER UAV GROUND STATION DIGITAL LINK PC PDA

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52. UAS WITH NETWORK LINK COMPUTER MONITOR EO IR SAR CRYPTO LOGICA DECRYPTER CRYPTO LOGICA ENCRYPTER STORAGE VIDEO DECODER + PLAYER CRYPTO LOGICA DECRYPTER VIDEO DECODER + PLAYER CRYPTO LOGICA DECRYPTER UAV GROUND STATION NETWORK UDP LINK PC PDA FAST ENCRYPT/DECRYPT HIGH ERROR RESILIENCE LOW LATENCY SMALL WEIGHT & SIZE LOW POWER & HEAT INTEROPERABILITY FAST ENCRYPT/DECRYPT HIGH ERROR RESILIENCE LOW LATENCY SMALL WEIGHT & SIZE LOW POWER & HEAT INTEROPERABILITY

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53. DISTRIBUTION OF DIFFERENT RESOLUTIONS WITH DIFFERENT KEYS KEY 1 HDTV 1920x1080 KEY 1 HDTV 1920x1080 KEY 2 SD 960x540 KEY 3 CIF 480x270 KEY 3 CIF 480x270 KEY 4 QCIF 240x135 KEY 4 QCIF 240x135 KEY 5 ¼ QCIF 120x68 KEY 5 ¼ QCIF 120x68

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WORLDWIDE REPRESENTATIVE Prof. dr. Milan Prokin , , Prof. dr. Milan Prokin , , Michael Collins Michael Collins U.S. REPRESENTATIVE

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