"Unbreakable" Virtual Matrix Encryption Goes On Sale
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Meganet announced it is now selling a range of products based on its Virtual Matrix Encryption (VME) software which the vendor claims is unbreakable.
Called VME 98, the product range is available in six levels of front-end applications (Standard, Professional, Enterprise, Custom Client, Custom Server, and Batch Server editions), and in three flavors: DOS, Win 16 (3.x) and Win 32 (95 and NT). There are also three Software Developer Kits--an 8bit DOS Engine, and both 16bit and 32bit Windows DLLs.
In a statement the vendor says: "The possibilities are endless with the array of VME 98 products. Now any application including but not limited to Internet commerce, Government communications, banking transactions, corporate secrets and personal computer data can be guaranteed complete impenetrability."
Earlier this year, the vendor offered $1 million to anyone who could break a VME encrypted file. Fifty-five thousand people tried without success. Says the vendor: "All the great computer minds in this country have had an opportunity to dispel the bold claims of unbreakable encryption, yet none have."