Email Privacy 101
Source: Trend Micro
The most fundamental principle of encryption is the secure exchange of secret keys between sender and receiver. This has been a challenge since the earliest systems invented by Julius Caesar and even more recently developed systems have struggled to overcome it elegantly. The key exchange has cracked this challenge. It is based on a system the authors have developed using the latest highly advanced mathematical knowledge to create a unique key encapsulation mechanism which is coupled with a unique method of separating keys and data. The authors then gone one step further and applied elliptic curve cryptography.