What Makes You More Secure?
AES: 1.15 x 1077
256-bit AES encryption is limited
to 1.15 x 1077 combinations
RBS: 7.3 x 103917
RBS applies 7.3 x 103917 shuffling
combinations to a 1460 byte TCIP payload
High Level Data Security
BOLO derives its power by applying Random Byte Shuffling (RBS) technology that can randomly shuffle 1460 bytes of a typical IP Packet payload into one of the 7.3 x 103987 possible shuffling states. By comparison, 256-bit AES encryption is limited to 1.15 x 1077 combinations.
Exceptional Processing Speed
BOLO processing is executed at line rate – orders of magnitude faster than traditional encryption, virtually eliminating any process delay. For example, encrypting 32 bytes of data typically requires up to 40 clock cycles – RBS scatters bytes more efficiently, requiring only 5 clock cycles for the same payload. RBS can run on a local server, computer or in the cloud. On a local server it takes about 733 nano seconds to randomly shuffle an IP packet of 1460 bytes – or roughly 0.5 second per Gigabyte of shuffled data
BOLO RBS works transparently – it does not rely on an underlying encryption algorithm related to the data payload. Digital signatures are mapped to the “shuffling state” of the data at its origin and applied to “de-shuffle” that data using a BOLO device to restore the data. The process leaves no trace in the data payload of how the data has been processed. Each process run applies a new random pattern that is never repeated. No changes to your existing network setup are required.
Complete Data Security