AES - 256
Advanced Encryption Standard 256 Bit by Adaptive Digital
AES-256 is the longest and strongest encryption.
- The AES encryption standard was approved by the National Security Agency (NSA) to protect both secret and top-secret government information.
- AES 256 used extensively in government and military applications, as well as by businesses operating in highly regulated industries.
- It has since become an industry standard for encrypting information.
- It is an open standard, which means it can be used for public, private, commercial, and non-commercial implementations.
- AES-256 encryption is virtually uncrackable using any brute-force (trial-and-error) method.
Brute Force – A brute force attack is when a hacker checks different key combinations until he/she arrives at the correct combination.
Symmetric encryption – Symmetric encryption uses the same key for encryption and decryption whereas asymmetric encryption relies on two different keys for encryption and decryption. The advantages
- Greater speed
- Recommended for protecting large volumes of data
- Runs on less computational power
ARMv9A, ARMv8A, ARMv8A, ARMv7M4/7 | x86_64 devices.
ADT AES is available on the above Platforms: Other configurations are available upon request.
AES is a symmetric block cipher that the U.S. government selects to protect classified data. Advanced Encryption Standard 256 Bit (AES-256) is a United States government standard algorithm for encrypting and decrypting data.
256 bit encryption is a security protocol that encrypts and decrypts the data exchanged between the browser and the server using the 256-bit encryption key.
AES-256 completes 14 rounds of encryption, making it incredibly secure.
AES-256 standard is optional encryption feature in our Linux VoIP Engine™ build.