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Blurry Box – a new encryption method for software protection from Wibu-Systems

By Wibu-Systems Auguste Kerckhoffs postulated his eponymous principle back in the 19th century: “A cryptosystem should be secure even if everything about the system, except for the key, is public knowledge”. This means that an effective cryptographic method does not have to be kept secret. If it were, you should wonder why. Wibu-Systems has been […]

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A new encryption paradigm for a new industrial age

By Daniela Previtali, Wibu-Systems. Long before encryption became a commonplace feature of even consumer computers, while computers were still mechanical contraptions and encryption the domain of military cipher clerks, Auguste Kerckhoffs published two articles on the subject in the “Journal des sciences militaires” in 1883. He proposed several principles, one of which remains fundamental for […]

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Hackers fail to crack Wibu-Systems’ new encryption scheme – Blurry Box

Hundreds of participants from all corners of the globe have taken part in a hackers contest aimed at cracking a game protected with Blurry Box®, the pinnacle of encryption recently launched by Wibu-Systems. The outcome: No one could break the latest software protection technology introduced by the leading provider of secure license management in the […]

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Wibu bags prestigious German IT Security Award for new Blurry-Box®

Wibu-Systems, the FZI Research Center, and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) are the joint winners of the prestigious 5th German IT Security Award. Out of the eleven finalists that were selected from 66 applicants, the high-profile members of the jury awarded the top prize to the people of Wibu-Systems, FZI, and KIT in recognition […]

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