Mustus announces their Impulsive Grid Security over
HDD. After getting overwhelming responses in the
Compact Disk and Universal Serial Bus devices, IGS
is a yet another milestone in the field of data
security. IGS offers indissoluble resistance in
data storage and its abstract retrieval to stop
data piracy. The Layer uses header key to encrypt
and decrypt the secure region of the Trinfin volume.
The technique that Trinfin uses to generate the
header key and the secondary header key specified
in PKCS 512-bit salt is used that means there are
2512 keys for each key strings that significantly
decreases vulnerability to dictionary attacks. The
header key derivation function is based on HMAC-SHA-1.
The length of the derived key does not depend on
the size of the output of the underlying hash function.
Header keys used by ciphers in a cascade are mutually
independent, even though they are derived from one
password. The generated key is then split into three
256-bit keys, out of which the first key is used
by AES, the second key is used by Serpent, and the
third by AES. Hence, even when an adversary has
one of the keys, he cannot use it to derive the
other keys, as there is no feasible method to determine
the password from which the key was derived. Data
writing and its accessibility are controlled by
an auto-learning generative producer that converts
the data in a proprietary .igs format. The data
residing in the disk is protected against all hacks
while the access too is layer through In-Memory
patching at its display in a custom editor. Further
updates will be revealed soon.
any technical queries around IGS, mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org