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  1. Arti says:

    Furthermore, the encryption algorithm is not at the mercy of the browser chosen by the end user. TokenEx can easily increase the length of the key without any impacts to our clients’ operations. RSA strength is really defined by its key length. RSA has proven to be a verifiably strong encryption algorithm since the 1970s. Therefore, we don’t have the same challenges to deal with as we do with the SSL and TLS layer security. As for Javascript browser-based encryption, TokenEx leverages RSA encryption, which is at the heart of both SSL and TLS. The vulnerabilities with SSL and TLS protocols, however is not with the underlying encryption but rather with the protocol itself.

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