You have a need for privacy, especially when communicating over the Internet. Most Internet users trust their email providers and visited websites are safe and protected. Unfortunately, many so-called secure servers supporting the Web do not meet minimum-security standards to properly safeguard your sensitive personal information. Some so called secure servers may be outdated, obsolete or support weak security protocols. Often an assumed secure communication channel actually is supported by a security method that is misconfigured, leaving an unsuspecting user exposed to hackers and a privacy invasion.
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Information transmitted on the Web often is secured by servers through a cipher, which may reassign alphabet letters or encrypt text to conceal its readability and meaning. When weak ciphers are used, hackers can easily break through network security and gain access to your sensitive personal information, such as Internet banking data or a credit card number.
Safety Optimizer is designed to protect you against weak ciphers commonly used by Internet servers for network security, such as:
These cipher suites offer no encryption. They usually are employed when verifying the authenticity and/or integrity of a website and during transmission of data. A NULL cipher may be used when information is being transferred between two secure servers and the site doesn’t want to deal with encrypting and interpreting the data.
The security level of a cipher is related directly to the number of “bits” in its “key“. Ciphers with 40- or 56-bit keys are only marginally secure. They can be cracked by a desktop computer in a relatively short period of time, ultimately leading to digital eavesdropping and tampering of users’ sensitive personal information.
Low encryption cipher suites use 64- or 56-bit encryption algorithms. Similar to export grade ciphers, this category of cipher is only slightly better since these ciphers have a larger key size. However, network security hackers can still break through within a reasonable amount of time.