To keep passwords and other private information
secure, Access Manager uses strong encryption algorithms.
Strength is often measured in the number of bits used for the
encryption key. Many systems commonly use between 64 and 256
bits. Most cryptographers consider 128 bits to be strong
enough to take a very powerful computer many years to break.
Access Manager uses dual encryption that includes
both 'Blowfish' and 'Rijndael' with 256 bits each.
Blowfish was invented by Bruce Schneier, an
internationally renowned security technologist and author. In
1993 he put Blowfish in the public domain, offering it unpatented
and royalty-free. As far as is known, Blowfish encryption has
never been compromised or broken. For more information on
Blowfish visit www.schneier.com/blowfish.html.