Transcendental Encryption Codec
The Transcendental Encryption Codec (TEC) is a new encryption algorithm for securing sensitive data and communications. Unlike TEC’s predecessors such as RSA, AES, Blowfish, and PGP, which continue to encrypt data from the Base-2 (ASCII) system.
At the core TEC utilizes alternate binary representations other than Base-2 to increase the number of encryption permutation. This makes standard encryption algorithms outdated. It can also utilize any combination of steganography, bit shifting, or the insertion of bits to mask the original byte stream. The possible number of masks and substitutions in TEC are infinite. This makes TEC almost impossible to crack it.
TEC encryption also utilizes frequency normalization combined with encoding in alternating different Base-2 representations to defeat common linguistic decryption attacks when it encrypts text. TEC contains no backdoors and is available for peer review upon request.
Custom Integration and Development
Custom integration and development of our TEC encryption libraries are available for your organization and licensing opportunities as well.
Demo runs on Windows XP, Vista and 7. Both 32 and 64bit systems are supported.