A virtual network built from Secboxes can be used to send and receive data, voice, video files or any other digital data stream. You can make Internet phone calls (VOIP) SECURELY, without being afraid that someone taps the line; build a worldwide private intranet, and connect securely
and instantly to this intranet anywhere in the world.
The Secbox uses a PEER-TO-PEER CONNECTION for communicating between the devices, there is no central network hub allowing potential eavesdroppers to aim a single point of attack. The secure communication is subject to using Secbox devices at all ends of the communication.
Users can be identified with their fingerprintto prevent unauthorized access to Secbox devices.
In order to meet the different users’ demands Secbox devices are manufactured in different types, with using different bandwidths.
Different types are the followings:
SECBOX Desktop 15
Secbox Desktop 15 is a small, custom hardware device can be used either as personal encryption devices, to connect to other Secbox users or to the corporate network; or it can secure entire small or home offices.
This Secbox features a high-quality fingerprint reader to authenticate the user.
This device built to last and perform in industrial environments. The fingerprint reader is missing, but there are serial ports to directly connect the various measuring devices. Also, the device can be mounted on a standard DIN rail mount system.
While the above Secboxes were all standalone devices, the Rabbit uses whatever network connection your PC offers. In essence, it loops all network traffic through the MVCN engine, offering almost all the functions as its big brothers, but in a much more compact form factor. The Rabbit is an XpressCard device, but with an adaptor, it can also be connected to any USB port. It offers an encrypted throughput of around 10 Mbps.