Skimming? AESCO defeats it!

28.05.2013

Increased transponder hacks have recently fueled interest in encrypted data transfer for access control systems. The highest transponder security is AES encryption and usually defeats card and fob cloning efforts.  However, even if data was encrypted when captured by a reader, it still must pass unprotected from that reader to its controller.  Our AESCO decryption module allows data to remain fully-encrypted the entire distance – from card to controller.  That’s because our AESCO module deciphers encrypted data only at the location of the controller, where it’s either attached or integrated.  This ensures cloning or spoofing efforts positioned between our readers and your controller will also be thwarted.  Connect the AESCO decryption module directly to your existing controller and it won’t detect anything different. Your level of security?  The highest available.  Cost-effective?  Oh, yeah.

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