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Security & Encryption

The Divinsa software supports a variety of user selectable encryption methods including 448-bit Blowfish, 192-bit 3DES, 128-bit DES, 2048-bit RC5, 128-bit AES, 192-bit AES, 256-bit AES, 160-bit SHA, and 128-bit MD5. By default 128-bit AES is used, which is same as used by Banks and the Federal Reserve Board for financial transactions, but you can select a different encryption method.

When you first install and configure the software, you will choose a password (character string) that will be used as your encryption key. You can add a secondary encryption key at any time. Each file that you backup is encrypted and remains encrypted until you restore it and it returns to your computer. 

In June 2003, 256-bit encryption was approved by the United State's National Security Agency (NSA) for use encrypting the U.S. government's documents classified "TOP SECRET".

The Divinsa software communicates with the Divinsa's servers using SSL (Secure Socket Layers) technology. This is the same encryption technology used by Internet browsers when a user enters a secured site such as an online bank. As a result, your data is encrypted twice. It is encrypted at all times using the encryption method of your choice, and it is encrypted again while it’s being sent over the Internet.

Your data is stored, in encrypted form, on redundant storage devices. Each data center has 24/7 monitoring and advanced security measures as well as backup generators and redundant connections to the Internet.