Pure Human Randomization, or PHR, is an innovative and patented post quantum computing secured, symmetrical, polymorphic non-mathematical encryption method. Its key strength (minimum 1 million bit key size) is truly chaotic and replaces the structuring and use of a pseudo-random calculative hash function. PHR cannot be cracked or brute forced by any known method(s).

Other encryption algorithms have a bit overhead of between 300-700% when encrypting small amounts of information. PHR on the other hand uses an unparalleled, non dictionary compression ratio operational technique which has a bit overhead of 5-7%. Because of this, we are able of encrypt entire columns of a database (up to 500 characters) into one 2D barcode. A process referred to as MDLE – Micro Database Less Encapsulation.

The Encryption Process:

Step 1:

We use a state of the art compression algorithm to optimize the original content for efficient performance of the encryption engine.

Step 2:

Salting the original content with white noise and PHR (Pure Human Randomness).

Step 3:

The encryption engine creates both shuffle and move commands using a unique modifier, which is core based on the PHR and white noise engine and performs the first layer of modification to the original content.

Step 4:

XOR function on the PHR output results in a Random Oriented Enhanced Encryption (ROEE). When combined with a time set of instructions and a computational temporary set of instructions, the result is a real one time pad (OTP). This appears as a polymorphic function where the output (encrypted content) is variable.

Step 5:

Reconstructing a file level on a multiple N-dimension code manipulation with zero use of a calculative algorithm, also referred to as a secondary phase of salting, results in superior protection against Rainbow Crack, Dictionary Attack, Cryptanalysis, etc.

Performance Features:

  • Key Strength – 1 million bit or more
  • Performance 400% faster compared to AES.
  • MPU use – Mathematical Process Unit in CPU use 3% – 7% only.
  • Overhead of the file from original 5% +/- (original+5%) +/-