NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Every day the news hits of another company,website or long list of credit cards that’s been hacked. But what if there was a foolproof technology to fend off cyberattackers by keeping secret information secret?
Would an unhackable encryption algorithm do the trick?
That’s what a father and son team from Calgary, Alberta, say they’ve created. For the past several years, cryptographic hobbyists Robert and Frederik Kleiner have been working to develop Enigma-DS, an encryption code that they claim cannot be broken.