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Problem Addressed

Modem cryptographic systems are constructed to secure data from eavesdropping and manipulation by untrusted parties, while still allowing trusted parties access to the data. Robust, well understood algorithms such as the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) are widely used to secure data. However, there are many hardware and software implementations of these algorithms, each of which may have exploitable vulnerabilities given the right level of access. The present invention addresses this problem by applying cryptographic algorithms to ensure sensitive data cannot be steered to a location where it can be extracted by unauthorized parties.