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VME Challenges

Meganet Corporation has used multiple high-stakes challenges in the past to establish our confidence that the VME system is unbreakable. The purpose for these challenges are:

1) To demonstrate the continuing confidence we have in our bold claims.
2) To educate and teach VME users how to create unbreakable sessions.

An average hacker will not try to compromise the algorithm (the VME algorithm is unbreakable) itself. Rather, he or she will attack from a much simpler angle - the lack of proper security procedures. For instance, if the user encrypted all his files using a 2 digit number - then a hacker does not need to break VME, he just needs to guess which 2 digits the user chose to encrypt the file. People often create passwords or keywords related to the user's environment, such as their phone number, SSN, spouse or childs name, etc. Use of such obvious passwords constitutes poor security procedures.

Therefore, after these challenges, when we present the solutions, we also demonstrate the appropriate ways to create unbreakable sessions using proper security procedures, and how to utilize the tremendous power and built in features of the VME algorithm to create secure encryption sessions.

If you are a part of an organization and would like to challenge Meganet's VME technology, please contact us at sales@meganet.com.
The $1,048,576 Buck Per Bit Challenge - Ended - No Winner!
Meganet Corporation offered $1,048,576 to anyone who can crack the code. The challenge was to break into a file encrypted with our proprietary technology, Virtual Matrix Encryption.
Virginia Tech vs. Meganet Challenge - Ended - No Winner!
Virginia Polytechnic Institute promised to win the Porsche 911 offered with their 1000 computers networked together to break VME. Over 200 students & faculty members participated. No solution emerged.
The Hummer H2 Challenge - Ended - No Winner!
Meganet Corporation offered a Hummer H2 to the first person who can crack the code. The challenge was to break into a file encrypted with our proprietary technology, Virtual Matrix Encryption.
The Ferrari 360 Challenge - Ended - No Winner!
Meganet Corporation offered a new Ferrari 360 to the first person who can crack the code. The challenge was to break into a file encrypted with our proprietary technology, Virtual Matrix Encryption.