Presentations, Downloads, Demos

The two simplest and impressive demonstrations of Whitenoise are:

1. Creating a Whitenoise exponential key and then doing AES style speed testing. Download key creation utility and directions here:

WN Key creation and speed tester

2. Set up a simple utility to play encrypted, streamed media without any latency. Download the streaming (and hard disk drive) utility and directions here. For this demonstration utility you will need:

a. One USB flash drive. They Whitenoise key will be put onto this device so that you can see that the encryted media plays only when the correct Identity Management key is present.

b. Download and install Media Player Classic. The filter for only playing encrypted streams for this demo is associated with this particular media player.

c. After you have installed Media Player Classic down load and install the free K-Lite codecs for this media player at:

Download the Whitenoise encrypted media streaming utility and the installation directions here:

Whitenoise Streaming Demo

Download an enrypted video from the British Columbia Institute of Technology here:

Encrypted video BCIT


All presentations, demonstrations and white papers are linked to this page.

Telecom Council of Silicon Valley Forum

This presentation has three video demonstrations: factoring public keys, key creation and speed test, and then DIVA in action on a Sierra Wireless air card. It is narrated.

•  You will download the presentation zip file and save it to your desktop. Three minute download.

•  Unzip the presentation and extract it to your desktop.

•  It will make a folder called TCSV.

•  Open the folder. You will see three avi files for the demos.

•  Click the Telecom_Silicon_Valley_DIVA_web.ppst . Play time is about 20 minutes. It is well worth it.

•  This power point show plays in Office PPT 2007.

AT&T Certification

Standards Presentation to the European Telecommunications Standards Institute 201

BAH US Cyber Security Demonstrator

Standards 2012

ATT Certification


Archived Presentations (not in alphabetical order)


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Randomness is an important element of encryption. Take any of the trial or commercial applications and test the encrypted files. Go to the following web site and follow the testing directions. This site uses radioactive decay as a random data source as a product. At this site you can rapidly (just a minute or two) perform at least 6 tests evaluating the randomness of encrypted data. Compare the results of these tests with the Whitenoise random data file attached with the results achieved with a chunk of encrypted data using any process you currently employ, or compare the results against those achieved on the Hotbits site. Testing results from extensive randomness testing against the NIST test suite is available from the University of Victoria.