Presentations, Downloads, Demos


This demonstration is Windows based and works with Media Player Classic 32-bit which is an open source media player. The following needs to be done only once.

Download and install the Media Player Classic from You must select the 32-bit version even if your computer is capable of running 64-bit. This is also included in the following link. Install 32-bit Media Player Classic.

Whitenoise Media Streaming Demo - Download and unzip the file to your desktop.

Extract all the files to your desktop. It will create a folder called Whitenoise_Media_Demo_32-bit_setup.

Open Whitenoise_Media_Demo_32-bit_setup and install the 32-bit Media Player Classic by right clicking on MPC-HC.1.7.11.x86 and Run as an Administrator.

From Whitenoise_Media_Demo_32-bit_setup Click on the Codec folder and install the Codec (filter) for Media Player Classic - Codec > klmcodec116. Again, right click and Run as an Administrator.

Right Click on Whitenoise Media Player Setup and Run as an Administrator to install it.

Copy StreamDemoSetup to an external USB key. Extract the executable to the root drive of the USB and install it. It will create a WN Media Key to play encrypted media. You will see a Keys folder when it is installed.

Open Media Player Classic 32-bit and play a WN media file wnm that is included in the folder.

Fast tests:

If the key on the USB is in the computer the file will play. If the key is not present it will not play. If the USB key is removed while encrypted media is playing the buffer will clear and the video will stop because the key for decryption is not present.

Confirm that media files are encrypted by trying to compress them with winzip. Perfect encrypted is perfectly random. You cannot compress a WN media file. The result zip file will be the same size as the original.



Create exponential one-time-pads of any size. Test the speed on different Windows machines. The algorithm goes as fast as the processor is able.

WN Key creation and speed tester




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

Telecom Council of Silicon Valley Forum

AT&T Certification

Standards Presentation to the European Telecommunications Standards Institute 201

BAH US Cyber Security Demonstrator

Standards 2012

ATT Certification


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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.