Another view of the CFP
eb at sr.hp.com
Thu Mar 31 10:28:19 PST 1994
David Koontz writes:
> The AT&T Surety Communications Voice/Data Terminal 4100 is
> an STUIII with a type IIIe (e for export, read clipper) cryptographic
> algorithm, the model numbers for type I and type II STUIIIs are series
> 1000 and 2000 respectively.
Wow, I'm pretty sure I have some 4100 data sheets I got ~9 months ago
that said the 4100 did not use clipper, but used some "proprietary"
algorithm. The 3600 sheets I rcvd at the same time did make reference
to clipper. I'll have to dig them out and check.
> AT&T Surity (tm)
> Voice/Data Terminal 4100
> For Sensitive,
> Business Applications
> Security features
> - Clipper encryption algorthin - Display window for
> - Secure Access Control authentification identification
> System (SACS) - Information to create a call
> - Auto-answer, auto-secure audit trail
> - Active and passive terminal - Non-error propagating
> zeroization - Plain text inhibit
Anybody know what SACS is?
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