Wednesday, April 16, 2008

BabelSecure LLC Announces Turing Challenge for Encryption Method SAMURAI

BabelSecure LLC Announces Turing Challenge for Encryption Method SAMURAI

Auction of BabelSecure Assets to Close Midnight June 13 (PST)

Tucson, Ariz., April 4, 2008 - BabelSecure LLC announced today the release of the Turing Challenge, a test posed to any individual or team with the resources and skills to decrypt a specific code found on the BabelSecure website and created with Samurai technology.

The creators of BabelSecure see the Turing Challenge as the most effective way to truly assess the capability of Samurai. “This will really put us to the utmost test,” exclaims Wayne Rod, a managing partner of BabelSecure. “We want the verification. We want people to scare us a bit. Nonetheless, I have no doubt in our ability.” They are so confident in the security of Samurai; they are offering $5000.00 (USD) as a prize and motivational tool to the first person or team to crack the code.

The Turing Challenge is also designed to generate recognition, and BabelSecure LLC is auctioning off the assets, all patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets to its important information security tools. The bidding is currently open and will close at midnight of June 13, 2008 PST. Full dates and information are offered on the website:

BabelSecure LLC is in discussions with a variety of partner businesses addressing the fundamental markets of: protected communications; secure movie and program downloads; computer data protection; and secure control of remote computers. Samurai is an easy to use and easy to install data protection technology that works with any field in which information security is of the greatest importance.

If you would like further information, or would like to schedule a meeting with the principals, contact Crystal Ogram at 520/440-2783 or email