There are 26 letters A through Z in the alphabet. (Case does not matter.) There are ten digits 0 through 9. For CYBERIAN™ TIGER, that means that there are 26 + 10 = 36 choices for each of the seven characters in a key. 36 X 36 X 36 X 36 X 36 X 36 X 36 works out to 78 billion different keys. Whose data is worth that much effort to disclose? Maybe that of a terrorist cell that is planning serious harm. Can a terrorist message be cracked? Yes, but at great expense. Not many organizations in the world have the computer power to decrypt streams of files and messages, each with different keys.
So there is a front door to decrypting content encrypted with CYBERIAN™ TIGER. The only question is whether the content is worth the enormous time and effort required. Example: If all you are sharing in your encrypted communication is your firm's design of a new product, you are probably more than secure. In the really exceptional case that China's People's Liberation Army really wants your stuff, appeal for sponsorship to Extreme Encryption by a government agency with security concerns.
Friday, July 27, 2018: Release of CYBERIAN™ TIGER will follow later in August after we have tested our payment and program authentication systems, and analyzed feedback from people's use of the free trial CYBERIAN™ LYTE.