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A New Security Solution Implemented By The Use Of The Multilayered Structural Data Sectors Switching Algorithm (Msdssa)


  • Alexandru Tăbușcă

    (Romanian-American University)


The present paper is a short extract from my PhD thesis and presents two different security field solutions: a conceptual one (an algorithm) and a practical one (a software application). I introduce the MSDSSA algorithm and a software application usable for encrypting different data files in the Microsoft Windows environment. The application was created as a new version of an application introduced at the time of my university graduation, upgraded to the second version for commercial use, upgraded to the third version at the time of some major modifications implementations in 2007 and now, finally, upgraded to its fourth version after the implementation of the MSDSSA algorithm.

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  • Alexandru Tăbușcă, 2010. "A New Security Solution Implemented By The Use Of The Multilayered Structural Data Sectors Switching Algorithm (Msdssa)," Romanian Economic Business Review, Romanian-American University, vol. 4(2), pages 164-168, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:rau:journl:v:4:y:2010:i:2:p:164-168

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