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Google presents the Adiantum encryption, which will also ensure the security of lower-end devices. Those who do not keep up with AES.

The Android devices market is very diverse. The number of these devices can make even the biggest enthusiasts suffer from headaches. It is a double-edged weapon, because on the one hand it contributes to its greater fragmentation, but on the other - something good for everyone. And everyone can find a device that meets his needs. Of course, flagship from the top shelf have all the coolest options, they are made with attention to the smallest details, and security issues are treated with due care. However, things are a bit different in weaker headphones, which happens ... there is a lack of computing power to ensure equally high security. The cure for this is to be a new standard of express encryption for weaker Android devices - Adiantum.

Adiantum: fast encryption on Android even for weaker devices

The best devices on the market use the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), which ensures that only verified users have access to the information there. This one, though effective, turns out to be ineffective with weaker devices that simply can not cope with files quickly enough because they lack computing power. In practice, therefore, low-end appliances become a much easier target for hackers.

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Google, however, introduces Adiantum, their latest solution that allows up to five times faster than AES to encrypt data. What's more: it requires low computing power, thanks to which it can be successfully used even at cheaper, economical devices. This will allow them to provide more protection and it is possible that it will be a solid step in improving the security of IoT.
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