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HAIPEHigh Assurance Internet Protocol Encryptor
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The ViaSat IPS-250X is a HAIPE inline network encryptor and supports the secure exchange of classified information up to the secret level.
As admitted by Haipe as part of his guilty plea in December 1995, several
All wideband radios certified by NSA are required to implement the new HAIPE security protocol.
According to the Justice Department, Haipe is now scheduled to be sentenced
A high security profile was also a consideration, as the data is encrypted using the Haipe standard.
It was also designed with enough processing capacity to support future cryptographic and networking features, including the next-generation, evolving HAIPE and Link Encryption Family (LEF) interoperability standards, the company said.
Optical carriers raised the capacity of the Defence Information System Network worldwide from 0.15 Gbps to ten Gbps (Gigabit/sec), and the whole network migrated to IPv6 by 2008, bringing with it High-speed, high-Assurance IP Encryption (Haipe) to Department of Defense networks
* Embedded GIG compliant HAIPE (1.3.5) COMSEC suite.
Furthermore, the integration of the US National Security Agency's High Assurance Internet Protocol Encryptor (Haipe) waveform (supporting Haipe inline encryption equipment)--together with its onboard Sierra II software programmable encryption module--the radio can handle traffic over the Secure Internet Protocol Router Network, also known as 'Siprnet', which will allow the user to send and receive data and voice to and from higher echelons in the Department of Defence, thus enabling a seamless communication link between forward-deployed combat echelons and the highest levels of military power.