High-Security for Free
spreed features industrial strength high-security mechanisms. All
communication is secured by digital certificated issued by a trust
center authority. The data is encrypted using modern
state-of-the-art AES-256 encryption and 2048-bit secured key
Free spreed meetings are securely encrypted from now on!
- 256-Bit Advanced Encryption
Standard (AES) encryption
spreed data is encrypted using the SSL with AES encryption algorithm from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). spreed utilize a key length of 256-bit which doubles the key length of most commonly used 128-bit encryption techniques. The high-secure 256-bit encryption keys utilize 3,4 * 1038 (340 billions billions billions billions) times more combinations than a 128-bit encryption.
Note: the actual encryption algorithm may vary depending on browser capabilities.
- Digital Certificate, Public
2048-bit certificate issued by the Starfield Security Certification Authority.
- DER encoded binary X.509 (.CER)
- Base-64 encoded X.509 (.CER)
- Cryptographic Message Syntax Stendard - PKCS #7 Certificates (.P7B)
spreed Global Web Conferencing is produced by struktur, a Stuttgart, German based technology company. Shortly after the introduction of spreed, conferencing platforms are now in production in the USA (spreed.1and1.com), Europe (spreed.com), Japan (spreed.jp) and Australia (spreed.com.au). spreed meetings can be held on any PC or Mac without auxiliary software. spreed has over 50.000 users world-wide.