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Anthony C FASCENDA, Emil STURNIOLO: System and method of per-packet keying. Koolspan, Hunton & Williams, December 18, 2008: US20080313458-A1

A method of per-packet keying for encrypting and decrypting data transferred between two or more parties, each party having knowledge of a shared key that allows a per-packet key to differ for each packet is provided. Avoiding the use of a static session key during encryption offers several advantag ...


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Anthony C Fascenda: System, method and apparatus for utilizing transaction databases in a client - server environment. Wilmer Cutler & Pickering, March 6, 2003: US20030046291-A1

A system, method and apparatus for utilizing transaction databases in a client-server environment. The transaction databases can be used to receive and retain multiple server responses to consecutive client requests regardless of the temporal relationship between the multiple responses and consecuti ...


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Anthony C Fascenda: Subnet box. Koolspan, Hunton & Williams, April 28, 2005: US20050091483-A1

The invention provides an external in-line device (“Subnet Box”) placed between a network and an access point to achieve secure Wi-Fi communications without needing to modify the access point. The Subnet Box comprises an embedded token and will authenticate users based on pre-stored access rights. I ...


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Anthony C Fascenda: Mass subscriber management. KOOLSPAN, Hunton & Williams, April 7, 2005: US20050074122-A1

An authentication and mass subscriber management technique is provided by employing a key table derived as a subset of a larger key pool, a network edge device, and authentication tokens attached on both the network edge device and on a subscriber's computing device. The network edge device and subs ...


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Anthony C Fascenda: Automatic hardware-enabled virtual private network system. KOOLSPAN, Hunton & Williams, August 25, 2005: US20050188194-A1

The present invention provides a technique for automatically establishing efficient, remote, secure client connections to one or more locations using a smart card enabled client driver and a smart card enabled network edge device (“Subnet Box”) capable of establishing an end-to-end hardware encrypte ...


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Anthony C FASCENDA: Localized network authentication and security using tamper-resistant keys. KOOLSPAN, Hunton & Williams, May 1, 2008: US20080104399-A1

The invention provides a secure Wi-Fi communications method and system. In an embodiment of the invention, unique physical keys, or tokens, are installed at an access point and each client device of the network. Each key comprises a unique serial number and a common network send cryptographic key an ...


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Anthony C Fascenda, James Gibbons: Network cryptography system and method. Koolspan, Hunton & Williams, February 28, 2008: US20080052511-A1

A system for and method of providing encrypted network communications is presented. The system and method involve creating encrypted frames used for secure communications between cooperating peers that are the same size as the original unencrypted frames. The system and method thus provide secure co ...


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Anthony C Fascenda: Self-managed network access using localized access management. Hunton & Williams, April 15, 2004: US20040073672-A1

The invention provides a method and system for locally tracking network usage and enforcing usage plans at a client device. In an embodiment of the invention, a unique physical key, or token, is installed at a client device of one or more networks. The key comprises a usage application and one or mo ...


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Anthony C Fascenda: Localized network authentication and security using tamper-resistant keys. Hunton & Williams, April 15, 2004: US20040073797-A1

The invention provides a secure Wi-Fi communications method and system. In an embodiment of the invention, unique physical keys, or tokens, are installed at an access point and each client device of the network. Each key comprises a unique serial number and a common network send cryptographic key an ...


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Anthony C Fascenda: Remote secure authorization. KOOLSPAN, Hunton & Williams, May 12, 2005: US20050102509-A1

The present invention discloses a technique provisioning network cryptographic keys to a client when direct physical transfer is not feasible. In an embodiment of the invention, a client token generates a temporary key encrypted with a first secret key known only in a master token database and passe ...