NSA Suite B Mobility Encryption Algorithms and Internet Protocols for “Top Secret” employed for the Scrambl3 [Private Mobile Network]:

NSA approved Encryption Algorithms for Top Secret

Function Algorithm Parameter for Top Secret
Encryption Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) 256 bit keys
Key Exchange Elliptic Curve Diffie-Hellman (ECDH) Curve P-384
Digital Signature (Authentication) Elliptic Curve Digital Signature (ESDSA) Curve P-384
Hashing (Pseudo-random function) Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA) SHA-384

Internet Protocols

VPN: IPsec (IKEv2) with MOBIKE

TLS (Tranport Layer Security)

SRTP (Secure Real-Time Transport Protocol)

Compliance with U.S. Government Laws:

Scrambl3’s Encryption Registration Number is R107029 and is in compliance with U.S. Government Export Administration Regulations (EAR). As such, Scrambl3 may not be exported or re-exported from the U.S. to or downloaded by anyone in any countries controlled for anti-terrorism reasons under the EAR, which currently include Iran, North Korea, Cuba, Syria and Sudan. In addition, Scrambl3 may not be exported or re-exported from the U.S. to or downloaded by any person or entity subject to U.S. sanctions regardless of location. Due to U.S. National Security concerns, the U.S. Department of Commerce and the NSA restrict the export of Scrambl3 source code/technology to foreign Governments. USMobile is prohibited from selling its technology to foreign governments other than that of the European Union.

CALEA Statement

CALEA (Communication Assistance for Law Enforcement Act) is a U.S. bulk surveillance program that is managed by the FBI on behalf of law enforcement agencies. USMobile is exempt from CALEA because Scrambl3 is a Private Network and it is not interconnected to the Publicly Switched Telephone Network (PSTN), nor does it substantially replace the services of a public telecommunications carrier.