07-30-2012 12:39 PM
I'm interested in purchasing a wireless keyboard, maybe the K270.
I am wondering if these keyboards with advanced 2.4Ghz, using the unifying receiver, encrypt communication?
I came across an article that the Unifying Receiver uses 128-bit AES encryption to pair with devices. I assume each device is paired with the receiver at the factory and each receiver is linked only to that unique device, unless the software is used to reconfigure.
So if somebody is scanning the air, the data is encrypted because the receiver requires 128-bit AES communication and ONLY that receiver is able to use the data. Is this correct or wrong? If correct this means that the keyboard is secure, right?
08-24-2012 02:55 PM
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