MSPI News - June 2018

June/14/2018: In development at MSPI: A new UWP application for Microsoft Windows 10 that utilizes Azure facial recognition technology to verify the identity of persons seeking access to controlled or critical resources. Details will be provided as the project moves towards completion.

Nov/12/2017: ObjectX™ Release 5 (MSPI Version 1.5) has completed Microsoft re-Certification and has been re-introduced to the Windows Store. It has received minor internal changes, a new MSPI Digital Certificate and a pricing adjustment. In the Windows Store, the section titled "What's new in this version" incorrectly shows "Release Three".

Nov/8/2017: SkyCipher® Release 2 (MSPI Version 2.0) has completed Microsoft re-Certification and has been re-introduced to the Windows Store. It has received minor internal changes, a new MSPI Digital Certificate and a pricing adjustment. In the Windows Store, the section titled "What's new in this version" incorrectly shows "Release One".

July/26/2016: MSPI SkyCipher®, previously known as MSPI CodeBook™, has completed Microsoft certification and has been released to the Microsoft Windows Store. SkyCipher® can be found at this Microsoft Windows Store link.

July/18/2016: In the next few weeks, MSPI will be rebranding and re-releasing its CodeBook™ product under a new name. This action is being taken due to a trademark conflict with Zetetic, LLC. Zetetic has formally registered the term Codebook with the USPTO - effective June/28/2016. MSPI's new file encryption product for Windows 10 will be rebranded to the name SkyCipher®. MSPI SkyCipher® will retain complete backwards compatibility with the currently-available version of MSPI CodeBook.

June/17/2016: MSPI ObjectX™ Release-3 (R3), which supports Windows 10 and Windows 8.1, has completed IARC certification and has been re-released to the Microsoft Windows Store. The International Age Rating Coalition (IRAC) is a global rating and age classification system for digitally delivered applications. IARC ratings reflect the unique cultural differences among nations and regions. ObjectX has been rated ESRB.

MSPI Retired Products: The following MSPI software products have been retired from service: