ADDERView Secure switches enable a KVM plus audio desktop to be shared between different classification level computers. Designed for superior usability, the switches feature configurable LED buttons and a real-time status display.
- NIAP PP 4.0 Compliant Design
- TAA Compliant
- Made in America
Uni-directional keyboard, video, mouse and audio data paths
Uni-directional optical diodes ensure data paths travel in only one direction, thus preventing data leakage through shared peripherals. A uni-directional structure also protects against timing analysis or forced malfunction attacks and prevents computers influencing the operation of any common circuitry.
Keyboard locks status
Indicate status of keyboard locks (CAPS-LOCK, NUM-LOCK, SCROLL-LOCK) that are blocked by uni-directional data paths.
No shared RAM between channels
The keyboard and mouse processor is powered down and reset at each switchover to thwart shared RAM leakages. All data buffers are actively cleared once they have been used.
Automatic switching (configuration option)
Free-flow KVM and audio control between ports without the need to press any buttons. Simply move the mouse between windows.
Reduce the chances of operator error by displaying a name for each channel and its security classification on the E-paper display. The color of the channel LED may also be configured to reflect the security classification.
Holographic anti-tampering labels protect the product’s enclosure, providing a clear visual indication if it has been opened or compromised.
Restricted USB function
The USB ports will only accept HID (Human Interface Devices), such as keyboards and mice. Other devices, such as USB storage drives, are actively prohibited.
There is no access to the product’s firmware or memory through any port. Firmware is permanently stored in non-reprogrammable Read Only Memory (ROM) to prevent modification. Firmware integrity is verified through a self-test procedure during power up. Detection of a critical failure disables the device and provides a clear visual indication to the user
Up to 1920 x 1200 at 60 Hz for graphics intensive applications requiring very high quality.
Computer video input interfaces are isolated through use of separate electronic components and power. The display is isolated by a dedicated, read-only, EDID (Extended Display Identification Data) emulation for each computer. Access to the monitor’s EDID and MCCS (Monitor Control Command Set) commands are blocked.