Advanced Encryption Standard-256 Bits
AES is a Block Encryption Standard adopted by the US Federal Government, mainly used to encrypt sensitive data. AES is the most commonly used symmetrical encryption algorithm. The same key is required for both encryption and decryption to ensure data confidentiality.
The length of AES key can be 128, 192, or 256 bit. Generally speaking, the longer the key, the harder it is for the content to be hacked. SSSTC SSD features AES-256, the number of combinations of the key space is 2256 , which makes it hack-proof.