If you have questions, comments, or would like more information, drop us a line:
Plain text email works best. The previous <Wright-PattersonAFRL.RYW_ATSPI_Outreach@us.af.mil> address should work as well for now. The older <ATSPI_Outreach@wpafb.af.mil> address is being discontinued, but the new address reaches the same people. Please allow a few business days for a response.
If you need a postal address for official correspondance:Air Force Research Laboratory
TENS Program Management Office
AFRL/RIEB, Building 3
525 Brooks Rd
Rome NY 13441-4505
Trusted End Node Security (TENS) technology is developed and managed by the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Information Directorate. This program began as the Anti-Tamper Software Protection Initiative in 2001 with its flagship products Lightweight Portable Security and Encryption Wizard. The TENS program office offers products that provide network security from the end node perspective while providing user capabilities of remote access, secure web browsing, and file/folder encryption, in addition to other initiatives. The core products sustained by the TENS program are TENS-Public, TENS-Professional, Bootable Media, and various forms of Encryption Wizard. These products are intended to be used by the U.S. Department of Defense and the rest of the Federal government, while also providing Public versions of the software to the open source community, when possible. The Public versions are available for download on our website and are not customized. AFRL has a strong legacy of providing secure end node technology, with a supported user base in the hundreds of thousands. Please navigate the sidebar to learn more about the products managed by the TENS program office.