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Gretacoder 715
Highly secure encryptor for SIC bank transfers - this page is a stub

The Gretacoder 715 was a highly secure data encryption/decryption and authentication system, developed by Gretag Data Systems (formerly: Gretag) in Regensdorf (Switzerland) in the late 1980s. The device was developed for TELEKURS and was successfully used for many years by the Swiss Interbank Clearing Net (SIC) for safe money transfers between all major Swiss banks.

The image on the right shows a typical Gretacoder 715, as it was printed on the cover of the 1989 full-colour brochure [1].   

This page is a stub — At present, no further information about the Gretacoder 715 is available and we do not have this device in our collection. You can help us to expand this page, by supplying additional information or, ideally, a sample. If you are able to help, please contact us.
  1. Gretag AG, Gretacoder 715, Message Authenticator
    Full-colour brochure, 6 pages (English). January 1986.

  2. Gretag AG, Gretag, your partner in communications security
    Full-colour company brochure, June 1989.
  1. Dr. KH Müller, Gretag Data Systems liefert Sicherheit für italienisches Bancomat System
    Objectiv (internal Gretag publication) (German). September 1991. pp. 4-5.
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