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Route1 Announces Release Of MobiLINK

Authentication and secure access technology enables users to securely access internal Web-enabled applications and Web resources

Toronto, Canada - March 21, 2013 - Route1 Inc. (TSXV: ROI), a digital security and identity management company whose customers include the U.S. Department of Defense, the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Energy and the Government of Canada, today released MobiLINK 1.0. MobiLINK is an authentication and secure access technology that enables users to securely access internal web-enabled applications and web resources from anywhere in the world.

MobiLINK empowers the enterprise with the ability to securely provide internal applications to the mobile workforce. MobiLINK is NOT a VPN-based technology and does not create additional nodes on the enterprise network or open your application to the outside world.

MobiLINK Features

Compatible with iOS based operating systems

Real-time out of band tool to manage certificate based entitlements

Centralized Policy Management for application entitlements and authorized MobiLINK versions

Offers users exactly the same access remotely that they have at their office

Multiple, distributed internal applications can be accessed from MobiLINK

Enterprise registration and deployment tools

Connection history details for auditing and reporting purposes

Easy to use application with no configuration required

MobiLINK minimizes the complexities of network configuration, proxy settings, or firewalls, and eliminates the need to create special internal profiles to connect the user to their enterprise to access an application. The MobiLINK technology seamlessly handles the complications of deploying and managing user and device certificates. Establishing a secure connection requires only MobiLINK, and once the secure session is finished, MobiLINK ensures that zero foot print is left behind on the Remote asset.

MobiLINK Security

Individual specific certificate-based technology, with secure delivery of certificate to the device

Multi-factor authentication

Mutually authenticated TLS 1.1 connection

256-bit AES encryption

RSA SHA-1 and SHA-2 signing algorithms

Internal URLs are not exposed to the internet and are not visible to the user

The MobiLINK browser is sandboxed, creating a secure workspace not exposed to the user's other internet browsing activities

The user's credentials and certificate are not available to other applications, the operating system or other devices

PKI based solution

Route1 has no ability to see into the user's secure connection

ABOUT ROUTE1, INC.

Route1 delivers industry-leading security and identity management technologies to corporations and government agencies who require universal, secure access to digital resources and sensitive data. These customers depend on The Power of MobiNET - Route1's universal identity management and service delivery platform. MobiNET provides identity assurance and individualized access to applications, data and networks. Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, Route1 is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange.

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