Not all services provide the ability to have their transactions encrypted, this is especially true of legacy systems. Any service that does authentication or any other sensitive transaction in the clear is a potential source of disclosure. These services must not be allowed to continue running unencrypted traffic across your network, as they are vulnerable to disclosure, replay, and man-in-the-middle attacks. The "Augmented Encryption for Insecure Services" system can provide robust end to end 256bit SSL Encryption, as well as identity verification to ensure that your transaction is not being intercepted or altered. As an alternative, secure tunnels using AES or Blowfish encryption are also available.