Hacking Expensive Government Systems is A Thing of The Past with Crypviser, The Most Secure, Encrypted Communication Platform

May 19, 2017
OpenLedger DEX

A cyber-attack that hit organizations worldwide including the UK’s National Health Service was “unprecedented”, Europe’s police agency says. These attacks could easily have been prevented by Crypviser’s secure, encrypted communication platform, based on Blockchain technologies. Using state-of-the-art encryption protocols, Crypviser allows businesses, government officials and private customers to overcome even the most hardcore security challenges posed by popular communication platforms and messaging services, which are prone to hacking attacks and periodic outages.

Crypviser’s solutions not only prevent information leakages to third parties, but also eliminates man-in-the-middle attacks, local data storage vulnerabilities and allows detection of unauthorized interception attempts through integrated intrusion detection algorithms.

Crypviser Secure Protocol (CSMP) provides real end-to-end encryption and a blockchain-based, disruptive public keys distribution model. Every message sent over the platform is encrypted at the users’ side before it is transmitted over the network. At the same time, a unique public key authentication algorithms  enables the parties to verify each other’s public keys manually in peer-to-peer mode (for FREE subscription), or automatically through Blockchain transactions.

It also provides local level security for storing data within a device using a symmetric 256-bit encryption key, based on finger movement patterns. CSMP includes reliable encryption technologies such as Elliptic Curve Cryptography, the newest and fastest stream cipher SALSA20/20, SHA3-512 HASH, and more.

The patent pending CrypID client-server authorization technology, along with the first Blockchain implementation in the scope of instant data exchange. makes Crypviser the most secure communication solution on the market.

A review of all the features offered by Crypviser shows that it is also a secure, all-around, private social network application capable of sending messages and multimedia files, voice, video, conference calls and sharing any kind of data. Businesses can get out of the network by utilizing the secure cloud-based PBX features, special widgets, and services.

Vadim Andryan, CEO and Chief Architect of Crypviser, says, “These kinds of massive attacks mainly happen because employees do not care enough about their workplace security and often breach MDM/BYOD corporate policies. Using personal devices and even corporate communication platforms without providing the appropriate level of security for data exchange poses serious risks, allowing for information leakage and infection by malicious software.”

“For instance, a popular communication app like Skype, installed on the working space could became a main source for the most serious security issues, as it is loved by hackers, allowing them to take control over user accounts and distribute malicious links through entire contact lists.”

The Crypviser Network provides a secure ecosystem using automated encryption and authentication solutions based on Blockchain technologies. Cross-platform applications allow interconnected devices to exchange any kind of data without involving users in complex cryptographic processes.

Crypviser utilizes the advantages of Blockchain to solve the biggest and most historical challenges of asymmetric cryptography – public key encryption. This means that as part of the heavily protected Crypviser system, users can get access to the network from any device, from anywhere, without worrying about their safety, any kind of “Man in the Middle” attacks, or “identity theft” issues.

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