SECURYPTO – ENCRYPTED DATA TRANSFER & STORAGE
According to the main purpose or fixed design of this article, I will be presenting you a brief introduction about file transfer encryption.
A BRIEF PRESENTATION
File transfer encryption is an essential security measure that prevents outsiders from being able to read or understand the data that is being transferred. This protects the information from potential hackers. When data is encrypted, the information gets manipulated into an unidentifiable format while in transit, and once it reaches it’s destination, the data becomes readable again. This way, the data is only accessible by those it is intended for.
There are three options for encrypting file transfer data: FTPS (File Transfer Protocol Secure), SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol) and HTTPS (HTTP Secure). All three are heavily used for internal to external, or business to business transfers. but first, let start with the basic part of it.
The fastest of the three file transfer encryption options, and the most widely implemented, is FTPS (or FTP over SSL). FTPS has implicit and explicit notes, but both utilize SSL encryption. With FTPS Implicit SSL, the client and server institute a SSL session before any data can be transfered. Comparatively, in FTPS Explicit SSL, the client and server decide together what level of encryption standard is required for the data to transfer. This is helpful because both un-encrypted FTP and encrypted FTPS sessions can occur on a single port. However, this can’t always occur and a range of data ports must be available for use.
SFTP only requires one port, making it the one of the simpler options for encryption. All data exchanged between an SFTP client and server will be protected by an encryption cipher, as well as through the use of public and private keys. These offer a further further protection through another form of authentication, called public key authentication.
While FTPS and SFTP are great to use within servers, HTTPS is better for interactive, human-based transfers. We can see HTTPs at work even in the web sites we use. HTTPS protects data sent between web browsers and the websites we visit. Web browsers like Chrome and Firefox even visually display this security through a locked padlock in the security bar. HTTPS uses SSL or TSL protocols. Like SFTP, HTTPS also uses Public Key Infrastructure. In this system, the public and private keys depend on each other. Websites or data encrypted with the public key can only be decrypted with the private key, and vice-versa.
Ultimately, all three of these options (FTPS, SFTP and HTTPS) will automatically and transparently encrypt a company’s data and protect it from being snipped as its traversing over the Internet. Which is the right for your company just boils down to your specific file transfer encryption needs.
Not only is it important to encrypt data as you transfer files from one server to the next, but it is equally important to protect and encrypt these data as it rests on your home server. Why? Two reasons. One, data exchange files are particularly vulnerable because they are files in a very easily-consumed format. Encrypting this resting file adds a new level of protection against potential hackers. Two, file transfer servers on the Internet are more exposed to an attack.
By encrypting data at rest, the hacker would not only have to break into the server, but they would also have to find the key to decrypt the data. This will make their task longer and more strenuous, giving your organization ample time to notify the authorities and track down the hacker.
Yes, your company may be utilizing a firewall, DMZ or a reverse proxy, but even with these things in place you’re still exposed because all three are connected to the outside world, while a file transfer is not. During today’s threat of cyber theft, it is important for organizations to take a strategic and defensive approach by protecting their data — regardless as to whether it is in motion or at rest.
In reference with the motion of this article, Today! I will be presenting you a particular undisputed project called: SECURYPTO
WHAT IS SECURYPTO ?
Securypto is a Zerocoin, Masternode based blockchain project that focuses on anonymous storage and encryption. Market Incentives Increasing Income With Anonymity Distribution. Create emerging markets. Transfer or save encrypted messages and files that can not be found through the Internet. It is connected to an open security sheet for additional security layers. It is accomplished with the combination of specially designed hardware, software and block networks.
A market agitation technology by:
Transfer or store truly untraceable encrypted messages & files across the internet.
Linked to an open source hardware wallet for an extra security layer.
All Achieved by a combination of specially designed Hardware, Software & Blockchain.
The following three unique key combinations (Software, dedicated hardware and lockchain) opens a wide and various door of opportunity to solve many internet related issues and at the same time add a secure, anonymous and privacy layer on the top of it.
Securypto is not just an blockchain, but an opensource project aimed to redesign how we save and transfer data to protect our privacy!
Securypto blockchain is what adds a privacy layer on the top of all the features offered by the dedicated hardware (DSG) and the software. At the same time, it creates a Paid-Content-Management which enables the users to get rewarded for their uploaded content and the hosts to get paid for their hosting facilities and for this you need SCU coins.
Dedicated open source hardware: Maximum security can only be achieved by combining matched design of hard and soft-ware together.
Securypto have designed a dedicated open source hardware called DigiSafeGuard (DSG) to level up the security
even further. A physical secure digital vault in the palm of your hand for Crypto Payments, Secure messaging, Password management, File encryption and more. DSG is specially designed to work and interact with Securypto blockchain to maximizing your security & privacy.
Privacy across the internet: When using DigiSafeGuard hardware or standalone software, your messages and other uploaded data are encrypted, however they are not truly anonymous.
Your internet provider or anybody else sniffing your internet can link your files & messages to your payments and your conversation parties.
This is a major privacy concern what can easily be solved using Securypto Blockchain.
Your messages & datas are not only encrypted, but also untraceable using zerocoin blockchain technology.
Monetizing content distribution: Empowering content creators to receive direct payment for each download, views and purchases. Just upload, ask a fee for your content and get paid by the download!
Securypto Blockchain monetizes content distribution by enabling content providers get paid for their contributions.
DigiSafeGuard USE CASES
SECURYPTO ICO AND TOKEN ANALYSIS
Dev team assembling.
Initial software development.
Hardware team assembling.
Initial hardware vault research.
Further development of hardware
Further development of software.
Further development of hardware.
Further development of software.
Prototype production DigiSafeGuard.
Digisafeguard Website Launch.
Control panel development
ERC-20 ICO contract creation.
ICO contract testing.
ICO Promotion team assembling.
Setup Community & Social media platforms.
Test-net Masternode / Staking reconstructing.
Initial Hardware development DSG-Lite.
Initiating ICO Pre-Sale.
Initiating ICO Public Sale
Media promotion and publications.
Test-net activation Securypto Blockchain.
Marketing team assembling.
IPFS integration preparation.
Desktop Wallet development.
Linux, Windows & Mac.
Android & IOS wallet development.
Onion routing integration preparation.
Integration external hosting facilities.
Hardware vault Production DSG.
Onion routing activation.
Preparation Securypto main-net.
Securypto main-net launch.
Hardware Production DSG-Lite version.
More Information Visit The SECURYPTO Link:
WHITEPAPER : https://www.securypto.io/whitepaper-securypto.pdf
ANN THREAD : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5055447
TWITTER : https://twitter.com/Securypto
TELEGRAM : https://t.me/securypto
REDDIT : https://www.reddit.com/r/Securypto
FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/pg/securypto
YOUTUBE : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_pkRGvL49nzA8JhSUgyOGQ