World VoIP NewsNtrepid acquires a patent on identity protection of all VoIP operations Ntrepid acquires a patent on identity protection of all VoIP operations

Ntrepid acquires a patent on identity protection of all VoIP operations


Ntrepid acquires a patent on identity protection of all VoIP operations
Company Ntrepid Corporation has announced about the receiving an official US patent on specific solution for identity protective measures within all kinds of networks.
All kinds of networks, including the Web, appear as the virtual realm where individuals send and receive digital texts, VoIP signaling, images in order to process data and information, share values, and, most crucial, negotiate and fulfill business transactions. Just handful of users fully understands, how easily the packages of digital communication can be maliciously intercepted, verified, and followed back to the initiator or originator. Real mode privacy breaches can result in massive monetary loss or real bad impact on company marketing and business reputation, when a process is blocked or all kinds of plans and secret information are exposed and attached to the open files of an individual or company. Company’s Ntrepid's innovation, attached already with the dedicated patent number, is a solution, that covers identifying parameters of users and devices when processing data over disparate kinds of networks. The roster of such parameters designated for dynamic masking from the Ntrepid includes the originator's IP address, operational platform, time zone, email address, logon names, and kind of browser. The utility can also re-distribute large-volumes data collection queries thru hundreds of non-affiliated IP addresses to fool out any potential blocking. The patent is designed for levels of intra-PC, as well as VoIP communications, paging, and other architectures where the basis of communications conducts identifying packets of information about the transmitting source of a message. It can be used widely to wired and mobile, intranet and internet, LANs and WLANs and any hybrids of all those. "Similar anonymity saving and misattribution tools, all those using just a single proxy server, effectively mask just one element of an originator's personal and sensitive data, namely the IP address," states Lance Cottrell, official at Ntrepid. "Different network security algorithms, including most popular firewall and virus prevention software, are designed to figure out and terminate malicious content, without the protective measures for users' identities. Ntrepid's patented engine is the revolutionary and very first system, designed for efficient hiding of merely all the identity elements, thus keeping the whole privacy of our clientele." The patent is the fundament for several core technologies in Ntrepid's ION array, designed to bring up a package of attribution control products. Starting with the essential IP address masking to geo-dependent processing control, Ntrepid handles the technical issues of identity umbrella for its customers by means of its ION applications. The ION array consists with the elements of virtualization, crypto and other mechanisms to ensure absolute masking.


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