Budapest, Hungary (PRWEB) December 03, 2013
MySecureZone’s global Hacker Challenge, in which hackers were invited to break into the company’s Web-based encrypted email sending solution framework, was an astounding success. None of the 612 hackers across 41 countries who participated in the contest was able to successfully complete the task of breaking the Web encryption framework and reading the email previously encrypted by MySecureZone in order to claim the prize, which was a 5% stake in the company. The Hacker Challenge saw the highest participation from Canada (33.7%), France (18.8%), China (13.6%), the USA (7.5%), and Hungary (3.8%).
Speaking about the unique qualities of the Hacker Challenge, Istvan Balazs, CTO of MySecureZone, said, “We are delighted not only because none of the hackers was able to break into our Web-based encryption framework and read the email but also because this was accomplished despite a large number of known and unknown (0-day) exploit attacks focused on Web and OS penetration attempts against our Web server during the contest.”
To keep the Hacker Challenge up and running during the numerous wide-scale DDoS attacks, MySecureZone used a series of protection methods, including covariance matrix modeling for detecting various flooding attacks, dispersible traffic matrix and weighted moving average for blocking various DDoS attack types, and temporarily blocking abusers’ IP addresses and network ranges.
Encrypted email software has widespread applications in several industries, including the legal, finance, healthcare, insurance, enterprise, and banking industries, where information/data privacy, security, and confidentially are top priority. MySecureZone has raised the bar for private data secrecy and confidentiality by developing a unique solution that is very easy to use, not only for people at work in the aforementioned industries but also for members of the public in their day-to-day lives.
To roll out their secure, military-grade encrypted email, voice calling, instant messaging, VPN, and Web browsing (SSL proxy) services in January 2014, MySecureZone has launched a month-long $50,000 crowdfunding campaign through the international crowdfunding platform Indiegogo. The company is offering a lifelong subscription to their encrypted email or secure Web browsing service for $119 USD as well as a $599 All-in-One Lifetime Package (comprised of encrypted and secure email, voice calling, VPN, and Web browsing services) for a limited time during the campaign. With the campaign ending on December 10, 2013, this offer will only be available for the next eight days.
To help people connect to the world in total privacy using encrypted and secure services hosted on extremely hardened Swiss servers and to enjoy this first-of-its-kind, highest grade IT security that will soon be made available to the public, visit http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/mysecurezone-military-grade-encrypted-communication-for-you
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