Carbyne Fiber Announces Kickstarter Campaign to Support September Product Launch

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Company launches with security solutions designed for customers who the highest security. Carbyne Fiber encrypts data and distributes traffic around the globe, shielding it from surveillance.

Encrypted email fragmented around the world

The four new products we have launched protect customers from serious security threats.

Carbyne Fiber announced this week that it will be taking orders for four new encrypted email and data products in September. Utilizing multi-factor authentication, servers that relocate daily and data packets processed around the globe, this is a never before seen security solution. To prepare for launch, they have launched a Kickstarter fundraiser to pre purchase the necessary hardware encryption devices. Carbyne Fiber is an IT security company founded by a global group of white hat hackers and security industry experts building systems for governments. Users can trust the company’s security cleared employees.

Carbyne Fiber plans to offer clients four levels of unmatched security -- The Cautious, The Paranoid, The Tin Foil and the Snowden. The plans have been constructed to meet the needs of a whole range of customers, from the slightly wary to the security obsessed (

Because the data is encrypted into mini packets processed by geographically dispersed servers, complete messages are never subject to snooping. Metadata is stripped from messages using Carbine Fiber’s highly advanced techniques and technologies.

Carbyne Fiber said, “Ever since Edward Snowden, the NSA whistleblower, had revealed that government agencies had been intercepting private citizens’ emails and data, there has been a demand for a secure way to send and receive data that keeps it away from snooping eyes.” The company has built an end to end encrypted email and data solution that is fragmented around the world. If a geographic location is unstable, they simply move the encrypted data into a different, safer world location.

While other companies have tried and failed to provide a secure on or off U.S soil offering, this time it’s different. Under the weight of government demands, companies like Lavabit have shut down.

“Carbyne Fiber email and data sits across at least 10 world locations, never in one jurisdiction. The four new products we have launched protect customers from serious security threats. There is a big demand for our services from journalists, and from industries such as finance and mining,” said the spokesman. “We launched these products initially because we wanted somewhere we could store our own data. Obviously security experts and penetration testers are quite paranoid, so we wanted somewhere we could put our own data securely and safely.”
Carbyne is the strongest material on the planet, and Carbyne Fiber now offers the strongest data security products now available. For more information, visit their web site at and to pledge to the Kickstarter campaign, visit

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