Additive Process for Assuring the Identity of Sending & Receiving Parties During Key Exchange

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SAIL and Your Business

  • Process that CONFIRMS the identity of both the SENDER and RECIPIENT when exchanging encrypted data
  • Eliminates man-in-the-middle and spoofing attacks
  • Facilitates incorporation of biometric data into the symmetric encryption process
  • Can be adapted to work within existing TLS process or other processes that require additional security assurances

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What is SAIL?

  • Better secures email & ecommerce transactions
  • Better protects against “man-in-the-middle” attacks
  • Eliminates “Phishing”
  • Uses standardized (RSA) encryption
  • Provides notable benefits vs. (TLS) process:
    • SAIL significantly improves on the simplistic (TLS) process by including steps that securely authenticate & identify both parties.
    • SAIL combined with a key exchange (such as Secure Channel’s Secure Key Infrastructure) would provide additional security benefits over the existing (TLS + OAuth 2.0) process in-use today.