Sicheres Internet

Mission

Aufbau einer erschwinglichen Cyber-Sicherheitstechnologie, damit wir alle globalen Benutzer schützen können, um ein offenes und zugängliches Internet aufrechtzuerhalten und das Leben und die Chancen für alle Menschen zu verbessern.

Der Vorteil des Schutzes des gesamten Internets liegt bei den schutzbedürftigen und nicht anspruchsvollen Benutzern. Wenn wir die Hochländer in Papua-Neuguinea schützen können, können wir das globale Problem der Cybersicherheit lösen.

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Mission

Aufbau einer erschwinglichen Cyber-Sicherheitstechnologie, damit wir alle globalen Benutzer schützen können, um ein offenes und zugängliches Internet aufrechtzuerhalten und das Leben und die Chancen für alle Menschen zu verbessern.

Der Vorteil des Schutzes des gesamten Internets liegt bei den schutzbedürftigen und nicht anspruchsvollen Benutzern. Wenn wir die Hochländer in Papua-Neuguinea schützen können, können wir das globale Problem der Cybersicherheit lösen.

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Obfuscation

Internet 2.0's own Invention to hide your network from hackers

Advanced Encryption

Makes traffic unreadable to traditional interception

Intrusion Detection

Detect malware and attackers by anonymously inspecting data packets

Packet Blocking

Block packets once they are detected as a threat before they reach the user

Advanced Firewall

Fully Configurable Firewall with advanced default settings

Configurable Routing

Has the capability to configure as a router and configure VLANs

14 September 2020

Zhenhua Data 

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Internet 2.0 provided key technical and infrastructural support to the consortium that leaked the Overseas Key Information Database (OKIDB) compiled by Zhenhua Data inc.

Working with a Media Consortium for 4 months, including Angus Grigg from the AFR as well as the Washington Post, Indian Express, UK Telegraph, Il Foglio and the Globe and Mail. Internet 2.0 was able to provide the support needed to bring this global data privacy issue to light. 

The Australian Financial Review

16 August 2020

China: Facial Recognition

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Working with Sharri Markson on Sky News Australia, Internet 2.0 revealed evidence of China's mass surveillance programs, this one being in Tongren City in central southern China, specifically the Tujia and Miao Autonomous County. 

The data showed the sophistication of real time Facial recognition and the high level of corresponding Metadata attached to individuals in the surveillance systems. This included personal information, addresses and phone numbers.

Sky News Australia

9 May 2020

Covid: Wuhan Lab Records 

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Robert Potter revealed the disparity in reporting and tracking of Coronavirus cases in China based on leaked records from the The Wuhan Institute of Virology.

 

Robert said the records included cities that hadn’t appeared among publicly revealed cases. He found more cases from the northern city of Harbin than reported. There were cases in Inner Mongolia and Shanxi Province not found in public data. He had done comparisons with recently released information in China.

The Australian

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