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August 28, 2018, 05:28:39 AM

Hackers are everywhere! They have made the life unsafe for the users to keep any sort of information intact and confidential.

So now the question is what to do in this case especially when you observe the increasing number of hackers all around the world who not just only steal the information but misuse it too. Complicated, isn’t it? But nothing to worry about now as we have introduced a complete and supreme solution to keep your information absolutely safe from these hackers. “Cloud Fish” — yes Cloud Fish it is! CloudFish is an Atlanta based startup affiliated with US’s top-tier engineering university, the Georgia Institute of Technology’s ATDC Accelerate program.

It is a leading player in the cloud security and block-chain technologies announced that it plans to launch its own token via an initial coin offering during the current quarter. It’s an advanced, secured and user friendly application which secures any sort of information stored anywhere in any drive whether it is Dropbox, Google Drive, Box and Microsoft OneDrive.

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August 28, 2018, 06:21:09 AM

Cloud fish seems interesting but how much it charge?? or any trial free??

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August 28, 2018, 08:41:27 AM

In contrast, CloudFish developed a proprietary technology that encrypts the digital enterprise assets like documents, emails, IPAs, crypto-currencies [sic] etc. It then splits the encryption key into millions of pieces and distribute [sic] it on block-chain [sic] thereby making it virtually impossible for a hacker to decrypt and steal the sensitive data. The dynamic key split and reconstruction mechanism on block-chain [sic] is a proprietary technology of Cloudfish [sic] for which a patent is in-progress.

If you split the encryption key into several parts that are stored on one of the many public blockchains in a way that (by necessity) is recoverable by your service... what prevents a hacker to recover the encryption key in the same way that your service does?

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