by Jared TwylerJuly 31, 2012
This document describes how data is transferred over the IAPS Security Services, L.L.C.'s global server network.
Without the IAPS Security Store, whenever you connect to the internet, everything you read or write, transfer or receive is basically unencrypted and in plain text. The internet is constructed in a way that data is transferred from your pc, laptop or notebook over multiple other computers to their destination which could be your friend's pc or a web server. Each computer in this chain is called a 'hop' because the data is figuratively 'hopping' from one computer to the next until they reach the desired destination.
Over how many hops data is routed depends on the distance between sender and recipient and the routing setup, but connections are on average carried over about one to two dozen hops. At each of these computers or hops, everything you send or receive — the web sites you request, your emails, your chats, the files you transfer, etc. — can be read and stored. Your transferred information could also be read and stored if somebody would wiretap the cables or connections between any of these computers, including the line at your own home. The most convenient location to observe you and to store everything you do on the internet is, of course, your ISP (Internet Service Provider), because all data you send to the internet and receive from it have to pass through your ISP. In the last years and months, many countries passed legislation which obliges your ISP to record your connection data and to store it for several months to several years. ISP's in some countries are obliged to hand these data over to law enforcement or secret service agencies without review by an independent judge.
Here is where IAPS Security Services, L.L.C. can help you. If you sign up for our service, you will get access to several encryption and anonymization servers located in different parts of the world. Instead of connecting directly to a web site or to your friend, IAPS Security Services, L.L.C. will create a high security encrypted connection to one of our servers first. All data you choose will then automatically be encrypted by your pc and sent through this encrypted connection to our anonymization server. Our server will accept the data and in addition will strip the data from information that could personally identify you.
Data, texts, photos, emails, movies, or web site requests you send over the internet carry for example a unique number, called IP address, which identifies you. You can compare it to a telephone number. Every computer which is connected to the internet, including yours, has a unique IP address which identifies it. These data sometimes also contain other personal information, such as the browser you use and its version, your operating system, or software plug ins you have installed. If somebody investigates these pieces of data he knows they were transferred by your machine or sent to you.
Our anonymization server decrypts the data it received and replaces your personally identifying information (such as your IP address) with its own identity. Then it sends the data to the destination, e.g. the web site you wanted to access. The web site and all hops (computers) between it and our anonymization server will no longer know to whom the data really belong. They will think our server made the request, and the web server will thus transmit the requested content of the web site back to our server, where our server will encrypt the data again and send it to your PC.
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