EndpointLock™Patented Keystroke Encryption with KTLS™ Keystroke Transport Layer Security
Client, Customer, Vendor – Perimeter security begins at the keystroke
Anti-Screen Scraping - Hides the screen from screen loggers and sends them a black screen.
EndpointLock™ will automatically detect if a PC has an Intel TMP (Trusted Platform Module) chip
Warns the user of a kernel breach by detecting the presence any unsigned software or if a driver has been altered since it was released.
Anti-subversion technology prevents EndpointLock™ from being by-passed by other software by reinstalling itself in the first position in the kernel level.
Makes the invisible, visible. Hackers can embed invisible objects into iFrames, EndpointLock™ can detect this type of attack and unhide the invisible object.
KTLS™ Keystroke Transport Layer Security
Takes control of the keyboard driver at the lowest possible layer in the kernel, Ring “0”.
Protects keystroke data by creating an alternate AES 256 AES bit encrypted pathway, routing the data around the area of vulnerability.
Create Encrypted Keystroke packet per keystroke
Create Decrypt packet per keystroke for Encrypted Keystroke
Send Decrypt packet in to text box requesting stroke and then deliver encrypted keystroke and decrypt keystroke directly in to application
Sends a numerical sequence up the traditional data flow stack, rendering all data collected by keyloggers completely useless.
Control the keyboard driver at the lowest possible layer in the kernel, Ring “0”.
EndpointLock™ takes control of the keyboard driver at the lowest possible layer in the kernel, Ring “0”.
EndpointLock™ KTLS™ delivers Keystroke Transport Layer Security:
- While SSL and TLS begin strong cryptography at Layer 4 or, the Transport Layer within OSI,
- KTLS™ begins strong cryptography from the kernel level at ring 0 and encrypts all keystrokes.
Next Generation Enterprise Security Solutions
Keystroke Transport Layer Security (“KTLS”) -Endpointlock™
Multi-Factor Out-of-Band Authentication
Keystroke Encrypted Multi Factor Out of Band Authentication
KTLS and Multi-Factor Out of Band Auth (“CyGate™”)