How Veil Protects Your Private Information
The cybersecurity issue is no longer a news to us. However, we still could not protect our personal information due to the established computing processes. The solution is here: Veil, a new technology invented by MIT and Harvard scholars, ensures us that our private information will not be tucked away by our browsers in three ways:
Shell Game: Every activity we do on the browser is stored in our devices even in private-browsing mode. This potentially allows a highly motivated attacker to retrieve it. Shell game will prevent this from adding an encryption to our data, which cannot be utilized by a third party.
Decoys: Adding redundant and useless codes into our private records, Veil blinds any third party.
The Back End: Converting websites into Veil version and then reloading information allows users to directly use Veil browsing all the websites that may have safety threatens.
What do you think of the new service? It is necessary or there is a better way to do? When it is available, will you try it?