MySecureZone, a start-up company specializing in secure communication solutions, has announced a “Hacker Challenge,” with the grand prize being a 5% stake in the company. Participants are encouraged to hack the company’s system to read an encrypted email. MySecureZonehas also launched a campaign through the international crowdfunding platform Indiegogo.
MySecureZone assures users that encrypted emails sent through their secure email service do not travel through the network, nor can they be read by tapping into network data traffic between the server and the recipient. The encrypted messages are stored on the company’s server, which recipients can reach via a link. Additionally, the sender can specify a time span for each email after which even the recipient can no longer read the message. Our installation-free web encryption Framework (MSEP) is way stronger than PGP + SSL.
For the contest, MySecureZone has encrypted a message, and the goal for participants is to obtain the contents of that message in a clear, legible form that people can read. Anyone who wishes to participatecan access the link to this encrypted email.
Visit our Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign site. Please visit MySecureZone.com for more information, and for details about the Hacker Challenge, click here.
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MySecureZone employs a strict “no log” policy, and their clients maintain complete anonymity.
Nesztorasz Zoikasz, +1 (866) 327-1510
Indiegogo campaign page
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