VIMI Secure Data Systems

The Foremost Secured Untraceable Data Network Using Military Grade Encryption.

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Privacy and Security is a basic human right. It is a powerful tool that can ensure that anyone can exercise their freedom of speech at any time.

Self-censorship is the most common form of censorship in the Western world; each time a person wants to speak his or her mind, they subconsciously evaluate the potential impact to their image, employment status, etc. Negative opinions can alienate one’s peers or lead to complete social bannishment. Although it is easy to minimalize this concern, remember that conformity is the most powerful force in the Universe. It is more powerful than gravity, or even Love.

Furthermore, people who live under totalitarian governments do not have the luxury of self-repression. During the SARS outbreak in China, the state-controlled media downplayed the crisis in a misguided attempt to maintain the peace (reference). Because the Chinese government chose to protect its image and power instead of the welfare of its people, no one could make informed decisions about their own health. In such situations, anonymity is necessary to ensure that critical information is disseminated.

Privacy and Security is not a crime.

Three Basic Questions !!

Aren’t computers and e-mail already safe?
E-mail is notoriously unsafe. Typical e-mail travels through many computers. The persons who run these computers can read, copy, and store your mail. Many competitors and voyeurs are highly motivated to intercept e-mail. Sending your business, legal, and personal mail through computers is even less confidential than sending the same material on a postcard. LIBERTAS is one secure “envelope” that keeps busybodies, competitors, and criminals from victimizing you.

I have nothing to hide. Why do I need privacy?
Show me a human being who has no secrets from her family, her neighbors, or her colleagues, and I’ll show you someone who is either an extraordinary exhibitionist or an incredible dullard. Show me a business that has no trade secrets or confidential records, and I’ll show you a business that is not very successful.

How Secure is the AES?
AES is an iterated block cipher with a variable block length and a variable key length. There are several trillion trillion trillion times that of the AES 128-bit keys and the DES 56-bit keys. In the late 1990s, specialized “DES Cracker” machines were built that could recover a DES key within a few hours. In other words, by trying possible key values, the hardware could determine which key was used to encrypt a message. The chances that someone could use the “DES Cracker” like hardware to crack an AES key are close to zero. Assuming that one could build a machine that could recover a DES key in a second, then it would take that machine approximately 149 thousand-billion (149 trillion) years to crack a 128-bit AES key. To put that into perspective, the universe is believed to be less than 20 billion years old