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WHAT IF YOUR DATA CANNOT BE COMPROMISED?

BOLO Network, Inc., an innovative startup company, has rolled out its state of the art data storage technology, “BOLO Cloud Service” (BSC) which effectively prevents your information to be stolen from your storage media. Bolo Network was founded on the simple premise that your data WILL BE hacked. That said, we provide solutions that even though your data is hacked, it will  NOT be compromised. This is the fundamental distinction between our solution and everyone else. We solve the problem when you are hacked and prevent your data from being compromised. BSC paradigm shifting technology provides you with a data storage media of your choice where the hackers can not compromise your information. In the heart of its Technology, BOLO randomly shuffles every single byte of your data and while doing that, it doesn’t leave any traces how your data bytes have been randomly shuffled. When you need to retrieve your data, BOLO de-shuffles your data bytes to produce your original data.

What Makes You More Secure?

AES: 1.15 x 1077

256-bit AES encryption only generates

1.15 x 1077 random combinations

RBS: 7.3 x 103917

RBS can generate 7.3 x 103987 “random

shuffling states” for a typical 1460 bytes of a TCP/IP packet payload

Depth

Based on its issued and pending patents, BOLO Network, Inc., has developed its Random Byte Shuffling (RBS) Technology. BOLO’s RBS randomly shuffles each and every byte of your data and it leaves “no traces” or adds any type of additional bytes in your data to indicate as how your data bytes were randomly shuffled. Further, for small set of data sample, BOLO’s RBS randomly adds junk bytes to fully obscure your data. BOLO’s RBS can randomly shuffle your data both "data in motion" and "data at rest". For data in motion, BOLO’s RBS can randomly shuffle a typical TCP/IP packet payload containing about 1460 bytes and then BOLO's RBS transforms the payload data into one of the randomly selected shuffling state out of the 7.3 x 103987 available shuffling states. For data at rest, BOLO’s RBS can randomly transform, for example, a 10 Mega bytes file into one of the 1.2x 1065657059 number of available shuffling states. By comparison, 256-bit AES encryption which operates "one at a time" on a data block size of 32-bytes is limited to 1.15 x 1077 combinations.

Breadth

RBS outputs are generated using digital signatures calculated over the entire data set - each process run applies a new random pattern that is never repeated. Combined, these processes vastly increase data security. Furthermore, BOLO’s Random Packet Scattering (RPS) technology allows any RBS processed data set to be distributed over multiple transmission routes, increasing speed, bandwidth utilization, and efficiency. BOLO’s RPS defines the concepts of “micro flows” in the data streams. Each “micro flow” can be precisely identified out of millions of microflows in Realtime. Its data transport behavior can be granularly controlled through user’s defined QoS parameters. Further, if a data packet gets “dropped” due to any network error, BOLO’s enabled devices instantaneously recognize the packet drop and the lost data packet is retransmitted. The transmitting host or the client would never know that there was a dropped packet and it got re-transmitted by a BOLO enabled device.

Isolation

RBS does not rely on an underlying encryption algorithm whose remnants can be traced back to the encrypted data that exposes critical points of failure and that can be exploited by hackers. Rather, digital signatures of the process are mapped to the “shuffling state” of the underlying data set and can only be applied to “de-shuffle” that data using a BOLO device to restore its original state. This process is completely decoupled from the data and leaves no trace of how the data has been processed in the data packets (data in motion) or in users files (data at rest). Since BOLO’s RBS provides a virtual infinite number of shuffling states, for example, for 10 Mega bytes file, it provides 1.2x 10^65657059 number of shuffling states. With this virtual infinite number of shuffling states, BOLO’s RBS guarantees that every data packet (data in motion) or every data file (data at rest) will always have a completely different shuffled byte patterns

Speed

BOLO’s RBS does not rely upon the complex algorithms that traditional encryption utilizes. A typical encryption algorithm performs a number of substitutions, rotations, shifting, etc. functions and operations which consume a significant number of clock cycles and the processing power of the processor. Comparatively, BOLO’s RBS strictly uses orders of magnitude simpler shuffling algorithms thus requiring a lot less number of clock cycles and the processing power. BOLO’s RBS doesn’t utilize encryption key concepts that typically leads to complex management of the encryption keys. Since BOLO’s RBS operates on transforming the original data into one of the random shuffling states, every time it would produce a totally different random shuffled state which would have no correlation with the previously shuffled state. The type of bytes and the number of bytes remain exactly the same as of the original data except that data bytes are randomly shuffled.