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ENCRYGMA Tips on Going Dark: Ultimate 2021 Guide

Updated: Jul 5




SuperEncrypted Communications

DigitalBank Vault advantages Vs. other 'secure communication devices'

1. One-lifetime fee of $ 5000 USD, No annual subscription fees.

2. Encryption Keys generated by the user only

3. Encryption Keys never stored in the device used or anywhere else

4. Encryption Keys never exchanged with the communicating parties

5. "Air-Gapped" Offline Encryption System not connected to the Internet

6. No Servers involved at any given time, completely autonomous system

7. No registration of any kind - 100% anonymous

8. Unique, Personal, Dedicated Set of Encryption Algorithms for each individual client

9. Includes 20 Licenses to Install, that you can distribute to your network of contacts

10. Working on Android Smartphones and Windows PC

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Law enforcement at all levels has the legal authority to intercept and access communications and information pursuant to court orders, but it often lacks the technical ability to carry out those orders because of a fundamental shift in communications services and technologies. This scenario is often called the “Going Dark” problem.

Law enforcement faces two distinct Going Dark challenges. The first concerns real-time court-ordered interception of data in motion, such as phone calls, e-mail, text messages, and chat sessions. The second challenge concerns “data at rest”—court-ordered access to data stored on devices, like e-mail, text messages, photos, and videos. Both real-time communications and stored data are increasingly difficult for law enforcement to obtain a court order or warrant. This is eroding law enforcement’s ability to quickly obtain valuable information that may be used to identity and save victims, reveal evidence to convict perpetrators, or exonerate the innocent.

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Make no mistake, the FBI supports strong encryption, and we know firsthand the damage that can be caused by vulnerable and insecure systems. As such, the Department of Justice, the FBI, and other law enforcement agencies are on the front lines of the fight against cybercrime. The government uses strong encryption to secure its own electronic information, and it encourages the private sector and members of the public to do the same.

However, the challenges faced by law enforcement to lawfully and quickly obtain valuable information are getting worse. The Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA) was enacted in 1994 and applies only to traditional telecommunications carriers, providers of interconnected voice over internet protocol (VoIP) services, and providers of broadband access services.

Currently, thousands of companies provide some form of communication service, and most are not required by CALEA to develop lawful intercept capabilities for law enforcement. As a result, many of today’s communication services are developed and deployed without consideration of law enforcement’s lawful intercept and evidence collection needs.

When changes in technology hinder law enforcement’s ability to exercise investigative tools and follow critical leads, we may not be able to root out the child predators hiding in the shadows of the Internet or find and arrest violent criminals who are targeting our neighborhoods. We may not be able to identify and stop terrorists who are using social media to recruit, plan, and execute an attack in our country. And may not be able to recover critical information from a device that belongs to a victim who cannot provide the password, especially when time is of the essence. These are not just theoretical concerns.

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SuperEncrypted Communications

Of course, encryption is not the only technology terrorists and criminals use to further their ends. Terrorist groups, such as ISIL, use the Internet to great effect. With the widespread horizontal distribution of social media, terrorists can spot, assess, recruit, and radicalize vulnerable individuals of all ages in the United States either to travel or to conduct a homeland attack. As a result, foreign terrorist organizations now have direct access to the United States like never before. Some of these conversations occur in publicly accessed social networking sites, but others take place via private messaging platforms. These encrypted direct messaging platforms are tremendously problematic when used by terrorist plotters.

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Money, violence, indiscretion: the motivation for any person who wants to disappear, either physically or digitally, usually wends back to one of these. Whatever the reason and whatever the scale of the ambition – from starting a new life in a foreign country to scrubbing one’s name and address from the phonebook – it has never been harder to vanish. In a world where almost any action outside your garden shed leaves some kind of digital footprint, there is no clear path back to the realm of the unknown.

The first step to keeping a ZERO profile online is (as you may expect) to stop using social media sites and delete all your online existing accounts.

Disappearing from the Internet isn’t for everyone. But if you’re serious about your privacy, your security, and your reputation, taking the time to make yourself invisible online is worth the time and trouble.

From here on out, you’ll have to remain vigilant in not releasing your information publicly. That means no social networks with your real name and a yearly audit of the background check websites to ensure they don’t have any new information on you.

But chances are you still want to use the internet, right? In that case, you’ll need to set up a few things to ensure your data stays locked down.

That means becoming a digital ghost, operating online through professional VPNs, using incognito searches, using encrypted email services such as Protonmail, using encrypted cloud storage like Tresorit. Never register with your real name and details, never leave your credit card.

You need NOT use for any reason the cellular network, even with a 'burner' phone or an anonymous SIM. They are traceable.

Use internet calls, Voice over IP, use all kind of encrypted messengers such as Signal, Wire, and similar end to end encrypted messaging apps.

Whatever you will do online is registered, so think carefully before any type of online connection.

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DigitalBank Vault provides ultra-private communication systems that allow you to go dark completely. You can use it anywhere and leave no trace.

The DigitalBank Vault includes :

1. Untraceable Voice Calls ( P2P end to end encrypted):

2. Anonymous & Uncrackable Text, Voice, Video, and Files Messaging

3. Ultra Secure Email Platform

4. Undecipherable Files Transfer and Storage

5. DigitalBank Anonymous Crypto Wallet

6. DigitalBank Vault One Time Pad Encryption System

Serverless P2P

Voice Calls

Untraceable Anonymous Encrypted Voice Calls

Undecipherable Text Messaging Chat

The device creates an encrypted private network between the sender

and recipient for a free secret text chat

Ultra Secure File Transfer and Storage

The DigitalBank Vault® Device allows you to share an encrypted file extensions

without routing them through any servers

Immune to Digital Forensic Analysis

If the device is stolen, seized or lost, ​no data can be retrieved by any forensic

means because the device does not store any data

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