Betrusted – a cryptoprocessor for your private data #Security #Encryption #Communications @bunniestudios
A new concept debuts as Betrusted. Betrusted is a cryptoprocessor with a dedicated display and keyboard. It’s a protected place for your private matters.
Betrusted ensures that human-readable secrets are never stored, displayed, or transmitted beyond the confines of the betrusted device: betrusted is a security enclave with human-friendly I/O.
Betrusted aims to build a full technology stack, including silicon, device, OS, and UX, that is open for inspection and verification by anyone: experts, governments, and users are free to audit, critique, confirm and improve its ability to keep secrets. You, the user, get to pick which version or provider for betrusted you trust the most. Thus, the only secrets in betrusted are the ones you put in it.
Betrust is not a phone but is designed that it can share a phone case. It will communicate via WiFi.
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