Zero Trust Network

Messaging applications are utilizing this technology recently; however, the blockchain project – Syntropy currently championed the encrypted internet. Syntropy uses encryption and route diagnosis technologies to develop a ‘smart’ routing protocol with blockchain-level security and a routing system guided by an artificial intelligence algorithm to improve the data packet routing.
Nodes on the network serve as data transfer routes. Thousands of nodes are active on Syntropy’s network at each time, thus creating alternative routes for data transfer. Syntropy’s Distributed Autonomous Routing Protocol (DARP) employs a very clever algorithm to determine the fastest route through which a data packet could travel at a time and encrypt this data.
To perform data transfer on the network, the node sending the data first sends a ‘pulse packet’ to other available receiving routes (Nodes). Receiving the ‘pulse packet’; the node estimates their ‘one-way latency’. The ‘one-way latency’ is the relative delay in data transfer. The sending node receives the estimated one-way latency for each receiving node. This information enables it to assess the best (fastest) route for data transfer at that particular time.
On receiving the pulse packet and estimating their one-way latency, each node automatically creates a public/private key pair to connect to another DARP node for later participation in a secure mesh network. These keys are propagated across the secure mesh, thus enabling applications to dynamically create ad hoc Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) and secure channels using these propagated public keys.

Source: [Syntropy DARP’s scheme](

Source: Syntropy DARP’s scheme

In addition to speeding up internet speed by selecting efficient travel routes, Syntropy’s zero-trust architecture encrypts data as they travel around selected routes and across different receivers and networks.
When properly utilized, Zero-Trust applications and processes create an organized security system that is built on substantiation. Identifying a system’s ‘weak links’ and fortifying them using segmentation and inspection approaches creates an ecosystem devoid of chaos. In contrast to our modern high-trust system, which creates entropy, a zero-trust network synchronizes management and security to create syntropy.

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