AIDUS can decentralize the Web so that it would prevent few powerful organizations or companies controlling the Web. But what for we should use exactly dacentralize systems?
For a better understanding, we recommend you to read about co-authentication system!
In 1989 Tim Berners-Lee, a software engineer of European Particle Research Institute (CERN) located between Switzerland and France, researched the Web for quick and accurate information exchange among researchers working in universities and research institutes around the world. When the World Wide Web had been created, the original goal of the Web was decentralization. But today’s Web is rapidly centralized as hundreds of millions of people rely on a handful of services.
This was not the direction that HTTP was first intended. Now government can block specific content at its own discretion and monitor real-time chat history. Centralized servers are exposed to DDoS attacks and various hacking risks and are being attempted to hack them for the purpose of obtaining personal information.
As a result, Verizon, which acquired Yahoo’s Internet business in October 2017, said that it was revealed late that hacking damage occurred in August 2013 amounted to 3 billion user accounts. The victims included Yahoo’s Tumblr and Flicker. In addition, Oracle’s payment subsidiary, Micros, has also been hacked on user information, and Linked-in has revealed that 6.5 million user passwords were leaked in 2012.
Recently, Big Data has become one of the core strategies of future corporations, and the kinds and amounts of personal information they collect are increasing. However, with the centralization of personal data, these companies, which store a large number of customer information, are becoming a good prey such as a honey pot for hackers, and the practice of actually being hacked is repeated over and over. Information once leaked cannot be reversed and is being exploited for crimes such as voice phishing.
In this regard, the AIDUS co-authentication system uses the latest Interplanetary File System (IPFS) technology.
Keep paying attention on AIDUS Project!
Further information you can find through AIDUS websites:
Official website: https://aidus.io
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