CIS PentaVault Encrypted Network Server (PVE)
The Penta Vault platform is designed to host CIS Encrypted Networks on a physical blade server resident at a customer’s preferred location. The physical server is configured based on the VMware’s ESXi Hypervisor. Within the server, multiple VM instances can be configured (default five) to support the dual encrypted, obfuscated, randomized network design.
Each VM is then paired with a corresponding anonymous VPS public IP address and configured with proprietary hardening techniques. Each VPS holds a custom engineered VPN server with a proprietary encryption protocol, which is post quantum computing decryption resistant.
Each VPN server generates a certificate that is hard coded into a corresponding VM within the blade server. The CIS Encrypted Network is then established within each of the VM instances.
Each VM with the corresponding VPN public IP, generates VPN certificates locally, and are hardware and software agnostic.
When a VPN certificate is delivered and installed on the customer device, it knows how to connect to the corresponding VPS public IP through a proprietary encryption tunnel, allowing the VPS to redirect the traffic to the physical blade server.
Once the traffic reaches the physical server on the corresponding VM it runs the proprietary randomization algorithm locally and sends the traffic to a different VM. The randomized VM then sends the traffic through another proprietary encrypted tunnel to its correspondent VPS public IP and then out to the Internet achieving the dual encrypted, obfuscated & randomized network infrastructure.
The Penta Vault server can be configured behind a proprietary VPN physical router that will obfuscate the real IP of the Internet provider enforcing the decoy obfuscation tool technique.