CIS Inner Trusted Labyrinth
Non-Routable Objects (InTL-NRO) Network
CISEN network with an array of isolated, non-routable objects servers
Inner Trusted Labyrinth, (InTL NRO) is an array of isolated, non-routable object servers (Web server, Pi Epsilon server, Citrix server, database server etc.) that are integrated, and part of the CIS encrypted, obfuscated, randomized network (CISEN) and enabled with Post Quantum Decryption Resistant (PQR) Crystal Kyber 1024 encryption.
The object servers communicates internally within the CISEN network via a proprietary private IP scheme.
The Object servers do not allow any inbound traffic and are not visible or accessible from the outside digital world unless the user has the credentials of the CISEN network to access the functionality of the non-routable objects. From the CISEN environment, the object servers allow outbound traffic to the digital world as an integer within the obfuscated, randomized CISEN network.
The object servers are integrated within the internal CISEN encrypted mesh network, but they do not perform any Command and Control or Transit node functionality.
The CISEN servers and the non-routable objects servers are procured, managed, and maintained via a managed attribution mechanism and are configured with the highest security layers within the Cyber industry.
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Difference between a CISEN node and a non-routable object node
CISEN node: forwards encrypted traffic from the command-and-control (C2) node to other CISEN nodes (Transit nodes) via a proprietary randomization algorithm to establish double hop randomized connections. Therefore, whenever a client connects to one of the CISEN nodes, the traffic is taking the following path:
Clients choose a command – and – control (C2) server a.k.a New York
The C2 server performs the randomization and obfuscation function based on TCP request scheme
The transit node advertises the IP for internet connectivity in Singapore
The non-routable object node: does not forward any traffic, it only performs the service and functionality for that type-server (Web server, Pi Epsilon server, Citrix server, database server etc.), the server can only be viewed and accessed from within the CISEN framework.
The InTL NRO network condition all the inbound traffic via CISEN network, while allowing full outbound traffic to install additional services, security packages and perform updates.
A user must have a VPN certificate to access the CISEN network and to access the functionality of the non-routable isolated server.
All other inbound traffic from the outside InTL network is completely blocked and the IP addresses associated with the non-routable objects are unknown to the outside digital world.