VeilMail - The Technical Differences

It's these Proprietary Differences that make VeilMail what it is - a guaranteed secure, business-to-business messaging and information storage

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Individual Node encapsulation of data separate from any other user.


Node Encryption, transport layer encryption and code isolation.


Transmission in Sets where each end of the communication channel is required to know how to construct and deconstruct the set.


The Platform architecture enables nodes to communicate with each other using single-use, randomly generated encryption keys.


Each Account (user) controls when to send its messages, how to react to each messages properties and how to restrict permissions with respect to the assigned permissions.




- Node:    a storage device which hosts a virtual machine and offers an environment for executing  and storing Agents and their data.  All nodes operate independently and a server may also be a node.
Agent:  Self-contained module that exists on a server.
Server:  Possibly a node, but primarily utilised to route traffic.
Set:  Unlike traditional html or plaintext message, a Set has a specific structure which the recipient is required to have knowledge of prior to interpreting it.
Flow: Is a method to allow communication between nodes as well as local communication between Agents on the same node.
- Permissions: Each user or message is assigned permissions which may allow or disallow the message to be forwarded, printed or deleted. 
- Message Properties:  Each message may or may not contain time based auto deletion, access time restraints or hardware type restraints



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