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INTERNET 2.0 is a new secure version of the internet that balances both privacy and security. It is based on advanced cyber technologies and encryption.
Our Mission. Open and Accessible Internet with Privacy and Security.
Internet 2.0's own Invention to hide your network from hackers
Makes traffic unreadable to traditional interception
Detect malware and attackers by anonymously inspecting data packets
Block packets once they are detected as a threat before they reach the user
Fully Configurable Firewall with advanced default settings
Has the capability to configure as a router and configure VLANs
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Cyber Security Consultancy
13 December 2020
Released on 13 December 2020 Internet 2.0 provided key technical and infrastructural support to the consortium that leaked the Shanghai CCP Members list.
Working with a media consortium and IPAC for 2 months, lead by Sharri Markson for the Australian and Jake Ryan for the Mail on Sunday, Internet 2.0 was able verify and provide technical support to validate the database. We were also able to verify the online source of the data.
Internet 2.0 values privacy above all and will not be leaking or dumping the personal details from the data.
Mail on Sunday
14 September 2020
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Internet 2.0 provided key technical and infrastructural support to the consortium that leaked the Overseas Key Information Database (OKIDB) compiled by Zhenhua Data inc.
Working with a Media Consortium for 4 months, including Angus Grigg from the AFR as well as the Washington Post, Indian Express, UK Telegraph, Il Foglio and the Globe and Mail. Internet 2.0 was able to provide the support needed to bring this global data privacy issue to light.
The Australian Financial Review
Globe and Mail
16 August 2020
Working with Sharri Markson on Sky News Australia, Internet 2.0 revealed evidence of China's mass surveillance programs, this one being in Tongren City in central southern China, specifically the Tujia and Miao Autonomous County.
The data showed the sophistication of real time Facial recognition and the high level of corresponding Metadata attached to individuals in the surveillance systems. This included personal information, addresses and phone numbers.
Sky News Australia