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-RJ45/MicroSD with Integrated Security Microprocessor Chip

XSmart Connectors Protect With Antivirus right at the point of the connection

Malware coders have their jobs to provide protection from all computer threats. Modern antivirus software integrated into the Xsmart Connectors protect from: malicious browser helper objects (BHOs), browser hijackers, ransomware, keyloggers, backdoors, rootkits, trojan horses, worms, malicious LSPs, dialers, fraudtools, adware and spyware. In addition the integrated Antivirus software includes protection from other computer threats, such as infected and malicious URLs, spam, scam and phishing attacks, online identity (privacy), online banking attacks, social engineering techniques, advanced persistent threat (APT) and botnet DDoS attacks. All of this protection is right at the source of all connections which is when it enters the RJ45 connectors on networking, computers and all other internet connected devices.

Xmultiple 'Security On A Chip In A Connector

Xmultiple's Xsmart Technology is a new approach for networking and computer security. Xmultiple was granted the #9,509,109 patent which embeds security into a microprocessor chip which integrates into a RJ connectors used for all connections to the Internet.

Putting "security on a chip integrated into a RJ connector" sounds like the right kind of approach to stop unauthorized access right at the connection source. As Mr. Alan Pocrass, CEO of Xmultiple Technologies, Inc., explains it, "security on a chip integrated into a connector" does not mean just stuffing antivirus into silicon, it is also about managing and securing computers, networking, and mobile devices right at the source of the connection.

The emerging Internet of Things (loT) marketplace is radically changing our world. Estimates suggest that in the next 4-5 years, 30 billion to 50 billion ˇ§thingsˇ¨ will be deployed. These devices will range from relatively simple sensors to complex data collectors and they will require security right at their source.

If you give a computer or mobile device to an employee that contains sensitive information on it, you want to make sure it does not fall into the wrong hand and more importantly you want to stop any unauthorized use on the device.

Security is a "device management" challenge that becomes more difficult when you have to do it across multiple platforms, such as Microsoft Windows, Apple's iOS and Google's Android. It's a headache not only for the businesses who provide these devices, but the telecommunications companies that connect them.

How do these businesses manage computers and mobile devices? Currently, with software. Aside from some location features, most of these kinds of tasks ˇV file virus scanning for example -- are done via applications and not baked into the device itself. All kinds of companies make money providing these features in applications for security. Our Xsmart can be capable of performing file virus scan on the connector and these files never leave the connector. The device with the Xsmart connector is protected before the security issues ever enter the CPU or memory of the device.

Security is currently handled at "the application level". With the Xmultiple ˇ§Xsmartˇ¨ connector, it is moved into the hardware itself. In the marketplace, we call this "moving the functionality down the stack," which is an easier way of saying that the action is going to happen deeper inside the system levels, in this case "below" the operating system level.

Xsmart Technology deals with device reputation in different operating systems all the time. The key element of the Xsmart connector is that it has a high capacity Micro SD flash memory card to store mass amounts of data to keep unauthorized data from passing through the Xsmart connector until the integrated software chip checks that the data is authorized and virus free.

 

X-SMART - With Security Microprocessor Chip

Xmultiple named this connector the X-SMARTJACK connector because optionally we integrate a security microprocessor chip which uses a portion of the MicroSD capacity to store data being collected regarding the per port status of the connection. The data is scanned with our antivirus integrated software. In addition to the Xsmart security Microprocessor chip, the X-SMARTJACK connectors have versions integrated with magnetics for transmission of 10/100/1000Mbps as well as 2.5GB, 5GB, and 10GB transmission.

 


X-SMART RJ45/MicroSD Connectors Datasheet
X-SMART-USB/MICROSD Connectors Datasheet
X-SMART Connector MicroSD Specifications
X-SMART Market Information

X-SMART Security Connector Press Release

 

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