Network games

NETWORK APPLICATION CONTROL

Cyber 2.0 allows easy identification and control of all applications, malicious or otherwise, on the network with point and click management.

 

Network communication by approved applications is scrambled using unbreakable chaos algorithms.

Network Application Control (NAC) is a computer networking solution that uses a set of protocols to define and implement a policy that describes how to secure access to  network nodes by devices when they initially attempt to access the network.

Cyber 2.0 Chaos engine, Scrambles the incoming and outgoing traffic of legitimate programs and network communications in general. 

When deployed in full defence mode, Cyber 2.0 creates a form of Chaos Balance between the computers.

Any unauthorised program or communication cannot communicate within  the network, simply because the other computers will not understand it, as well he won't understand them. 

That means the Cyber 2.0 chaos Balance, in addition to the network  protection, creates an added effect that enables NAC.

Any unauthorised or unknown device that will try to gain access to the network (with any level of
privileges) will be automatically blocked. And the admin will be notified of it.

Any attempt to manipulate the ARP address (for example, ARP poisoning) will
also fail - the Scrambled communication won't be translated, and the device will remain
locked outside.