Post-Quantum Network Security Startup Ambit Announces AmbitVPN
(Ambit.PR.com) Ambit, Inc., an American post-quantum network security startup focusing on Post-quantum cryptography/encryption (PQC), announces the release of AmbitVPN – Enduring Digital Privacy: www.ambitvpn.com. PQC is encryption that cannot be broken by a quantum computer using known attacks. AmbitVPN leverages PQC ensuring customer data cannot be decrypted now or in the future with quantum computers – Enduring Digital Privacy.
As early as 2021 a technique known as Variational Quantum Factoring (VQF) may be mature enough to decrypt classical data secured by SSL/TLS. This includes RSA and AES as well as digital signatures like SHA. Even without this method, quantum computers will decrypt classical encryption as soon as 2025. Most encrypted email clients, cloud solutions, messengers, corporate databases, and consumer and enterprise VPNs are secured by these classical encryption methods and standards. AmbitVPN prevents this coming quantum decryption crisis.
In addition to the coming quantum decryption crisis, most existing VPNs are based on an aging technical standard called Transport Layer Security (TLS). This includes OpenVPN and its derivative applications. TLS is broken (https://www.ambitvpn.com/#/TLSisBroken), as further evidenced by the recent Raccoon attack.
With some of their seed stage capital coming from Bittrex Ventures coupled with a few West Coast tech angel investors, Ambit Inc. secured a co-branded VPN deal with a Singaporean telecom. Singapore stands as the world’s most secure wealth management capital where banking privacy matters most. Ambit Inc. looks forward to announcing our co-branded success in Q4 of 2020.