There is a widening gap of talent in the cybersecurity industry due not only to growing cybercrime, but also to our ever increasing dependency on technology in terms of where and how we are social, purchase products, and ever more frequently entertain ourselves. Presently, there are not enough people to fill
Private Internet is here . . .
What you do on the Internet is your personal business.
It is none of our business!
is not sold to make money to pay for your services.
Your personal information
It is at the core of creation, even most animals prefer privacy.
is incorrectly mixed up with constitutional rights.
activities are hurting
your search for jobs, relationships, loans and others.
Watch your Online activities
for it reflects your personality.
You may regret and outgrow but Internet wouldn't know that.
PRIVATE INTERNET 1.0
Online activities performed on the Dooth platform are private,
encrypted, and secure.
Your online activities on Dooth are protected with five levels of security. Nobody can see your activities, no one can read your data, and no one has access to your private information, including us. Our aim is to provide an online platform which is completely discreet.
The name of our app says it all. Dooth is a Sanskrit word that means messenger. In ancient India Dooth was the person whose job was to deliver sealed messages from one kingdom to another. He could not see the messages, he could not show it to somebody. A Dooth would die but could not share the message with anyone else because he would never know what’s the message is. A Dooth’s sole responsibility was merely to deliver it. Nothing else. Messages were not subject to security breaches or invasions of privacy.
Nothing is free in the world, not even the Internet.
Internet was invented to give everyone their personal Dooths. Idea was to create a virtual world where everyone could send a message to whomever. Unfortunately, down the line it become a tool to spy on. Today, privacy has become just a word in the dictionary. Have you ever wondered why all the pop-up ads you see is related to your browsing history? This is because you are being monitored, you are being profiled. That’s how internet providers make money by profiling you on the basis of the data they gather from your activities.
They sell this data to different organizations for target marketing. Next time when you start seeing pop-ups related to what you searched for ten minutes back, know that someone was keeping a track of it.
The Cost of Public Internet is your Privacy and Profiling
Public Internet is just the modern and electronic manifestation of the ancient Dooth. The Internet should just take an email from a sender and deliver it to the recipient. Nothing more! Since the Internet is free, the obvious question is, who is paying for it? None of us want to pay for it. The fee to keep the public Internet running is your privacy and the profiling of your online activities for target marketing.
What is Dooth?
The real messenger who cares for your privacy
End-to-end encrypted, sealed, and secured emails. Nobody except the sender and receiver can read your emails.
SECURED FILE STORE & SHARE
We store all your documents, pictures and other files in encrypted format on our server.
SECURED TASK MANAGER
Manage and collaborate your tasks with other Dooth users securely.
All chat messages sent or received are saved in encrypted format on our servers. In addition, it offers many features to hide and safeguard your sensitive messages.
Your personal or professional meetings and appointments are fully secured through encrypted storage and transmission.
On Dooth you can securely collaborate with other Dooth users, be it your family or your colleagues.
Five levels of Security and Safeguard
All your personal sign-up information is encrypted.
Encrypted Content and Storage
All of your data are encrypted on top of encrypted storage.
All communication between your device and Dooth are encrypted.
You set your own “Crypt” key
Third level user defined authentication; Create personalized “crypt” key to dual authenticate credentials to your account.
Sender defined recipient access key. No username and password or sign-up to access message.
Your private business is now public and it’s up for sale!
Increasing exposure to social media and the dependency on the Internet for almost everything has made your privacy very vulnerable. Every search engine, every social media platform, and every website you visit, uses your data for their own benefits. Personal lives are becoming public and most of the times it can be harmful. Incidents such as teachers losing their job, CEO’s getting fired, students getting expelled from schools, increasing rates of divorce, and many other situations have occurred because of online exposure and vulnerability. It happens so often that one might wonder why people handle highly sensitive and private business on the Internet.
How Dooth saves you from all that is wrong with the Internet? By simply providing you private Internet. It gives you:
- Private Internet platform
- End-to-end encrypted email, instant messages, online calendars, online task manager, and file share
- Untraceable search engine that keeps your browsing history secure
- Absolute data privacy that is hard to find nowadays
You can’t change the way Internet works but you can easily opt for better substitute. Dooth is your private space in not so private Internet world. Dooth provides multi-level security from cyber threats and crimes.
Why your private life should be private?
There are few things that can get effected by your personal views on general topics. Personal and professional lives are separate things and that’s how they should remain that way. But you may get wrongly judged by your personal views and activities on a public forum.
Why is it crucial to separate
Your Private Internet Activities
Your personal information is not sold to make money to pay for your free services.
At the end of the day, the goals are simple: safety and security.
The FTC seems to be minimizing a data breach at the credit reporting agency Equifax that lasted 10 weeks from mid-May through July 29. Hackers accessed names, social security numbers, birth dates, addresses, and driver’s license numbers. They also obtained 209,000 credit card numbers.
25 million patient records were reportedly compromised in 2016 making it the banner year for electronic health record breaches. 88 breaches occurred in the last three months alone amounting to 458,639 patient records compromised from October through December.
And consumers are wary.
Recently Twitter hired security company OurMine to hack their systems in order to find holes in its security. This isn’t surprising as studies show that cyber crime in social media grew 70% in the last sixth months. If you search “botnet,”” “hacking,” “DDoS,” or anything related to cybercrime on most social media, and you’ll find
Private internet is becoming a bigger deal these days due to the amount of personal information that is shared. What you search, what you visit, what you talk about and more is constantly being shared without your awareness. That’s a little startling to think about but the fact is that many of us are not aware of it.
For those who are, the demand for anonymous internet continues to grow and people want options.