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Due to the failure of Indiegogo campaign which targeted $50,000 for offering Invisocial as a free service, wee have reverted back to the paid version of Invisocial.
Yes. It is still free to sign up for Invisocial but free users will not get all the features such as Business Apps, Groups and Inviting other people to form an internal network.
Free users will only have 100 MB of space to upload pictures and files after which they will need to upgrade their account.
The paid version also ensures the privacy of children who may create an account on Invisocial all by themselves as a free member they will not be able to post anything public and share their stuff only with their friends.
Free users also do not have access to the millions of public profiles to connect with.
So if you are interested in doing all that go for the paid version which costs only $9.99.
Finally got all social profiles in one place for people to search and send invites to connect with them on Invisocial.
The default search keyword is "Love" and you can change the keyword to what you want and search for like "usa" or "india" to get profiles from these countries.
A big challenge for Invisocial is to make it multi-language website so everyone in the world can use it instead of just those who can read and write in English.
How does Invisocial secure login sessions?
Online applications use session cookies primarily to secure account access once a user has logged in. These cookies however can be hacked as they are stored in the browser or on the computer.
Invisocial makes use of device locked session access which means once you login, the session is locked to the computer and browser. It cannot be access from another computer and browser unless both are cloned. This offers better security as the information of the device or the browser need not be stored anywhere.
How does Invisocial secure Login of Users?
Most online accounts get hacked because users define weak passwords. However, Invisocial offers a way to secure your login credentials using the password less T-Pin option where you can lock the T-Pin to the browser on your computer. This means if you are accessing your account from the same computer and browser, you no longer need to login using your username and password (and thus prevent it being captured) and instead enter the T-Pin and login. This T-Pin will not work on another computer unless the computer and browser specifications are the same.
Besides Password Less Login for the Free version of Invisocial, we also offer other secure methods of login for our Paid versions, such as out of band split identity authentication wherein your enter the password on your mobile and then login to your account on any other computer by simply entering the username. Without first entering and authenticating the password on your registered mobile device, just entering username will not allow you to login.
Another secure login option we provide to our Paid version is login using a user registered pen drive. This version will only work on Windows PCs. Simply plugin your registered USB pen drive (or connect your mobile memory card) to your computer USB port and then click on the login button to access your Invisocial account.
What is the encryption employed by Invisocial and how does it work.
There are two types of encryption models being used by Invisocial.
Model No. 1: Using Domain Key - Encryption of all textual data using a domain level unique encryption key that is common for the website. The encryption key is pre-defined at the time of installation of Invisocial. All information encrypted and stored using this model can be decrypted by making available the domain encryption key which the website administrator is privy to but no one else.
Model No. 2: Using User Key - Encryption of all textual data using a unique encryption key that is generated for each member of the website. The encryption key is automatically generated by the system at the time of account creation and is not known either to the user or the system. The encryption key thus generated is encrypted using a cloak and dagger method that is unlocked only when the user logins using their login credentials. All information encrypted and stored using this model can be decrypted only by knowing the user's login credentials and then back engineering the encryption key. Without the user's login credentials (which is encrypted and stored on the server) it is impossible to decrypt encrypted data using this model. In this model, encrypted data is shared among connected users or friends by making available the encryption key of one user to the other by encrypting it using the second users unique encryption key.
My good old friend Joseph has decide to help Invisocial out and hopefully he keeps his word and we can hope to see a lot more Amigos cross over from other social networking sites to Invisocial.
Crossing the 10 million mark on Public Profiles. This does not mean you have access to all of the 10 million as yet.
The numbers will keep increasing and may reach the 100 million mark in a week time. Maybe more.
This seems very exciting and yet the server database is unable to handle so many records.