NEW YORK, NY, April 28, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Startup software development company, Venux, LLC., reinvents the approach to digital privacy using the Hidden in Plain Sight (H.I.P.S.TM) principle which eliminates unauthorized surveillance and monitoring from hackers, spies, and quantum computers while keeping data securely hidden in plain sight.
All registered Venux users receive a UID (Universal ID) that protects the user's identity and location. In order to achieve maximum security, Venux does not store keys or passwords making it impossible to retrieve the user's credentials if they are ever forgotten. Venux will release Multimedia Engine, Files, and Connect. These programs are aimed to simplify the experience of computer users by helping them manage and secure their personal data that is stored locally and on remote services.
All Venux programs can connect to the most popular remote services including Google Drive, iCloud, and Dropbox to access, store, encrypt, decrypt, and share data. Venux users can share encrypted data with their contacts. Unencrypted data can be shared on social networks and email.
Venux Multimedia Engine reads and plays the most popular image, audio, video, 3D, vector, and medical imaging formats. Multimedia can be converted to other formats and edited with the built-in plug-ins and effects.
Venux Files is a universal file management system that encrypts and decrypts all file formats. Encrypted files can be automatically displayed in their decrypted state upon login. The unique encryption is completely unbreakable and can only be unlocked with the correct credentials.
Venux Connect provides users with the most secure communication for video calls, audio calls, and chat.
Downloads and more information about the programs can be found at www.venux.com
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Venux, LLC is an innovative startup P2P software development company that takes a new approach on digital privacy. Founded in 2013 and headquartered in New York City, the company specializes in simplifying the user experience for daily computing.