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credential theft and misuse.
exfiltration of secrets used in authentication.
sniffing for secrets contained in messages.
malicious traffic sent to APIs.
disclosure and tampering of sensitive data.
connections from untrusted workloads.
Code Hidden In Plain Sight (CHIPS) form the seed material that produces identical symmetric keys at two locations anywhere in the world.
Identical symmetric keys, built by containerized workloads, are used to encrypt and decrypt their messages. Messages are confidential and tamper-proof over the entire route between workloads.
Workload identities preserve a chain of trust and rotate frequently. They are verified at each communication session with another workload.
Workload credentials autonomously rotate at a high frequency. They change much faster than an threat actor can discover and misuse them.
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Hopr does not use PKI, TLS, mTLS, or static keys that require expensive services for large numbers of workloads in digital enterprises. This reduces those costs, but also eliminates service interruption costs when PKI certificates unexpectedly expire.
Hopr can work with any containerized infrastructure. Hopr is compatible with Kubernetes, Docker Swarm or other Infrastructure as a Service platforms that use containers.
"Workloads" is a general term for machines and devices that operate through the cloud. It includes VMs, containerized infrastructure, mobile devices, and IoT.
Yes. A Hopr Sidecar must be configured and deployed (a simple DevOps-friendly process) with each enterprise workload for the Zero Trust AMTD protections to occur.
Sidecars contain tens of thousands of CHIPS algorithms. They must be configured to use the same algorithm if they are to establish the ZT MTD. Sidecars may be configured to use different algorithms when segmentation of workloads is desired.
No. Hopr's technology does not required modifications to the code of existing applications or APIs. Our technology is containerized and deployed with workloads. Protective features deliver security immediately after deployment to production.
A "session" is like a conversation between two workloads. It can be a series of API calls (from a client) and responses (from the API/server) needed to complete a service or function. Any number of API calls can occur in a session and depends on how an application is configured.
Zero Trust requires verification of trust. Hopr rotates workload identity and secret credentials at a high frequency with our CHIPS technology and protocol. And we verify both credentials at the start of each session to guarantee the authenticity and trust of both workloads in a communication session.