The goal of our CyberTrapper initiative was to make the internet a safer place for our users, by developing a smart solution that protects everyone. This works like a communal shield, gathering information from our virtual ‘traps’ worldwide to create a shared protective layer.
These traps, which are actually replicas of web services, are stationed on what we call edge devices. They work in tandem with a central server that processes all the collected data to identify and ward off threats.
At the start of this project, we selected a type of hardware that would best meet our technical needs. Once we had that sorted, we began creating the system, starting with designing the structure and creating some initial user interface ideas.
Once the necessary devices were ready, we began combining everything together – a phase that our technical team found particularly exciting. Once we successfully connected the edge device with our traps, we began testing everything, and we’re happy to say that the results have been very promising.
We then moved on to developing the central server and integrating all parts of the system. Now, we’re eager to build a kind of communal protection for our wide network of users. This is all about everyone pitching in and making the internet a safer place together.