Security Design: Interpretation of Raysync File Transfer Acceleration Technology

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With the explosive growth of data, the file transfer acceleration software was born. However, how to ensure the security of file transfer? How to ensure the security of transnational transfer?

In view of the above problems, we will analyze Raysync's six important security settings in this article, hoping to help more enterprises better identify the file transfer acceleration software.

The following is the diagram of Raysync system architecture:

architecture

From the system architecture diagram, it can be seen that the file transfer acceleration process of Raysync software is not complicated, mainly based on the self-developed Raysync high-speed transfer protocol, which realizes the file transfer acceleration.

Will safety design be so simple? In fact, security is a topic that enterprise data assets always pay attention to. In the security design, every step of the user's operation and every click may bury potential safety hazards. The Raysync has been designed safely from six aspects:

  1. Web security design

  2. Account & password protection security design

  3. Transfer security design

  4. Software installation & operation security design

  5. Behavioral audit

  6. Encryption certificate life cycle management

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