Our Technology


An antivirus is a tool that is used to detect and remove malicious software. It was originally designed to detect and remove viruses from computers.Modern antivirus software provide protection not only from virus, but also from worms, Trojan-horses, adwares, spywares, keyloggers, etc. Some products also provide protection from malicious URLs, spam, phishing attacks, botnets, DDoS attacks, etc.

Intrusion Detection Systems

Intrusion detection systems help in sending an alarm against any malicious activity in the network, drop the packets, and reset the connection to save the IP address from any blockage. Intrusion detection systems can also perform the following actions − Correct Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC) errors Prevent TCP sequencing issues Clean up unwanted transport and network layer options

Active Devices

These security devices block the surplus traffic. Firewalls, antivirus scanning devices, and content filtering devices are the examples of such devices.

Passive Devices

These devices identify and report on unwanted traffic, for example, intrusion detection appliances.

Preventative Devices

These devices scan the networks and identify potential security problems. For example, penetration testing devices and vulnerability assessment appliances.

What We Do

Security Functions

The important security functions provided by the IPsec are as follows: Confidentiality. Enables communicating nodes to encrypt messages. Prevents eavesdropping by third parties. Origin authentication and data integrity. Provides assurance that a received packet was actually transmitted by the party identified as the source in the packet header. Confirms that the packet has not been altered or otherwise. Key management.

Operations Within IPsec

IPsec Communication o It is typically associated with standard IPsec functionality. It involves encapsulation, encryption, and hashing the IP datagrams and handling all packet processes. o It is responsible for managing the communication according to the available Security Associations (SAs) established between communicating parties. o It uses security protocols such as Authentication Header (AH) and Encapsulated SP (ESP). o IPsec communication is not involved in the creation of keys or their management. o IPsec communication operation itself is commonly referred to as IPsec.

Security Policy Database

SPD is used for processing outgoing packets. It helps in deciding what SAD entries should be used. If no SAD entry exists, SPD is used to create new ones. Any SPD entry would contain:  Pointer to active SA held in SAD.  Selector fields – Field in incoming packet from upper layer used to decide application of IPsec. Selectors can include source and destination address, port numbers if relevant, application IDs, protocols, etc.