Products

MarkzCorp develops a suite of products that targets all industry needs on end-to-end strong data security:

  • Local storage/Local file encryptionUnlico
  • Email encryptionUnlimail
  • Chat encryptionUnlich
  • FTP and FTP-like (private) encryptionUnlift
  • Scripting for scheduled and automated encryptionUnlisc
  • Stealth routing encryptionUnlinet
  • Internet navigation/Browsing encryptionUnlibot
  • File check/Checksum engineUnlics

Can I try these?

Please contact our sales staff for demonstration inquiries.

Local storage/Local file encryption

Background and history

Unlico was developed entirely based on our proprietary framework, which started being designed back in 1996. The first beta release of Unlico (a concept prototype) was released in 2006 and the first customer ready version was released in 2009. A demonstration version was briefly available to general public (free) in 2016. Currently Unlico holds a 20+ year proven technology.

Key features

“Unlico” is a shortening for “unlimited code”. It is one single piece of software that can transform regular data (in any format or source, structured or not), into encoded/encrypted data.

One of its most important features (since the early years of Unlico’s core research), is the ability to make its output available for publishing anywhere on the internet. This feature became Unlico’s most recognizable unique premise.

Unlico was also designed to make use of “unlimited size” encoding keys. This unique feature, makes Unlico the most scalable encoding/encrypting software currently available.

At present, Unlico can:

  • Encode/encrypt regular data (any file format), using its proprietary engine unit, in a stand alone mode or combined with any known encoding/encrypting algorithm.
  • Output MarkzCorp’s Natural Language Text Like (NLTL *) and MarkzCorp’s QQ technologies, thus, ready for publishing anywhere on the internet.
  • Encode/encrypt data using any encoding key size (according to hardware limitations only).
  • Do multicast publishing.
  • Provide the most unpredictable encryption layer against any attacker (sniffer, hacker and/or data cracker).

If you are looking for Unlico’s full list of features, click here.

Availability

Unlico is available in many different flavours, from traditional MS Windows versions to Apple’s OSX based versions and Unixes versions, in desktop versions or server versions, 32 or 64 bit architectures, in command-line based versions or cross-platform GUI based versions. Mobile versions are also available for Android.

Other specific hardware architectures (such as mainframes), may be addressed at customer request.

(*) NLTL: Natural Language Text Like (aka NLTL) is a MarkzCorp’s Framework feature that allows output style to precisely mimic natural languages’ look and feel.

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Email encryption

Background and history

Unlimail was first released in 2015 and implements Unlico’s features towards email protection. It is an email client that implements tradictional email protocols, such as SMTP, POP3, IMAP, and regular security layers like SSL, SSH and TLS but, it is the only email client available, to dynamically encode/encrypt all important pieces of data in your emails (subject, body and attachments – including the attachments names), in an end-to-end fashion. Unlimail servers also implement a new way to interchange email information, in a strong secure private protocol.

Key features

Unlimail can:

  • End-to-end strongly encode/encrypt email exchange.
  • Connect to regular email service providers, using regular protocols and security layers.
  • Protect valuable information in email subject, body and attachments.
  • Connect to multiple email accounts, gathering and protecting all email flow.
  • Split sent email traffic from received email traffic.
  • Enable chatting through email service providers, when combined with Unlich and Unlinet.
  • “Cloud” store large encoded/protected files (larger than regular email service providers would accept), when combined with Unlift.

If you are looking for Unlimail’s full list of features, click here.

Availability

Unlimail is available from traditional MS Windows versions to Apple’s OSX versions and Unixes versions, for 32 or 64 bit architectures. Mobile versions are also available for Android. Other specific hardware architectures may be addressed at customer request.

There are primarily cross-platform GUI input based Unlimail versions available. Command-line versions may be addressed at customer request.

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Chat encryption

Background and history

Unlich was first released in 2013. It is a strongly end-to-end encoded/encrypted chatting system that requires no central servers.

Key features

Unlich is the only chat system to implement: dynamically variable encryption (in-between messages), chat channel hotswapping (IP and/or port swapping), unlimited key size, multiple (simultaneous) hardware chat channels (Ethernet, RF, Firewire, RS232 etc), all in one.

Unlich can let you:

  • Chat to single users.
  • Chat to groups.
  • Direct connect people (no central server).
  • Connect through any wired or RF hardware available.
  • Hotswap chat channels.
  • Dynamically replace keys (to users and groups) without disrupting the conversation.
  • Encode/encrypt traffic on variable encoding key sizes.

If you are looking for Unlich’s full list of features, click here.

Availability

Unlich is available in many different flavours, from traditional MS Windows versions to Apple’s OSX based versions and Unixes versions, in desktop-like versions or server-like versions, for 32 or 64 bit architectures. Mobile versions are also available for Android based hardware. Other specific hardware architectures, such as mainframes, may be addressed at customer request.

Only cross-platform GUI input based Unlich versions are available.

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FTP and FTP-like (private) encryption

Background and history

Unlift’s beta was first released in 2013, and then reached the market in 2016. It adds Unlico’s strong encoding/encryption features to cloud/FTP data protection.

Key features

Unlift can:

  • An encoded file server.
  • An encoded file client (to other Unlifts or any MarkzCorp product that deals with data transfer).
  • An external bridge to regular unencoded FTP servers (enabling Unlift clients to connect to them).
  • A local encoding layer on top of regular unencoded FTP servers (integrating them and making them “Unlift-like” servers).
  • A safe remote folder sync client and server.

Availability

At the present, there are Unlift client versions available (that provide traditional FTP protocol support) and Unlift server versions, that adds unique MarkzCorp’s safe file transfer protocol.

Unlift is available for MS Windows, GTK based Linuxes, Apple’s OSX based versions and mobile (Android) versions.

Unlift can also be run in pretty much any Unix system and can be implemented in other processor architectures, according to customer request.

All Unlift versions are cross-platform GUI based.

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Scripting for scheduled and automated encryption

Background and history

Unlisc is a meta (scripted) program engine designed to automate encoding/encrypting procedures, first released in 2009.

At the present, Unlisc includes its original scripting engine plus an integrated IDE for full compiling capabilities and encoded code generation for MarkzCorp’s Safe Virtual Machine.

Key features

Please contact our sales representative for Unlisc demos.

If you are looking for Unlisc’s full list of features, click here.

Availability

At the present, there are only GUI Unlisc versions, for 32 and 64 bit MS Windows and GTK based Linux systems. Some server versions are available in command-line fashion (architecture + OS dependent – please contact our sales representative for more).

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Stealth routing encryption

Background and history

Unlinet was designed to change the way data flow from one computer to another, adding unpredictability to the traffic route.

Key features

Unlinet most important features are controlled by two programmable variables, that determine how many “hops” the traffic will take before reaching the desired destination, and a waiting-time range, that determines minimum and maximum waiting times within each hop.

MarkzCorp’s products that embed Unlinet may use it for data transfer according to user’s commands and options.

On the diagram below all nodes in green represent MarkzCorp products that take data transfer and all the threads in green represent the available routes between them (links between computers).

Sending data from (A) to (B) in Direct Send mode looks rather natural (depicted in white):

Direct send mode

Whenever Unlinet Send mode is turned on, it enables messages from (A) to (B) to flow through an unpredictable path (55 jumps in the example below), dynamically defined within MarkzCorp’s network:

Unlinet send mode

Please note that every single node depicted in this example is close to each other in the diagrams but they would be anywhere across the planet in a real world scenario.

Unlinet Send Plus mode can also perform link skipping:

In the example above, it took 49 jumps for a data package to reach one node (D) that has no direct linkage to (B). In Unlinet plus mode, (D) can establish one temporary link to (B) (depicted above in pink) and send data straight to it.

Every Unlinet segment depicted on the diagrams above (in white, green or pink), such as the one direct linking (A) to (B), might represent very large actual (physical) distance between these two spots and, that TCP routing might mean some extra jumps over the globe, seen in cyan on the diagram below:

On top of TCP routing, Unlinet package encoding remains the same, as it represents only one logical Unlinet hop.

Availability

At the present, there are two Unlinet versions (standard and plus).

All versions are GUI based by default but this plugin might also be found in command-line versions according to the MarkzCorp product it has been applied to.

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Internet navigation/Browsing encryption

Background and history

Unlibot hasn’t yet been released to the generasl public but it is in pre-release development stage. Please contact our sales representative for more.

Key features

Unlibot can:

  • Create safe internet pages using one single compiled computer language.
  • Transfer internet pages from the server to the end-user in an entirely encoded/encrypted private way.
  • Encode/encrypt its pages and its traffic using dynamically variable key sizes.

Availability

As soon as it gets ready to the general public, Unlibot will be able to run in pretty much any hardware architecture and operating system available.

All Unlibot versions are cross-platform GUI based.

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File check/Checksum engine

Background and history

Unlics is MarkzCorp’s checksum engine. It wasn’t an independent product until 2009 and its first release came to life in 2016.

Key features

For those unfamiliar with check-summing, it allows one to verify the authenticity of some downloaded material as the owner of a file being published for download (like ourselves) can provide you with one “number-code” which is exclusively related to that file (pretty much no other file in the world will have the exact same code) and the person downloading stuff can check/verify at the downloading point whether the downloaded file is actually intact.

Availability

At the present, there are command-line Unlics versions, for 32 and 64 bit MS Windows and virtually any Linux flavour, and Android. It can also be readily available for pretty much any hardware architecture and operating system in the market, at customer request.

This software package uses strong cryptography, so even if it is created, maintained and distributed from countries where it is legal to do so, it falls under certain export/import and/or use restrictions in some other parts of the world.

PLEASE REMEMBER THAT EXPORT/IMPORT AND/OR USE OF STRONG CRYPTOGRAPHY SOFTWARE, PROVIDING CRYPTOGRAPHY HOOKS OR EVEN JUST COMMUNICATING TECHNICAL DETAILS ABOUT CRYPTOGRAPHY SOFTWARE IS ILLEGAL IN SOME PARTS OF THE WORLD. SO, WHEN YOU IMPORT THIS PACKAGE TO YOUR COUNTRY, RE-DISTRIBUTE IT FROM THERE OR EVEN JUST EMAIL TECHNICAL SUGGESTIONS TO THE AUTHOR OR OTHER PEOPLE, YOU ARE STRONGLY ADVISED TO PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO ANY EXPORT/IMPORT AND/OR USE LAWS WHICH APPLY TO YOU. THE AUTHOR(S), CREATOR(S) AND PUBLISHER(S) OF THE SOFTWARE PACKAGE PRESENTED HERE ARE NOT LIABLE FOR ANY VIOLATIONS YOU MAKE. SO BE CAREFUL, IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.

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