Your privacy shouldn't be limited by the type of technology you use. That's why we've made VIDA cross-compatible with every major platform available. Use Windows at the office with an iPhone but have a Mac at home? No problem. Mix and match any combination of devices as you please.
Corporate IT administrators can also take advantage of Active Directory integration for swift deployment and management of policies and devices across an organization.
Supported Desktop Client Platforms
Windows: 7, 8, 10
macOS: 10.11 (Mavericks) and newer
Linux (Latest LTS): Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, Red Hat, Arch
Supported Mobile Platforms
Android: 6.0 (Marshmellow) and newer
iOS: 8.0 and newer
Centralized server and network architecture can be a major security vulnerability for any system. That's why VIDA features a decentralized architecture with "zero visibility" principles to prevent any direct attacks on critical infrastructure components. Only you and the devices you trust and link together with VIDA software are able to view, access, open, or modify the data you protect with VIDA.
To make sure your data always stays safe and sound, VIDA automatically splits the private encryption key created for each file into smaller fragments before saving a unique fragment on each of your trusted devices. This way, the more devices you link together with VIDA, the better protected your data becomes. Not only that, would-be attackers would have to compromise all your devices both physically and digitally in order to rebuild any single private key.
Weak passwords are too easy to hack. Strong passwords are too hard to remember and lead to risky memory aids. Our technology replaces the need for passwords that can be phished or hacked with advanced encryption schemes for better security with less hassle.
VIDA doesn't replace the existing security features on your devices, like log-in passwords, fingerprint detection, or facial recognition, it just makes those methods even more effective at keeping the wrong eyes and hands from getting to your protected data.