Kryptotel is an IT security services and product expert company based out of Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Who we are?
Kryptotel is an IT security services and product expert company based out of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Founded in the year 2010 in Dubai, Kryptotel has its presence in Dubai, Hong Kong and Seychelles. Kryptotel has a core focus of developing solutions and products in the area of IT and cyber security. The first product of Kryptotel was KryptoVoIP - a VoIP application for making encrypted calls, and sold as Service in the Cloud. Since then Kryptotel has launched a number products and served a number of clients from government as well as private sector.
- KryptoVoIP - Encrypted VoIP and text messages
- VoIP1Click - Encrypted VoIP entry level
- Mail1Click - Encrypted web & app based mail
- VPN One Click - VPN cloud service
- B1 App - Encrypted messenger app
- B1 XMPP - Encrypted Chat servers
- B1 Router - WiFi VPN Router
- B1 DNSSEC - DNSSEC service
- B1 VPN - VPN app and servers
- B1 Phone - Encrypted calls, chat and mail on phone
Our Technology Expertise
Our software development comprises of software developers with in-depth technology expertise. All our solutions are developed in-house by our software development team. Our core focus being IT security, we have in-depth knowledge of encryption and communication protocols, and are committed to provide our users highly reliable and secure applications and services. We also work into the space of artificial intelligence; our creature B1 performs an automatic systems management of more than 200 servers in 30 countries. B1 has millions of paid and free users worldwide. B1 can perform all the monitoring, maintenance and accounting routines. B1 has an ability to auto-replicate and auto-repair itself.
Kryptotel has a high quality state-of-the-art infrastructure structured in a manner that it provides high security and there is no data breach or shutdown. Kryptotel has servers are located in 33 different countries and the number keeps increasing each day following the increase in traffic and requests to our services. We have our infrastructure spread across many different networks in order to best protect it from any shutdown caused by brute force, ddos attacks, etc.