Sentinel Public demo

Sentinel is a password security system which is a one-way encryption. The needed variables are randomly selected by the computer, which means there is no person involved with the encryption algorithm, and therefore eliminates human error possibilities completely. The base of the encryption is an NSA developed code that has currently not been cracked and is seen as “uncrackable”.

Sentinel also returns a new hashed version of the password for the receiving server to update in the user table, as to prevent password cracking as each hash is different. This is an extra security measure in case a database gets dumped by a hacker.

This project has been in development and proved to work since 2015 and has now entered the public trail phase.