Protect Your Customers' Data & Assets
WebSign is the Web3 equivalent of SSL
Saving the Future of the Decentralized Web and Cryptographic Finance
Web browsers do not offer client integrity. This is a well known fact. Nevertheless, the web is now crypto's platform of choice.
In other words, much of crypto's trillion-dollar market cap is at imminent risk of theft, leaving a global industry in danger of eventual collapse.
We're stepping in before that happens.
Our Patented Technology Is Your Competitive Edge
Quantum-Resistant Code Signing
WebSign enforces client application integrity through the use of code signing, a technique that also secures the iOS App Store and Linux package managers.
Further, WebSign has taken the pioneering step of combining battle-tested ECC with NIST-approved post-quantum algorithms.
Instant App Updates
WebSign handles secure automatic updates in-browser and in native apps!
With support for Cordova, Capacitor, and Electron, WebSign works like CodePush for deploying instant updates to end users, keeping your app evergreen.
As a bonus, add NativeScript-Capacitor to your stack for native code updates.
Get access to our all-star engineering team, including cofounders Ryan Lester and Josh Boehm, former SpaceXers and lead developers of the Cyph end-to-end encrypted messenger.
We will provide as much support as necessary to hook WebSign into the build pipeline of your single-page web application.
One click onboarding, any device, no plugins.
WebSign has proven itself as a mature technology within Cyph since 2015, uniquely combining App-Store-level security with the usability of the web.
Alternatives require users to install a browser extension (Page Integrity), are incomplete (Code Verify), and/or don't address the same threats (Jscrambler).
Make the smart choice. Go with WebSign.
JOSH BOEHM, COFOUNDER & CEO
MEGAN GJOVIG, COFOUNDER & CCO
RYAN LESTER, COFOUNDER & CTO
BRADLEY LEINHARDT, COFOUNDER & CSO
We have demonstrated our technology and delivered high-profile tech talks at leading industry conferences.
Notably, our browser-based ransomware-style attack concept, RansomPKP, caused quite a stir within the web security community.