Malware Secure Computers
Software not needed or used
on a New Class of Computer Components,
developed in house.
ROATI Technologies Inc.
January 6, 2020
- Short Overview: www.roati.com/overview
- For details read the following
The new way which our NCoCC processes information will have a significant impact of the future Malware Secure usage of: 1/ desk top computers, 2/ enterprise systems, 3/ PLC, 4/ IOT, 5/ IIOT, 6/ critical infrastructure, 7/ SCADA, 8/ process control, 9/ and other applications currently under investigation. Our discovery may be applied to new, current or heritage infrastructures.
It is perfectly safe to have a Malware resident in our input stage, our discovery has shown it to be 100% impossible for that Malware to be able to infect the BIOS or Hard Drive of the input stage of our system. Because of our new design that Malware will only be temporarily resident while that file is being processed. That temporary Malware simply does not get passed on to the main processing and media storage areas of the system. This may be contrary to intuitive thinking, however, we actually can process Malware infected files without needing to detect the presence of that Malware. The core principle of our discovery has been proven in our lab.
Once funded, our discovery will lead to the development of a multi-billion dollar industry for Canada. This discovery and new industry will firmly establish Canada as a world leader in Cyber Security innovation and the manufacture of specialized Malware secure computer based products, for years to into the future.
Bank Funding Made Available, if We Can Demonstrate Technology :
I was extremely lucky to have had the fortuitous opportunity to have a meeting with a president of a major Canadian bank, where I described my discovery. Before leaving that meeting, that president offered to sit down with me to seriously discuss that bank funding my commercial product development, for a small equity stake, then repeated "and I mean a small equity stake". This offer is contingent upon my Proof of Concept (PoC) sever performing as I described; which I know it will, as the core principle has already been proven in my lab.
However, the cost of custom components for prototyping, circuit board design, specialized technical hardware design work and some minor software and firmware development are beyond our ability to self-fund, therefore we are now facing the need for government assistance.
Over the past three years, I have proven the core principle of my discovery, confirmed availability of critical custom components, self-funded our R&D to date, Yet despite my best efforts I just can not afford to self-finance our PoC server in order to obtain the funding offered by that president of a major Canadian Bank.
When we first proved the core principal of my NCoCC and our new computer design in our lab, we needed to manually move files through the various stages of our system in a specific pattern. Where we need help is to computer automate the process in order to demonstrate our PoC design.
Now looking to the USA and other Countries :
Due to the level lack of support for early stage innovation in Canada, unfortunately, I am now starting to look to the USA and other countries for the support we need. The amazing part is a president of a major Canadian bank wants to fund my commercial product development for a small equity stake and I can not obtain the support needed to build a basic PoC computer. As a proud Canadian, it is with a sad heart that I need to make this move to the USA or another country who will gain the technical and economic benefit of my discovery.
My Background :
My name is Ralph Kachur, I have over 30 years of experience in Canada, Europe and the USA; in electronic component technical sales, sales management, project management and as an SME business consultant; I was instrumental in the supply of components used in three satellites circling the globe, have held Canadian military security clearance for a special project, am a novice C++ programmer and have been privy to many electronic instrumentation design, marketing and business launch projects.
My exposure to a breadth of technologies over 30 years has led me to this very important discovery.
To develop within the Ontario Technology Corridor, an industry supporting our Canadian discovered, designed, manufactured and supported Malware Secure computers, computer based products and software to the world.
The following is basically the above with more detail and additional background, including a brief section on what we can and cannot do.
History, Problem and Resolution
The problem lies in the need to use "detection software"
to detect the presence of a "known malware",
before it infects the BIOS or hard drive of your computer.
The problem lies in the need to use "detection software" to detect the presence of a "known malware", before it infects the BIOS or hard drive of your computer.
The proof, is in the thousands of "yet to be discovered" new malware which are being unleashed every week, which can and do regularly bypass existing detection software companies such as McAfee or Norton. Detection software companies simply cannot keep up to the tidal wave of new Malware coming at them, as is demonstrated by the many Cyber Attacks caused by a Malware intrusion regularly announced in the news.
When a "yet to be discovered" malware hits the cyber sphere, one can only wish for a very slow spreading of that malware on its journey toward your computer.
Currently one can only hope for:
All this does not occur instantly.
Cyber attacks are reportedly costing the economies of the world over a Trillion dollars annually, of which Malware is the most common vehicle used for Cyber attacks. Cyber attacks are forecasted to grow even larger in 2020 - 2022. Our newly developed technology will put a significant dent into that forecasted cyber mayhem.
Although the current thinking is to detect the presence of a malware, I have felt for several years, there just had to be a better way.
This caused my multiyear journey into researching why and how the various the parts of a computer communicate with each other and how a malware enters a system. It was when I discovered a new computer principle, which rapidly lead to our in house development of our New Class of Computer Components (NCoCC), which in turn started us on our path to develop our line of Malware secure computers for the office environment and then for our line of Malware Secure products for the manufacturing plant, IIOT and critical infrastructure environments.
How it works :
The basic ROATI Technologies system consists of three physically isolated and independent computers working in tandem, all contained within one housing. The various stages communicate with each other through a New Class of Computer Components (NCoCC) which we developed in house. A computer engineer may think of it as physical virtualization, but it is not for is it a completely new and different way of processing user data files.
The first stage
Under normal operating conditions the first stage is configured to 100% prevent "any" Malware from entering the main BIOS or hard drive of our first stage.
It is in this first stage where we made a major redesign of the computers architecture and is one of several reasons for the high level of Malware security we are able to achieve.
The second stage
For this stage we have added new security features, which includes a design to prevent an external storage media, such as a USB or CD, to introduce a malware, by a: 1/ a malicious employee, 2/ the un-intentioned but detrimental activity of a good employee doing work at home on their computer, which contains a "yet-to-be-discovered" Malware or 3/ the on premises introduction of a Malware by an onsite hacker.
For all stages
the obtaining, loading or updating of, "malware safe software", will be controlled via our new method for obtaining "malware secure software". Details will be released once our patent and copyright protections have been secured or will more likely be revealed as part of our product launch.
Once trained on our new methods, IT professionals and security aware users will be able to confidently load "malware safe software and updates" and not have to worry about using the Malware infested internet.
We need to demonstrate proof of our new technology in order to obtain funding for commercial product development, but we first need government support to build a very basic Proof of Concept email server.
A PoC demonstrator is in fact quite easy to build as it can be built using existing technologies, discrete components and existing software. Our commercial production design will require the specialized skills of low level computer hardware engineers, production engineers and software engineers.
There are four main steps:
the core secret to a trusted government employee.
I am very cautions as to who I will disclose this to, mainly because of the temptation to another to gain great personal wealth and my concern for the potential loss to the Canadian economy if my secrets are improperly disclosed. Although an NDA will need to be signed, I would prefer to only disclose my secrets to a person I have met and I am totally confident that my secrets will not be disclosed to another. However, that person needs to be of such stature, within the government, that others will believe what that person has to say about my discoveries and innovations. I trust you, the reader, will appreciate my caution. However, my position is open for discussion, especially if it means moving this project forward.
2/ Determine if the hardware can be built.
I have spent the good part of the first two years researching our component variations with Silicone Valley giants and international suppliers from India to Germany. This has been quite the challenge as we are a new, unknown and unproven company.
It was difficult to break through their customer service firewalls in order to obtain access to senior design engineers. However, we were finally able to get through to all the important senior engineers we needed to talk to and were able to obtain confirmation for many of our unique component designs.
3/ Build a Proof of Concept server.
I have to date:
However, the cost of custom components for prototyping, circuit board design and some software development are beyond our ability to self-fund, therefore we are now facing the need for government assistance.
As we will then be armed with "documented proof" that malware protection was actually accomplished without the need or use of virus or malware detection software, it will become obvious to all the very high level of malware protection we will be able to provide to Canada, the world and the considerable economic benefit for Canada which our Malware innovations represents. It is at this point, that I will then make application to funding agencies for commercial product development and or sit down with the president of that major Canadian bank mentioned at the beginning of this article.
Anywhere a malicious malware can infect a computers BIOS or hard drive, destroy data, ransom data, cause costly data misinformation or the release of sensitive personal, corporate or military information.
In short, anywhere in the world where the flow or exchange of information data needs to be Malware Safe.
Other Malware Safe uses for our NCoCC :
Other markets currently under investigation for our NCoCC include: use in laptop computers, tablets, cell phones, instrumentation applications and others. The major obstacle for entering these markets is the high cost for R&D to miniaturizing our NCoCC into a hybrid / integrated circuit. Miniaturization is needed for high volume production for lower cost and size reduction for portable and IIOT products. We just cannot afford the high cost of a hybrid R & D project at this very early stage of our corporate development, but is certainly part of our long term objectives and business plan.
Enterprise Systems: (a special market)
The enterprise market for our NCoCC is broken down into several sub categories. Here are a few:
Malware Secure Computers and our NCoCC based products manufactured in Canada by ROATI Technologies Inc., will significantly reduce the level of Malware infestations inflicted upon enterprise and government systems, therefore significantly reducing the high financial costs of mitigating the damage from an actual attack. Also, the indirect cost caused by the loss of corporate reputation due to the public announcements of an attack because of the requirements of GDPR and other similar international standards.
What we Can and Cannot do:
Since we federally incorporated September 21, 2016, it has taken us a considerable amount of perseverance to reach the stage which we have been able to achieve to date.
We are on the precipice of an evolutionary shift in cyber security. Now all we need is a feather of help to tilt us over the edge and to turn our discoveries into a significant economic benefit for Canada.
With pride, I quote Winston Churchill, "we have accomplish so much, with so little".
Here is a final thought for you, while we are slow to market, because of our limited financial resources, much of Canada and the worlds' Cyber space remains under - preventable attack.
I most sincerely invite you, the reader, to contact me, to challenge or question the above statements or to make any suggestions you may have to offer.
I have found the following to be true.
The Novice: is very impressed with my discovery.
The Expert: based on, 0% knowledge of my discovery, say it is impossible. This is the dilemma I face.
I need help. Please be in contact, even if is to provide 60 seconds of your time.
with Malware Secure Computers
Gravity has been around since the very beginning of time.
For me the knowledge and experience gained in over
I cannot see the future, only the now.
I can only hope that what I do today
will prepare me for tomorrows now.
The above are our declared objectives, of which we are heavily invested in attempting to achieve. However, we would not be so heavily invested for as long as we have been, unless we felt the above to be possible and achievable; for much has already been achieved. We now need help to turn our discoveries into a commercial reality for Canada.
As we are in the development
stage, no decision
of any kind should be based on the above and is subject to change