#How to use audio-based data management technology ("ABDM")
#How to manage sharing sensitive data between two devices
Audio-based data management technology ("ABDM") enables computers, tablets, smartwatches and smartphones that are near each other to securely store and wirelessly share sensitive data or other data that require authentication. This technology uses sound as the carrier of information that underlies the transmission process and initiates generating MP3 data files to store photos, audio, video, documents and text messages that are transmitted between two devices.
An MP3 data file consists of
  • an audio signal, which is used as an information carrier, and
  • an encrypted dataset (e.g. photo, audio, video, document, text message, bank payment)
followed by security tokens (hash code, digital signature, public key, timestamp, IP address) embedded in the data file.
#Highlights and facts
  • DCCT-based algorithms guarantee the fidelity and security of the way data is collected and transmitted. Sound acts as the carrier of information that underlies the transmission process and is transferred from device to device, as well as to and from a remote database server. It does not contain sensitive data and cannot be compromised.
    An MP3 data file is considered a self-verifying part of a blockchain that operates without the need for a central authority. Instead of being locked within a single database, as is the case with centralized systems, audio and data components of MP3 data files are diversified throughout the blockchain and made available for as many computers connected to a shared peer-to-peer network as needed.
    It enables two-way wireless communication with one device (smartphone, computer, tablet, smartwatch, etc.) as an audio/data transmitter and another device as a data receiver/processor. Both devices can play and record audio while communicating at the same time.
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