This month, Least Authority published a whitepaper on Zero Knowledge Access Passes (ZKAPs), a protocol that enables users to access services without revealing personal information. While collecting personal data can be incredibly valuable to some services, causing some to compare it to the new oil, data can just as often be a liability–or toxic waste–to others. The whitepaper explains the protocol to technical and non-technical audiences alike.
We are very pleased that out of the 100 security audits Least Authority has completed since 2014, 66 project teams have chosen to publish the reports. Of these, 20 reports were published in 2020 and 21 reports have been published so far in 2021.
The Clorio wallet consists of the Clorio client implementation, a wallet client built on top of the Mina Protocol, and the Clorio server assistant, a GraphQL wrapper for the Clorio client to interact with a Mina Protocol node, using Hasura as a proxy.
As firm believers in protection of our users' privacy, we offer PrivateStorage as a private, secure and end-to-end encrypted solution that aims to minimize the collection of any data related to its users. PrivateStorage implements privacy and security by design, not by policy. We cannot see your data when it is stored by us.