Digital Networks will launch a new service for encrypting and signing your home networks.
The service, which is called “Digital Connections,” will work with the OpenVPN protocol, an open-source software protocol that encrypts all the data flowing through your network, and will let you use it to sign and encrypt files, photos, and other files.
The app will be available as a free download and can be used to sign, encrypt, and share files.
In addition to encrypting data and signing files, the service will also encrypt your home network, which can help protect your privacy, security, and traffic.
The product’s goal is to “ensure the protection of privacy, anonymity, and security of personal and private data,” according to the company.
Digital Networks is working with several ISPs and ISPs in the US, UK, Germany, Canada, and Israel to test the service.
The company claims that its new service will offer up to 1 terabyte of encrypted data, and can handle 10 terabytes of data per month.
The new service, Digital Connections, is available to download right now.
You can sign up for the service here.
Digital ConnectIONS also allows you to encrypt home networks on your phone, tablet, and laptop using the Android and iOS operating systems, which you can use to connect to the service or to use it as a VPN.
The encrypted files can be signed and encrypted using the encryption key that you’ve provided in the Digital Connectiosh service.
“The ability to securely encrypt your personal and sensitive data on your mobile device is essential for protecting your privacy and anonymity,” the company writes on its website.
“Digital Networks’ encryption solution is based on OpenVPN, which enables users to securely share files, pictures, and video with anyone who can connect to their network.
The end-to-end encrypted communication is a perfect fit for encrypted home networks, because it allows you access to the same data and access to all the services without the risk of a compromise.”
The company has a separate dedicated website for signing and encrypting files, but its service is still very limited at the moment.
You’ll have to connect your device to the Digital Networks home network with an OpenVPN server and the DigitalConnections app, and the app will create a private key on your device that you can sign using.
“Signing and encrypt is not something that you will do on your own,” the Digitalconnections website says.
“We will not ask you to send us your private key, it is all part of the service.”
For more, read our guide to encrypt your data with an encrypted device.
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The Verge reached out to Digital Networks for comment on the service and whether it’s ready for launch.
A spokesperson sent Ars a statement that the company has “no plans to make any announcements at this time.”
Ars has reached out for comment to the OpenNetVpn project, which aims to make the VPN as ubiquitous as a smartphone.
Ars will update this story with any response we receive.