ONE: It makes IPsec VPN traffic look like another type of traffic, such as a YouTube video or IP camera stream.
TWO: Routing traffic through a multi-hop path that’s created exclusively for the current session. For each session, Archon CAMO randomly selects servers from hundreds of private and popular commercial services worldwide. (We can exclude specific countries or regions.) The options include major hosting providers that don’t attract attention, like Amazon Web Services (AWS), and VPN providers like NordVPN. At each hop, a VPN server is spun up just for the duration of the session. We will exclude countries or regions at your request.
Compared to other obfuscation and managed attribution services out there, CAMO is relatively fast and agile when it comes to building and tearing down connections in the field. All users have to do is follow 4 simple steps.
1. Install Archon Camo on the user's device, select countries or regions you don't want traffic to come from, and you're off.
2. The operator connects to a local Wi-Fi network
3. Archon CAMO software dynamically spins up and links temporary servers and commercial services to be used only for this session.
4. Enjoy secure access. And when you disconnect, servers are wiped and terminated.