- AuroraFS introduces the Authorized Access Control (AAC) to boost security.
- The ACC is new in the decentralized content market.
- The feature can help decentralized content streaming industry to scale with security.
AuroraFS P2P cloud storage and distribution network recently announced the implementation of a feature that has been an anticipated addition to the network since its inception and early development. This feature – Authorized Access Control (AAC) – is an automated process that gives the network an additional layer of security.
The new feature establishes a difference between the AuroraFS commercial-grade decentralized content storage and streaming network from other non-commercial developments and not-fully decentralized networks. This extra layer of security is new in the decentralized content market. Until now, initiatives like the Ethereum Swarm algorithm and the InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) (IPFS) DHT-dependent (Distributed Hash Table) storage protocol have operated without the luxury of heightened network security measures.