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Internet Data Center Value-Add Feature: Certifiable High-Speed RAM Web Servers Disclosure Number: IPCOM000015557D
Original Publication Date: 2002-Feb-09
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2003-Jun-20

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The Certifiable High-Speed RAM Web Servers invention focuses on the protection of Internet web page content, content management, and the capability to guarantee that the content on any web server is 100% original and unaltered while displaying this content in an efficient manner. It is possible in many web enterprise environments for a malicious individual to breach the environment and tamper a web page's content, unknown to the web page owner: Or, at least so it is said without a certifiable web server. Although this may seem trivial, it is a serious matter when a (let's say) Laptop computer price is changed from $1200 to $2.00 total, and then ordered by many. These examples are only a few, and as one might imagine the liability might be tremendous, depending on the environment being protected. This invention provides for tamper-proof (certified) web servers, guaranteeing no one is able to access and alter any web page content information, anywhere in the world. This invention is 100% "hacker-proof," and will absolutely guarantee the content as unaltered for any web page. Furthermore, this invention accomplishes this certification while also increasing the performance of web servers. The uniqueness of this invention disclosure is best understood in the architecture. That is, the content of the actual web pages are originating within a high-speed trusted network, then spraying the content from the trusted network into a secured network public zone (RAM web server farm area): thus, these virtual pages are impossible to alter.