This disclosure describes a method to exchange information confidentially over the networks between two computers. Two geographically stationary computers communicate with each other. Both of the computers have static IP addresses. Also, both of them have each other’s IP address before the communication session. Therefore, any one of them can start communication. Once the communication has started, they interact one after the other – in turns. In each interaction, one of the computers will send a data unit in an encrypted form to the other computer. This interaction between these two computers will continue until one of the computers terminates the session by intentionally waiting without interaction for more than a pre-configured amount of time. The system has a mechanism to detect whether the information has been stolen or altered by a middleman.
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abeysekera, punarjeewa, "The System to Exchange Information Confidentially Over Networks", Technical Disclosure Commons, (March 22, 2021)