Though the bones of RIDEN have been in use for over a decade; the living, breathing, community-ready version of the RIDEN software is just entering the most basic of beta stages. We're at the point where we need to let it out into the wild in order for it to grow, and grow the community of users interesting in contributing. The source code is available for any registered user during this phase, but soon you will see us on GitHub.
No. Today there is no cost or limit to the service; and there will always be a free component to the RIDEN offering because that's very important to us. However, in order to sustain the service as it grows, there may be higher level SaaS offerings in the future which may place limits on the service for free users. As the community grows we will glean an understanding on where best to place those limits so that everyone benefits.
No. RIDEN also offers protection for outbound queries and will deny access for your users attempting to connect to a server that is on the RIDEN Blocklist aka "Jail". Want to learn how? Click Here.
Not today. This is a feature planned for a future release.
Yes it can however our initial RIDEN offering can only be used with Linux servers.
New cyber threats are being unleashed every day and existing firewalls and perimeter security systems cannot possibly be fully updated at all times. RIDEN’s “neighborhood watch” architecture pulls in information from thousands of servers on a continuous basis so you benefit from being part of a community of users.