The aim of ACESO is to decrease the expenses of protecting a computer from malware to a minimum, where users will no longer have to pay for software, but for a service instead. Additionally, our solution decentralizes the earning centre, and 90% of all earnings are put on a p2p model where a Researcher gets 30% and a Malware analyst – 60% of the computer protection fee. Currently, getting rid of a computer infection can be quite difficult and infected users are not always given a solution to their malware problems. Depending on their knowledge in the field, the average user would turn towards security programs for malware removal, paying $40 dollars for just one malware removal, which seems illogical. Additional features, like protection against phishing or safe browsing, are also included in the price, that is still a lot of money for resolving one malware problem, or a future situation that might not even happen. So what is the alternative? ACESO offers a totally different approach to keeping users safe. We aim to create a platform where all could participate in cybersecurity and gain something, whether they are knowledgeable in the field or just someone browsing the Internet. The created platform would allow regular users to fix their malware issues in a much cheaper way, while malware specialists would earn income by providing malware samples/helping others solve their malware problems. It is a win-win situation for everyone.
Additionally, our solution empowers the community and 90% of all earnings are put on a p2p model where a Researcher gets 30% and a Malware analyst – 60% of the computer protection fee. This will help to solve $6 Trillion cybercrime cost issue the world will have by 2021, up from $3 trillion in 2015.