Spiderweb provides a means of quick conversion from a traditional website into decentralized blockchain model - Dapp.
To make sure the smooth transition to Spiderweb and avoid affecting the operational efficiency of client applications, the applications are actively duplicated to other servers.
Once our AI packet filtering confirms there is no suspicious behavior, the data will be confirmed and stored in Spiderweb's distributed nodes by incorporating the IPFS protocol to complete the decentralized method on Spiderweb.
Security is the first priority.
If a hacker wants to tamper with a certain Dapp application data, he needs to modify more than 51% of the node data simultaneously for achieving the purpose of tampering.
If abnormal activity occurs during the AI packet filtering process, the data on the node will be actively merged and restored to the original data.