Founder & Chief Developer
Ashish has been developing privacy focussed software and services since 1990. He created the first OpenPGP capable webmail system, and co-founded one of the world's first censorship resistant IP anonymization services. He is the author of a number of open-source Perl-language modules, including PerlVision, Crypt::GPG, Crypt::PGP5, Crypt::Schnorr::AuthSign, and Persistence::Object::Postgres, which are available from the Comprehensive Perl Archive Network (CPAN).
Ashish's software has been licensed by companies worldwide, including Secure Computing Corp., GoAmerica Inc., The American Reporter, and the Laissez Faire City International Trust.
Stefan is the author of Amadeus-3, an advanced rapid application development framework for Oberon-2, and of several successful commercial software applications ranging from banking CRM to laser topography and ballistics testing.
Stefan has over 30 years of experience developing mission-critical software. His customers include IBM, Hewlett Packard, Du Pont de Nemours, private banks, and the Swiss Army.
Barkha has worked in media and customer services since 1994, with organizations including Radio One, Media Workshop, and The University of Melbourne. She was one of the first RJs in India, broadcasting on the country's first private FM channel.
Barkha was Head of Customer Relations at Neomailbox for many years. Her wit, professionalism, and dedication to customer satisfaction helped ensure that customers always receive prompt, friendly and informed answers to their questions.
Vipul Ved Prakash
Vipul is best known for having created Vipul's Razor, the innovative peer-to-peer anti-spam technology at the heart of the award-winning SpamNet anti-spam solution from Cloudmark. He was selected by MIT Tech Review as one of the 100 Top Innovators of 2003, for his work on Razor.
Vipul's involvement with the Internet and open-source software is long-standing. He is the author of several open-source Perl modules, including Crypt::RSA, Crypt::Primes, Crypt::Random, Tie::EncryptedHash, and Persistence::Object::Simple.