There are plenty of companies that offer encryption services and claim that they can keep your internet connection secure.
How well do these regular methods of encryption work?
The whole idea (from a layman’s perspective) is to continuously generate sequences of random numbers.
Well, what could be more random than a lava lamp?
A company in San Francisco known as Cloudflare has created something totally unique.
They use a wall of lava lamps (known as the Entropy Wall) to create unpredictable data which in turn is used to create the keys that encrypt the traffic that travels through their network.
I’ll let Cloudflare’s Head of Crypography, Nick Sullivan explain:

Check out an in depth explanation of how this technology works on Cloudflare’s blog