an. 5, 2010, 9:15 a.m. EST · Recommend · Post:
New Web-Based Service Detects Who Installed Spyware LSI Offers Boobytrap, a Service That Detects Who Installed Spyware On a Person's Computer
ATLANTA, Jan 5, 2010 (GlobeNewswire via COMTEX) -- LIGATT Security International (Pink Sheets:LGTT) launches their latest service entitled, Boobytrap. Most anti-spyware programs detect spyware on a computer, but Boobytrap is the only web-based service in the world that will detect "who" installed spyware on an individual's computer.
"When cyber criminals install spyware on a victim's computer, they can see everything that he or she does, from instant messaging a friend to online banking activity," says Sheehan Toufiq, IT Spokesperson and Assistant Developer to the Boobytrap Project. "Boobytrap helps catch these criminals red handed."
When a hacker opens a Boobytrap set by the user and clicks a link in an attempt to steal information, the hacker's IP address, information and location is sent back to the victim. If the individual who installed the spyware has a webcam or microphone attached or built into their computer, Boobytrap will take pictures or an audio recording of the culprit. The pictures, audio recording, IP address, and other information of the individual who installed the spyware will then be emailed to the victim.
"This technology will indubitably be an extremely valuable asset to victims of spyware," says Toufiq.
LSI is a hi-tech security company that focuses on computer security and cyber-crime investigation. It is a publicly traded company whose mission is to be the nation's leading provider of hi-tech crime investigations, by protecting their clients against Black Hat Hacking one CPU at a time.
For more information regarding LSI's new product Boobytrap, and for additional information about LIGATT Security International, please visit www.ligattsecurity.com.
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