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1/9/2009
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CyberPatrol Announces Free 'Threat Detector' To Check PCs For Risky Web Surfing Habits

Company ramps up fight against cyberbullying with enhanced ChatGard feature

Consumer Electronics Show--Las Vegas, NV - January 8, 2009 - CyberPatrol today announced Threat Detector, a new, free online assessment tool that will help parents review their children's online surfing habits. The Company also announced enhancements to its IM ChatGard product feature that helps parents guard against cyberbullying.

"CyberPatrol's aim is to provide parents with a way to quickly scan their family or children's PCs for visits and bookmarks to unsuitable or unsafe web sites," said Tori Case, Vice President of Product Management at CyberPatrol. "Certain sites may be considered inappropriate because of their content while others can pose a threat because of viruses, spyware and phishing. Threat Detector gives parents a very quick and easy way to assess the state of their family's computers."

While most parents believe their kids are behaving appropriately online and are safe, 71% of teens admit they do not tell their parents what they do online. Threat Detector can help parents find out where their kids have been online.

Threat Detector will be available in February for download from www.cyberpatrol.com. CyberPatrol is demonstrating Threat Detector from its show pod (72406H) at the [email protected] show area at CES in Las Vegas.

CyberPatrol's IM ChatGard feature within its Parental Controls 7.7 product has been enhanced to increase the protection it offers against cyberbullying. A comprehensive list of key cyberbullying terms have been added to existing inappropriate terms. ChatGard blocks objectionable words in instant messaging (IM), whether they are sent or received. ChatGard can also be set to block the user's home address, phone number, and other information that would be inappropriate for children to share via IM.

At CES, CyberPatrol is giving away copies of a new online safety mini book, "Talking to Kids about Internet Safety for Dummies." The publication is sponsored by CyberPatrol and written by internationally recognized Internet safety expert and author, Linda Criddle. "Talking to Kids about Internet Safety for Dummies" and trial copies of parental controls software CyberPatrol 7.7, are available from the CyberPatrol show pod 72406H in the [email protected] area at CES.

Linda Criddle from LookBothWays is moderating a panel at [email protected] - "Internet Safety Without the Scare Tactics" in the Venetian Meeting Hall, Lando 4203 at 2:00 PM on January 9, 2009. CyberPatrols' Tori Case is a speaker on the panel.

[email protected] Digital toys are rich, complex, and addictive. That's why they are shaping our children's thought processes in ways previously unimagined. [email protected] is a conference and exhibit area that examines how today's digital toys, services and devices are preparing kids for life in the 21st century. With over 14,000 square feet of exhibit space prominently located by the entranceway of the Sands Convention Center, [email protected] is sure to entertain and inform CES attendees.

About CyberPatrol, LLC

CyberPatrol is a pioneer and leader in the web filtering market. Launched in 1995, CyberPatrol is specifically developed for ease of use to help protect families and businesses from undesirable or threatening online activity.

In 2008, a group of private investors acquired CyberPatrol. Under the direction of a successful, seasoned executive management team, CyberPatrol then acquired Emerald Technology, Inc. in June of 2008. As part of this acquisition, CyberPatrol acquired SiteCAT, the core technology behind all of CyberPatrol's world class filtering products. These products include CyberPatrol Parental Controls, SiteSURV and SiteSURVplus. These cost-effective products are easily implemented and enable businesses to manage employees' Internet access based on their acceptable use policy.

CyberPatrol is recommended regularly as the product of choice for online safety by many parent and computer magazines. Its award-winning software is relied upon and trusted by parents, schools, libraries and businesses around the world to monitor and manage their users' Internet access, while providing them with the freedom and safety to explore. http://www.cyberpatrol.com

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