"It is estimated that over 1 trillion dollars have been lost due to Internet data theft; most of the time information is being stolen right under the victim's nose," says Christopher Ciabarra, President of Network Intercept. "As more people use the Internet daily to pay bills, shop or just surf the web, our software combats this threat, ensuring our customers' safety and complete ease of mind."
According to Symantec's Global Threat Report 2009, keystroke logging is the number one form of data theft to date. Network Intercept's Keystroke Interference is concealing the user's captured keystrokes by injecting an undecipherable pattern of random characters into the captured keys, making it impossible to decipher what the user actually typed. The program also provides artificial intelligence which learns the natural typing pattern of the user, further obscuring their typing stroke fingerprint. It is nearly impossible to detect all keystroke logging programs, but with Network Intercept's Keystroke Interference users can ensure these programs are not successful and that their data is secure.
Network Intercept's Keystroke Interference works on Microsoft Windows XP and Vista.
About Network Intercept:
Network Intercept is an Internet Security company that has created a series of products to protect businesses as well as individual home users from the known and unknown threats on the Internet. Founded in 2004, Network Intercept is a privately held company with offices in NY, San Francisco, and Bangladesh and headquarters in Los Angeles. Their suite of products provide encrypted and accelerated web browsing, network productivity protection, as well as secure data access to business critical content and personal information. Network Intercept is dedicated to shielding individuals and businesses from malicious intent on the Internet.
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SOURCE Network Intercept