MIAMI, Nov. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Terra Privacy LLC announces a patented invention called Hacker Deterrent - designed to stop even the most effective hacking techniques: AtomBombing and Email Phishing.
Every single Windows PC in existence today can be secretly controlled by hackers via AtomBombing. AtomBombing is effective on every version of Windows — including Windows 10. AtomBombing uses the very design of Windows itself, not a vulnerability or exploit; therefore, there is no patch likely forthcoming. And to make matters even worse, AtomBombing allows hackerware to insert itself into other programs, making it invisible to both antivirus and firewalls. "Fortunately, our new invention finally allows hackerware to be blocked - even when it's invisible and undetectable," says Michael Wood, founder of Terra Privacy LLC. "Our invention approaches the problem of hacking from an entirely new paradigm - a paradigm that actually makes the war on hackers winnable by individuals and companies both." Hacker Deterrent automatically blocks every non-browser application from accessing the Internet. It then discovers and displays the actual name to which each application wants to connect. Users simply click to allow connections to the makers of hardware/software they own. Everything else remains blocked - including invisible, undetectable trojans, backdoors, and spyware. "We tested Hacker Deterrent against popular computer security programs, and Hacker Deterrent stopped the hackerware that bypassed all of the competition tested," said Wood. "This invention is a game changer." The now famous WikiLeaks hacks serve as an example of this. It appears that Hillary Clinton's campaign manager's computer connected to a hacker when he opened a sophisticated phishing email. The email claimed to be GoogleMail.com asking to reset his password. Instead, the opened email first connected to bit.ly, which then established a connection to yet another site. This information would've been highly visible on Hacker Deterrent's display in real-time. Thus, the very type of attack that likely led to the WikiLeaks debacle is finally now preventable. Free, fully-functional, 30-day trials of Hacker Deterrent are available now at TerraPrivacy.com.Related Videohttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ilPXQRKXjVc