FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., March 9, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Hacker attacks continue to escalate despite widespread use of antivirus and firewalls. Terra Privacy LLC announces a new technology designed to provide security where antivirus and firewalls fail.
Antivirus and firewalls don't give moment-by-moment choice over who enters computers and what is allowed to leave. This critical security gap is finally filled by TTC NetSwitch, the newly released flagship product of Terra Privacy LLC.
TTC NetSwitch displays a real-time list of names of everyone who wants to access your computer (not merely IP addresses or host IDs like other technologies). Nothing enters or exits your computer without first identifying itself by name, leaving hackers nowhere to hide.
TTC NetSwitch doesn't run silently in the background like antivirus and firewalls. Because it's this very silence that hackers take advantage of. "The only way to keep your digital life secure, is to always see, moment-by-moment, who wants to enter and what wants to leave," says Michael Wood, inventor. "Those who embrace this new paradigm are the only ones who are truly secure."
TTC NetSwitch has been designed to even protect against the pervasive problem of backdoors hidden in emails. This type of hacking attack has infiltrated the largest companies, including anti-intrusion makers themselves (such as RSA, the maker of SecurID). "TTC NetSwitch even protects against the stealthiest attacks," says Wood.
Terra Privacy LLC was founded by the inventor of an unbreakable encryption method (patent #US5003596A), and creator of a commercially successful, internet-traffic management system (acquired by Micromuse in 2002). Terra Privacy LLC combines the internet security and data communication expertises to create solutions for stopping internet hackers from gaining access to computers and the rest of the internet-of-things.
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SOURCE Terra Privacy LLC