ORLANDO, Fla., March 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Eric B Delisle has always been a smart guy. You wouldn't know it by looking at his resume or his diplomas. He dropped out of High School when he was only 16 with failing grades. But he is a member of Mensa. He has taught himself everything he knows about Internet Security, the war on malware and viruses and the way to stop them from compromising the computers for those of us who are not geeks.
Eric's vision was to make the most sophisticated security software available to the pubic that is easy enough so normal computer users can use their systems knowing that they can trust them again. He's done it. It's called ICLOAK. And it can be found at icloak.ME.
According to a recent study from Symantec, just one type of virus, called "Ransomware," has increased its attacks against consumers more than 4000% from 2013-2015. Now the criminals are targeting consumers; charging those of us who have been infected on average $300 - $500 (Rubles, Bitcoins, Euros, this is a global business), and that's only the beginning. Ransomware is a small percentage of the more than 300 million new viruses and malware that were released last year alone.
According to the Symantec report the defense against a new virus or malware attack says that, in 2013 (the latest year numbers are available) it took the industry an average of 295 days to release a defense against a new piece of malicious code. That's 295 days your anti-virus software is not protecting you from those criminals. When used properly, Eric's invention deletes all viruses and malware instantly when you turn off your computer, not giving the criminals a chance to infect our computers. It will even work if your machine has been hijacked by ransomware.
Michael Adams, a globally recognized expert in information security, says of Eric's invention: "After thoroughly reviewing the product, myself and with other security experts around the world, I can confidently say that Eric has accomplished his task. I believe his continued development will only make it better. I use it every day."
Hard to believe that a high school dropout and a small team of engineers has accomplished what the big anti virus companies can't.
Note to Editors: Assets and fact check available at icloak.ME/press/factcheck
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