(PRWEB) January 10, 2005
Before making a selection we usually hesitate for a second, because our decision, based on easily faked attributes such as the fileÂs or the manufacturerÂs name, is almost always a gamble.
The problem of executable files authentication has been the central unsolved issue for all desktop firewalls, Anti-Viruses and all other application security software and still only about 4% of executable files have a digital certificates of authenticity.
Internet Security AllianceÂs product, pcInternet Patrol, is the first to use a web-based white-list of authenticated executables offering a unique solution to this problem.
Its immense database allows the end-user to verify the authenticity and safety of any executable file automatically and in real-time. pcInternet Patrol is able to assure the end-user of a fileÂs safety, whether it was downloaded, received as an email attachment or introduced into the system through other media.
Unlike Anti-Virus users, pcInternet Patrol users do not need to download any scheduled updates and carry the entire database of signatures in their computers.
Instead, pcInternet Patrol provides instantaneous, real time updates by transferring to the userÂs computer the signatures of only those files that are encountered by the user the moment they are needed. pcInternet PatrolÂs simplicity to operate is only matched by its power: it is able to detect a completely unknown malicious program even if it exists in a single copy on earth.
This makes it particularly useful for individual and business users, potential targets of customized attacks. pcInternet Patrol affords equal protection to novice or expert users alike.
About Internet Security Alliance
Internet Security Alliance, Inc is a managed Internet security solutions company, established in 2001. ISA, Inc products have received numerous awards. ISA, Inc web site was listed #11 by prestigious ÂThe TimesÂ magazine among Â100 sites that will change your lifeÂ. The patent for technology behind pcInternet Patrol is expected to be issued in the second quarter of 2005.
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