A new era is on the rise with Bayshore as front runner to higher the internet experience with high quality programs free for end users. Bayshore calls for other companies to follow their steps and fight the numerous phishing sites on the web.
(PRWEB) November 14, 2012
There are currently hundreds of millions of websites on the internet, with the number growing each and every single day. Last year alone, 300 million websites were added and this year there looks to be just as many new sites soon to pop up on our screens.
It’s a big, dangerous jungle out there with new users repeatedly being mislead and buying services from unreliable websites with no real name or company behind them.
At the end of August 2012 over 5.2 million unique phishing sites were detected and blocked by Netcraft's community to date, yet that is just a fraction on what is really out there.
There are thousands of unscrupulous web user’s working day and night to plant bugs all over the web for their own gain. The net provides seemingly endless ways to abuse and mislead users and the only one with something to lose is you.
Enough is enough.
Bayshore has therefore started a new campaign to make the internet is visible and recognizable for web users. With Bayshore’s new Trust certificate, users can now be sure that the person or company behind the website is a real person or company validated with his/her own ID card, passport, phone number or address.
This means that there’s no more hiding for those who wish to abuse and mislead users. But that’s not all, to encourage everybody to join; Bayshore has decided to offer the service for free.
Fillip Moller, manager of Bayshore IT department said, “The only way we can make this happen and make a difference is by offering the Trust Certificate service for free. Despite it being at a cost for us, Bayshore is ready to take the responsibility.
“The credit that we will get for doing this is more than enough and will put Bayshore Projects co ltd on the map. We just hope that this will be the start of a new era and that other well-known companies will follow up offering high quality web services for free as well.”
Over the next couple of years Bayshore will launch a series of popular services built around the same concept: Free, high quality services for all.
The idea of offering free services is not a new idea, but the current range of free services available is currently insufficient to cover what users actually need.
In order to eliminate the phishing sites and the low quality ‘pay for’ sites, there needs to be more free services that everybody can sign up to, join and use. To accomplice this goal therefore Bayshore has started an open source programmer competition where programmers can enter and get rewarded for the quality of their work.
This will ultimately improve the quality of services people are able to use – for free – and they will therefore be more willing to join up.
Bayshore’s vision is to achieve a ‘clean internet’ within 3-5 years that is sponsored by well-established, solid companies that will be able to offer all of the free high quality services that people need and therefore remove the need for people to test non-transparent and untrustworthy websites.