February 25, 2010 in Mac OSX (E)
[prMac.com] Saint-Petersburg, Russia - Computer software company ProteMac today is pleased to announce ProteMac LoginTrap 1.0, a tool designed to prevent unauthorized usage of a Mac computer. ProteMac LoginTrap monitors all login events and detects whether a login attempt was successful or failed. After a login attempt was made the program captures an image from the iSight camera, so that you are able to see who is trying to break into your Mac. An alarm e-mail with iSight camera snapshot attached is sent immediately after a login attempt.
ProteMac LoginTrap is highly recommended to all privacy-concerned Mac users. The application prevents both material theft of Mac machines and virtual theft of personal data, as well as helps to track down a thief if a Mac laptop or desktop has been stolen. In many cases installing
ProteMac LoginTrap is enough to improve and ensure physical security of your property and to prevent unwanted access to your personal information and data. The program is a good alternative to various safety devices (USB and computer locks, fingerprint readers, etc) that physically prevent theft and block unauthorized access to computer data.
Feature highlights include:
* all login events tracking
* iSight camera capture
* login events monitoring
* user notification via e-mail or FTP
Minimum system requirements:
* Mac OS X Version 10.4 Tiger or 10.5 Leopard
* Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel
* 12.4 MB Hard Drive space
Pricing and Availability:
ProteMac LoginTrap is available for only 29.95 USD (Single License), and may be downloaded directly from the ProteMac website.
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