|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Windoows All|
|File size:||2.68 MB|
Publisher description for DrawBridge
Pre-emptive browser & eCommerce security software that reduces web & email based threats, and justifies confidence in online shopping and internet banking. DrawBridge checks browser security whenever Windows is booted and announces unsafe settings -giving browser control back to the user. Windows is not the problem. The assumption that you can safely allow persons unknown to execute instructions, code, or "scripts" on your computer IS the problem. For several years now, FieldCraft has been warning people about the danger of letting complete strangers run code (scripts) on their computers and the inherent security flaws in the internet's client-side scripting paradigm. To our knowledge, FieldCraft was the only company in the world to anticipate self loading worms and virii before they appeared and as a result, we never suffered the consequences suffered by those who did not hear our warning. Recently, fraudsters have discovered how to exploit the internet's client-side scripting paradigm to steal from bank accounts by tricking people into supplying account and password information or installing spyware without the user's knowledge or consent. There is only one way to stop the onslaught. It is up to you to secure your system against all client-side scripting except from trusted sites such as your bank or escrow provider. Firewall, virus scanner, and the seemingly endless stream of sketchy and incomplete browser patches are insufficient security, and have done nothing to prevent the theft of billions of dollars from bank and escrow accounts all over the world. DrawBridge, on the other hand, HAS been highly successful in preventing browser hijacking - allowing the URL box to expose a fraudulent site for what it is. Only by combining prudent use of Drawbridge with other security measures such as firewall, virus scanner, and Internet Explorer security patches can you hope to avoid becoming a victim of the internet's next crime wave.