With cyber crime on the rise, Portland couple make a device to detect digital break-ins
IPCopper . . . makes devices with the forensic firepower to detect, track and ultimately prosecute cybercrooks, hackers or spies.
The company’s device captures all Internet activity without alerting hackers, or internal thieves, to its presence.
Housed in tamper-proof aluminum boxes, the devices have full “packet capture” or “sniffing” capability. Placed in line between a company’s Internet connection and the computers that access it, the appliances record every email, website visit or Voice Over Internet Protocol conversation in complete detail.
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