Tuesday, November 23, 2010

WizArmor™Avatar - Cyber Bodyguard for Youth Internet Computer Security - Unleashed on Internet


Using fascinating new stealth technologies, algorithms never seen before and incredible futuristic cloning techniques, there may be hope for Internet users, especially the unsuspecting youth, from the WizArmor™Avatar cyber security techology.

Modern technology, especially the Internet, has opened a world of opportunity and wonder with incredible learning and skill development opportunities for our Youth.

At the same time, the Internet is unregulated by any government, beyond the control of any nation, cannot be censored for moral or crime prevention purposes. Children are often victimized by the most vicious and sophisticated criminals, hackers and predators in our history.

Our Youth, our Teens and Tweens, face very real but invisible Internet dangers including Predators, Pornography, Crime, Identity Theft, Child Porn, Scams, Sexting and Invasion of Privacy. In fact more and more Youth every day become victims of the "creepo" deviants seeking to entrap and victimize them.

The WizArmor™Avatar incorporates next generation computer security technology featuring unique patented techniques to create a clone of the user system and route all incoming traffic into the clone for testing, thus capturing all known and unknown malware before it can infect the user pc.

Upon identification of the invader the WizArmor™Avatar destroys the clone along with the invader and never allows the user computer to be infected. A new WizArmor™Avatar clone instantaneously replaces the destroyed clone.

The WizArmor™Avatar protects the individual user computer from all known types of malware such as viruses, worms, spyware and other techniques of invisible predators intended seek out and find potential victims without their knowledge.

WizArmor technology takes a new approach. It does not care how the potential offender “looks” – it does not depend on a database of known viruses or worms. Instead, when installed, the system builds a “clone” of your computer. All the potential offenders are directed into that “clone” and tested there. If the “clone“ is harmed – it is destroyed along with the offender and a new “clone” is immediately erected.

All computer users are painfully familiar with the first generation "legacy" security systems purportedly protecting their computers – the endless “patches” and the urgent updating for “newly discovered critical vulnerabilities”. And, of course, “scanning” – the most annoying activity of searching all your files for the known malware that has already infected and is hiding in their computers. We all know that this scanning usually comes at the worst time, ties up our computers for a long period, and usually is hopeless.

The reason for shortcomings in the first generation "legacy" computer security systems is the principle they are based on. These systems can protect only against known to the database offenders. How do these offenders become known to the database? Simple -- by infecting computers. In other words, when a new virus is released it is not known to the database, so it easily gets through all the defenses and infects computer. Then, if somebody figures out what happened, a “patch” is developed, and the virus is added to the database. But it’s too late; a lot of damage has already been done. Needless to say, maintaining the active virus database and developing “patches” is cumbersome and expensive, and the user eventually pays for it.

Is the threat real? On September 17, 2010 Congressman Chris Smith (R-N.J.) told a House subcommittee that stronger efforts need to be made to curb the scourge of child sex-trafficking, which has gained new fuel through the internet.

A 2009 National Report on Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking, America’s Prostituted Children, conducted by Shared Hope International, found an estimated 100,000 U.S. minors are victimized annually with the average age of initial exploitation between 12-13 years old.

The US State Department’s recent annual report on human trafficking estimates that the number of “adults and children in forced labor, bonded labor, and forced prostitution around the world” is 12.3 million.

Identity theft through malware and hacking results in the hijacking of bank, credit card and other personal information then used to victimize Young users and can lead to long term credit and other problems that can plague them for years.

The WizArmor™Avatar is your cyber bodyguard to protect our Youth from all such unknown attacks that infect personal computers. You can even watch the attacks in Real Time while your Avatar seeks out and destroys your enemy. For information please visit our web site at WizArmor.com and discover for yourself how the WizArmor™Avatar can protect our Youth while allowing Parents the knowledge that a powerful invisible Sentinel is always on guard defending our Children from harm.
Wiz Enterprises of Virginia today released the first new generation of Internet Computer Security for our Youth, called the WizArmor™Avatar, designed to provide a cyber bodyguard to protect teen and tween users from the multitude of Internet predators seeking young victims on the Internet. Go to WizArmor.com and see.

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