11% of the time hackers bypass this security in seconds.
93% of the time hackers bypass this security in minutes or less.
99% of the time hackers bypass this security in hours or less.
Time for Hackers to Bypass Cybersecurity 2016 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report
Hackers quickly bypass cybersecurity virtually anytime they want. How do they do this despite billions spent?
How Hackers Bypass Security
Hackers bypass cybersecurity by injecting their spyware into your apps. Once inside, your cybersecurity product gives the spyware unlimited access to the internet (because it thinks a reputable app is talking on the net).
For example, when hackers inject spyware into Microsoft Word, your cybersecurity product wrongly believes the internet connection is coming from this reputable app. Meanwhile, your digital life is being retrieved by hackers day after day, week after week — completely invisible to antivirus, firewalls, and other cybersecurity technologies.
This video shows how hackers inject their trojans into your apps; and it shows how you can finally stop them.
Block Trojans that Evade Traditional Security
Fortunately, a patent-pending technology finally blocks trojans from accessing the internet, even after they’ve injected themselves into reputable apps. How does this technology succeed where $75 billion has failed? The solution is both elegant and effective. The technology:
Only allows browsers to talk to the sites needed by your open webpages.
Only allows your apps to talk to their makers.
For example, when your browser opens samsung.com, your browser should only be allowed to talk to samsung.com and the sites this webpage pulls content from. All other browser traffic should automatically be blocked.
Also, apps should only be allowed to talk to their makers: Microsoft Word should only be allowed to talk to Microsoft, Adobe Photoshop should only be allowed to talk to Adobe, Netflix should only be allowed to talk to Netflix, etc. All other app traffic should automatically be blocked.
When your browsers can only talk to the sites used by open webpages, injected trojans can’t force your browsers to talk to hackers’ computers. When your apps can only talk to their makers, injected trojans can’t force your apps to talk to hackers’ computers. This is the key to finally winning the war against hackers.
Code Injection Can’t Be Disabled
Cybersecurity products have been trying to stop hackers from injecting their spyware into legitimate apps. Unfortunately, hackers routinely succeed in bypassing this approach in minutes or less. Why? Code injection is an essential part of many legitimate Windows programs. Therefore, code injection cannot be disabled without disrupting legitimate programs.
Hackers will always find ways to trick antimalware into believing their injected code is legitimate. Even premiere organizations with patents designed to detect malicious injection admit that hackers will always have the upper hand:
“Defenders will never be ‘done’ in their mission to detect and prevent stealthy process injection because adversaries will never stop innovating.” — Endgame
Since code injection cannot be completely stopped, every computer must have an all-emcompassing technology that blocks the malware after it’s already injected into a legitimate program. Without this, you remain wide open to attack.
Cybersecurity companies tout the numerous things they do to protect you. This distracts attention away from the two steps necessary to stop hijacked apps from transmitting your digital life.
Please don’t take our word for it. Ask your cybersecurity vendor:
Do you only allow my browser to talk to the sites used by currently open webpages?
Do you only allow my apps to talk to their makers?
You will soon discover that your cybersecurity vendor has been keeping you a vulnerable target — despite the multitude of other things they say they do to protect you.
Only one product currently implements the two steps necessary to block trojans after they’ve injected themselves into reputable apps. This product is Hacker Deterrent Pro. If you want to finally turn the tables on hackers, you can download a free, 30-day trial now.
Note: In fifteen minutes, the video lessons teach you everything you need to know to close the two security holes left open by the antimalware industry.