The power of Transient Whitelisting shines when viewed against a very recent, powerful phishing attack. In this phishing attack, the web browser displays one name (such as “bankofamerica.com”) while the browser actually connects to a hacker’s site (which looks identical). Then, the moment you enter in your credentials, the hacker has everything he needs to log into the real site (such as your bank account).
Cybersecurity engineers created webpages which demonstrate how this attack occurs. For example, on one security research site, the browser displays “apple.com” while it actually connects to an entirely different site altogether. Using this security researcher site, watch how Transient Whitelisting automatically exposes and blocks this “almost impossible to detect” attack:
How did Hacker Deterrent Pro know how to automatically expose and block the attack? Since “apple.com” was displayed in the browser, only apple.com was added to the Transient Whitelist while everything else remained blocked. In other words, Hacker Deterrent Pro ensures that your browser is solely talking to who it says it is. Simple. Secure.
By ‘knowing where you’re going’ you have tremendous protection against phishing attacks. Yet Hacker Deterrent Pro does so much more. For example, it even stops trojans that are virtually untouched by popular security products.
Click on any hacking attack below to see how Hacker Deterrent Pro protects you in ways that antivirus cannot: