TTC NetSwitch Shows Actual Names
TTC NetSwitch shows the names of everyone who wants to access your computer. TTC NetSwitch uses a patent-pending technology to verify the names before they are displayed (stopping hackers from impersonating someone else):
TTC NetSwitch gets the names real-time traffic analysis— not from the local DNS cache that hackers easily control.
TTC NetSwitch employs a patent-pending method to authenticate the site name requests (i.e. secure DNS requests).
TTC NetSwitch employs a patent-pending method to authenticate the site name replies (i.e. secure DNS replies).
Via the above, TTC NetSwitch protects against both remote name corruption (such as man-in-the-middle attacks) and local name corruption (such as inserting fake entries into the local cache). TTC NetSwitch securely provides the actual names.
From the moment you install TTC NetSwitch, you will know if someone is hacking your computer; you will also know if someone is spying on your webcam; you will even know the name of every site that’s tracking your computer use as well. No one can sneak onto your computer because you finally have a real-time list of the names of everyone who wants to access your computer.
Real Names, Not Unrecognizable IP Addresses
With cloud-based computing, literally thousands of sites can share the same host machines. Hackers rent space on the same clouds as legitimate companies, causing them to share the same host machines as legitimate companies. Therefore, you cannot tell the difference between a hacker and a legitimate company by either the name of the host machine nor from the host’s IP address either.
Consider Microsoft’s network (Msn.com) as an example.
Older technologies: a23-14-84-49.deploy.static.akamaitechnologies.com
TTC NetSwitch: Msn.com
Consider Samsung’s website as another example.
Older technologies: a23-0-87-46.deploy.static.akamaitechnologies.com
TTC NetSwitch: Samsung.com
Both Samsung and Microsoft use the cloud provided by Akamai Technologies. Many hackers do too. Without TTC NetSwitch, how can you tell if your computer is interacting with a hacker on Akamai’s cloud, or a reputable company such as Microsoft? Both legitimate companies and hackers use the same clouds. In many instances, both hackers and legitimate companies even share the very same host machines as well.
It’s very easy for hackers to hide themselves in lists such as:
However, a hacker can be effortlessly seen in a list such as:
The only way to identify hackers is by seeing the names of everyone trying to access your computer. This is the information you need to finally have control over who enters your computer (and who cannot). This is where TTC NetSwitch uniquely comes in.
With TTC NetSwitch, you have two types of real-time control — Permit-All and Deny-All.
Permit-All: Every site starts off as being allowed. Then, with a click of the mouse, you can block any site that you want.
Deny-All: Every site starts off as being blocked. Then, with a click of the mouse, you can choose to allow them access.
What if you don’t recognize a name or IP Address? TTC NetSwitch still has you covered. Simply right-click on any name or IP Address, and then select “Instant Search.” TTC NetSwitch will instantly conduct searches and present you all the information you need.
Now that you can see the names of everyone accessing your computer, hackers have nowhere to hide. You finally have total control over who can access your computer and who cannot.