October 6, 2011

Refog surveillance software safeguards customers' privacy and security

Refog Inc. has updated their entire range of its computer surveillance products with a long-requested feature: the ability to disable the interception of financial information. The new option effectively disables keystroke logging if a credit card number is being entered. In addition, all keyboard monitoring and logging is disabled when the user is visiting certain money transfer services and online banking websites.

The new option will significantly lower the risk of identity theft should keyboard logs generated by Refog surveillance software fall into the wrong hands. By prohibiting financial information from being captured or saved into the log file, Refog remains true to its long-standing commitment of safeguarding privacy and security of its customers.

The new option is available immediately in all Refog software equipped with keyboard logging. The affected products include REFOG Personal Monitor, REFOG Keylogger, REFOG Employee Monitor, and REFOG Terminal Monitor. Refog Inc. considers this an important security update, and advises all customers to update their version of Refog software as soon as possible.

The list of supported financial platforms currently includes popular money transfer services and payment systems such as Paypal and Moneybookers, as well as a growing list of online banking platforms.

 

 

 

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