Thursday, November 23, 2017

John McAfee finally reveals "Sentinel" anti-hacking system

John McAfee finally reveals Sentinel anti-hacking system
REMEMBER WHEN SECURITY Errol Flynn, John McAfee, got everyone excited about a super secure thing that he was working on, that would make all other security things quail and crawl away? It's finally here. 

While the long-awaited 'John McAfee Privacy Phone' is not quite here yet, McAfee's hack-proof Sentinel system is now available and comes out of the MGT firm that he set up.
Sentinel is $2,499, and with that, you get a one-year subscription to a service that reportedly does not mess about. 
"For most organisations, the reality is that hackers are already on your network. Sentinel is a system that detects hackers as they probe throughout your network in an attempt to further their infiltration and identify attractive targets," explains MGT about its new baby Sentinel.

"The system, composed of a passive hardware device connected to each subnet, monitors network traffic for suspicious activity using sophisticated algorithms which generates alerts when triggered."

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