January 05, 2010 09:27 ET

New Web-Based Service Detects Who Installed Spyware

SPOOFEM.COM Launches Wiretrap, a Service That Detects Who Installed Spyware on a Person's Computer

ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwire - January 5, 2010) - SPOOFEM.COM (PINKSHEETS: SPOF) launched their latest service titled Wiretrap. Most anti-spyware programs detect spyware on a computer, but Wiretrap is the only web-based service that will detect "who" installed spyware on an individual's computer.

"The main objective of a hacker is to somehow get spyware installed onto a victim's computer. This spyware allows the hacker to follow every keystroke that is entered through the system," says Sheehan Toufiq, IT Spokesperson and Assistant Developer to the Wiretrap Project. "With this information a hacker can enter an email account to steal personal, social, and even financial information."

When a hacker opens the Wiretrap set by the user and clicks the link in an attempt to steal information, the hacker's IP address, information and location is sent back to the victim. If the individual who installed the spyware has a webcam or microphone attached, or built into their computer, Wiretrap will take pictures or an audio recording of the culprit. The pictures, audio recording, IP address, and other information of the individual who installed the spyware will then be emailed to the victim.

"It's an exciting new concept. Once a hacker opens up our decoy message and that web link is activated, BAM, your hacker has just been caught red handed," states Mr. Toufiq.

SPOOFEM.COM is a forward thinking company that works to anticipate and develop products and services that our customers need. The caller ID spoofing service is SPOOFEM.COM's flagship product which allows users to call any number and have any 10-digit telephone number show up in the caller ID. It also includes features like voice disguising, call recording, and text messaging from a different number.

For more information regarding SPOOFEM.COM's new product Wiretrap, and for additional information about SPOOFEM.COM, please visit

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