Clouseau is a network appliance deployed on subnets that aims to eradicate all illegal P2P activity and make it impossible to send or receive any illegal P2P transmissions.
"Billions of dollars and thousands of jobs are lost to P2P piracy. Current technology is clearly ineffective at stopping it," said Safwat Fahmy, chief executive and founder of SafeMedia.
"Clouseau is the best-of-breed internet piracy prevention solution designed from the ground up specifically to stop all P2P internet piracy no matter where it originates worldwide.
"It is safe and invisible, causes little or no latency in the network, self-healing and user-friendly, and completely shields user anonymity."
Clouseau uses fingerprinting and DNA markers to examine all incoming and outgoing packets so that illegal P2P is eradicated while legal P2P passes to its destination with no measurable delay, SafeMedia claimed.
"We have made Clouseau dynamically proactive, safe and hardened. Pirates are smart and innovative, and so is Clouseau," said Fahmy.
"Our technology is dynamic, sees through all multi-layered encryptions, adaptively analyses network patterns and constantly updates itself. Packet examinations are non-invasive and infallible. There are no false positives."
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