Labs, have launched a Java security software solution that protects, licenses and securely delivers mobile content.
The Latest Kaspersky Anti-Virus Cumulative Database Update offers a new line of features,including the world's first-embedded, second-generation heuristic analyser that searches for unknown network worms written in Visual Basic; Added feature for search of malicious programs contained in files compressed with the following utilities: BitArts
He is joined by an experienced management team including: John Safa, company founder, chief technology officer and former founder of BitArts
with four granted patents to his name.
have called on the UK government to launch an inquiry into software theft in the UK after it demonstrated that online software retailer are allowing multiple copies of software to be run by their customers who only purchase a single license.
BitArts Labs, the UK based digital security company today announced an international $10 million fundraising round.
BitArts Labs is the only company in the world to have developed an uncracked suite of products to protect the delivery of software applications and digital content.
Danny Chapchal, CEO of digital security company BitArts Labs, today called on Microsoft to lead the industry in fighting the crippling effects of software piracy.
Founded in 1998 BitArts Labs is the only organisation in the world to have developed patented, generically uncracked techniques to prevent software piracy and attack by Internet viruses and trojans.
She also serves as non-executive chairman of BitArts
the technology leader in piracy management solutions, and BitArts Labs, the UK-based digital security company, today announced that Smarte Solutions has licensed BitArts Labs' anti-piracy software for use in its SmarteSECURE(TM) and SmarteMANAGER(TM) piracy management solutions.
This exclusive worldwide distribution license covers BitArts Labs' full line of anti-piracy software, including Titanium and related products.
UK based BitArts
Labs highlighted issues with the anti-theft protection mechanism of WindowsXP in beta versions of the product that Microsoft claimed would be resolved in the final product release of XP.