Laptop Theft Protection Suite - Geo-locate & Gain Remote Control Over Your Stolen or Missing Laptop.

Laptop Theft Protection Suite - Geo-locate and Gain Remote Control Over Your Stolen or Missing Laptop. has been built from the ground-up as a feature-rich laptop theft recovery system that has been proven in the field as an effective tool for regaining possession of your device. The critical information it offers to owners can be provided to local law enforcement for recovery. In difficult location tracking situations where you are unable to regain possession of your device, you still retain control over the device to download your important files and delete any personal data remotely.

Location Tracking technology. With's WIFI Geolocation feature, you’ll be able to instantly locate your stolen computer on a map no matter where it goes. No GPS is required. Screenshots - Take snapshots of everything the thief does on your laptop. File Tracking - Access your files remotely; download your important files & delete them. Webcam Capture - See who is using your stolen laptop through your laptop's camera. Key Logging - Grabs a screenshot of the stolen PC's active session. Device Lock - Password lock your device. Stealth Mode - This application can be run in visible or invisible mode at your remote command. Doing so will keep the security software out of sight and allow you to fully track it. allows real-time tracking of your device. This means that you will be able to locate your laptop as it moves from one location to the next. No need to wait for reports to be emailed to you. is designed for all laptop users. The FBI estimates that 1 in 10 laptops purchased today will be stolen within the next 12 months. Sadly, less than 3% will be returned to the rightful owner.

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  • SharonGo

    by SharonGo

    "Security software for new laptop"

    This is what I was looking for my new laptop. I always wondered how I could locate a laptop if it ever gets stolen. More.

    reviewed on November 24, 2012