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#1: Forensic Analysis of Facial Features

Posted on 2008-04-12 15:14:54 by Techie24Chick

This is so cool. You know what is funny? This info came into my email
box on April fools day. At first, I thought Sophos was trying to pull
a funny. Not! Check it out!

New Sophos facial recognition technology uses webcams to stop hackers
and virus writers in their tracks
----
Today, April 1, Sophos announced its new RAPIL (Recognition and
Analysis of Potentially Intruding Lifeforms) system which is able to
produce a real-time forensic analysis of facial features using
webcams, to assess the facial characteristics of computer users, and
cross-references them against features typically found in
cybercriminals. The ability to stop hackers before they even get a
chance to write their malware, let alone spread it, is a breakthrough
in the fight against cybercrime. Keep reading for more on the RAPIL
beta and how you can help the fight against malware.

http://www.sophos.com/news/2008/04/rapil.html

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#2: Re: Forensic Analysis of Facial Features

Posted on 2008-04-12 15:17:16 by Techie24Chick

On Apr 12, 9:14 am, Techie24Chick <techie24ch...@gmail.com> wrote:
> This is so cool. You know what is funny? This info came into my email
> box on April fools day. At first, I thought Sophos was trying to pull
> a funny. Not! Check it out!
>
> New Sophos facial recognition technology uses webcams to stop hackers
> and virus writers in their tracks
> ----
> Today, April 1, Sophos announced its new RAPIL (Recognition and
> Analysis of Potentially Intruding Lifeforms) system which is able to
> produce a real-time forensic analysis of facial features using
> webcams, to assess the facial characteristics of computer users, and
> cross-references them against features typically found in
> cybercriminals. The ability to stop hackers before they even get a
> chance to write their malware, let alone spread it, is a breakthrough
> in the fight against cybercrime. Keep reading for more on the RAPIL
> beta and how you can help the fight against malware.
>
> http://www.sophos.com/news/2008/04/rapil.html

Actually... if you read the article it was a big funny. How about
that? Logic was telling me it was a joke.... Go see...

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#3: Re: Forensic Analysis of Facial Features

Posted on 2008-04-14 08:26:21 by Mak

Techie24Chick wrote:
> On Apr 12, 9:14 am, Techie24Chick <techie24ch...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> This is so cool. You know what is funny? This info came into my email
>> box on April fools day. At first, I thought Sophos was trying to pull
>> a funny. Not! Check it out!
>>
>> New Sophos facial recognition technology uses webcams to stop hackers
>> and virus writers in their tracks
>> ----
>> Today, April 1, Sophos announced its new RAPIL (Recognition and
>> Analysis of Potentially Intruding Lifeforms) system which is able to
>> produce a real-time forensic analysis of facial features using
>> webcams, to assess the facial characteristics of computer users, and
>> cross-references them against features typically found in
>> cybercriminals. The ability to stop hackers before they even get a
>> chance to write their malware, let alone spread it, is a breakthrough
>> in the fight against cybercrime. Keep reading for more on the RAPIL
>> beta and how you can help the fight against malware.
>>
>> http://www.sophos.com/news/2008/04/rapil.html
>
> Actually... if you read the article it was a big funny. How about
> that? Logic was telling me it was a joke.... Go see...

I don't have to read it, the product name RAPIL is enough - 'course it's an april 1st joke

M

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#4: Re: Forensic Analysis of Facial Features

Posted on 2008-04-16 06:27:07 by Techie24Chick

On Apr 14, 2:26 am, mak <m...@nospam.com> wrote:
> Techie24Chick wrote:
> > On Apr 12, 9:14 am, Techie24Chick <techie24ch...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> This is so cool. You know what is funny? This info came into my email
> >> box on April fools day. At first, I thought Sophos was trying to pull
> >> a funny. Not! Check it out!
>
> >> New Sophos facial recognition technology uses webcams to stop hackers
> >> and virus writers in their tracks
> >> ----
> >> Today, April 1, Sophos announced its new RAPIL (Recognition and
> >> Analysis of Potentially Intruding Lifeforms) system which is able to
> >> produce a real-time forensic analysis of facial features using
> >> webcams, to assess the facial characteristics of computer users, and
> >> cross-references them against features typically found in
> >> cybercriminals. The ability to stop hackers before they even get a
> >> chance to write their malware, let alone spread it, is a breakthrough
> >> in the fight against cybercrime. Keep reading for more on the RAPIL
> >> beta and how you can help the fight against malware.
>
> >>http://www.sophos.com/news/2008/04/rapil.html
>
> > Actually... if you read the article it was a big funny. How about
> > that? Logic was telling me it was a joke.... Go see...
>
> I don't have to read it, the product name RAPIL is enough - 'course it's an april 1st joke
>
> M

O'Cmon.. it was cute. Even Sophos has a little fun. ;-)

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