Bad News for Thieves

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Many people we know have had their Macs stolen, often in ‘safe’ situations. That’s why we developed Undercover: a unique theft-recovery application designed from the ground up for Mac OS X.

What happens when my Mac is stolen?

Transmission of network information

Like most other theft-recovery software, Undercover will transmit network information of the stolen Mac. This information includes both internal and external IP addresses and the router address, enabling our recovery center to accurately trace the Mac’s physical location.

See what happens on your stolen Mac

Undercover is the world’s first theft-recovery software that will send screenshots of your stolen Mac at regular intervals. These screenshots will sooner or later reveal the thief’s identity (e.g. when chatting, reading and writing emails,…) making it much easier to work with law enforcement in order to recover your Mac.

See who’s using your Mac

Undercover introduces another world first: if your Mac has a built-in or external iSight, Undercover will transmit pictures of the thief and his surroundings every 6 minutes, making it even easier to identify the current user. It’s like having a private detective working for you.

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2 Comments

  1. Jack's Shack May 19, 2006 at 12:17 am

    Thanks.

  2. ~ Sarah ~ May 18, 2006 at 12:59 pm

    you might like this link as well: http://www.slappingturtle.com/home/

    it’s called iAlertU. it’s motion sensitive, if you leave your macbook for a minute you can put this alarm on it so that you can hear if anyone touches it!

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