PhantomFrog Releases New Version of Password Protection

Jul 19, 2011 4:00 PM PST

TUCSON, Ariz. — Technology company has released its latest version of its password protection system with enhancements to limit bandwidth usage of trial members.

PhantomFrog focuses on preventing password abuse by employing a technology called High-Resolution Geographic Tracking and Automated Member Support.

“Phantom Frog is the only system employing High-Resolution Geographic Tracking and Automated Member Support — technology that continues to set untouched standards for password abuse protection,” the company said.

This technology detects and automatically changes abused passwords and the automated member support works 24/7 allowing members to retrieve new passwords by email, according to the company.

The geographic tracking technology also pinpoints members’ visits to country, state, city, latitude and longtitude. PhantomFrog also said that companies such as Alexa, Amazon, Microsoft, Google Analytics, AT&T,  T-Mobile, Yahoo and others use the same technology.

Phantom Frog’s automated member support system integrates with CCBill, NETbilling, Epoch, NATS 3, NATS 4, MPA3, Verotel and Zombaio.

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