NetIQ develops tools to kill Camera/Shy

Tuesday, 16 July 2002, 3:48 AM EST

NetIQ Corp. officials said that they added protection against what they called a "hacker tool" in order to protect corporate customers from the hazards of having unauthorized software on their networks.

Hacktivismo introduced its Camera/Shy software last weekend.

The application is a browser-based steganography program that can hide data inside GIF images on any Web page. Camera/Shy is designed to allow Internet users in countries such as China or Cuba to access Web content that their governments have banned.

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