LevelNet is an informational security network where connected users exchange information about IT security incidents (viruses and any other computer threats) detected on their device. Information exchange happens in real time with other members connected to the network to prevent further attacks of malicious software. Device threat detection is done by monitoring the response of alien protection systems installed on the user device. Protection system response is analyzed by the client program and other means of analysis, located both on the users device and outside, on other nodes in the Network.
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LevelNet: Real-time Cybersecurity Solution
LevelNet offers preventive protection measures for a competitive price of $0.99-9.99 for an
annual subscription per end-user device.
LevelNet Network & End-Point App integrates users into a single universal network of
cybersecurity. Exchange data in real time about emerging threats on your devices. Combining all
anti-virus capabilities into one Network.
LevelNet Cloud contains a database of incidents and updates it in real time thereby forming a
reputation service for files and other objects.
How it Works
The LevelNet system provides cybersecurity measures against suspected files/viruses/threats detected
by any of the anti-virus/cybersecurity software applications present on the LevelNet network. Suspicious
files, viruses, and threats can be quarantined/deleted regardless of whether there is installed antivirus
software at the particular endpoint.
It is essentially a network where each user exchanges information about IT security incidents (viruses
and any other computer threats) detected on their device with other users in real time. This above
process is done to prevent an attack directed at any device connected to the network. Network users
agree to exchange such information beforehand.
Threat detection is performed by monitoring the response of security systems installed on the user’s
device. The response is analyzed by the client programs that are located both on the user device and
outside of it on other nodes of the network. After the analysis is completed, users are notified of the
threat. Users receive threat notifications in the form of prepared bundles of information with various
network protocols in place.
The source of the notification can be either the user device with an installed client program or other
network nodes carrying functional features of the program responsible for notifications. The client
program then blocks the threat for all notified users via specialized program features, i.e., alerts, other
features then scan for the sources of the various threats.