Software Protection

Every day software programs are stolen off the internet through pirate sites, compromising the
reputation and profits of companies worldwide.

Convenient and inexpensive access to the Internet, fast connections, presumed anonymity and
download programs designed for large files have created the ideal environment for obtaining
digital content without approval or payment.

Internet piracy of software has grown to levels that have a serious economic impact for developers

How can you prevent this from happening to you? BayTSP works with clients to ensure their
assets are tracked, secured and protected from Internet piracy. By utilizing BayTSP, clients can
be reassured that all necessary steps are being taken to minimize widespread distribution of
any assets.

For software and videogame companies
Despite digital rights management protection, unauthorized versions of popular software applications appear online within days or weeks for release. In some instances, individuals and piracy groups distribute unauthorized pre-release versions. BayTSP has worked with nearly every leading software firm, providing services to manage the problem.

• Content Authentication Platform
Monitors user-generated content and video hosting websites and cyber-lockers for unauthorized video and audio clips, can take action to have them removed and monitor for compliance.

• Business Intelligence
Identify where content is appearing online, what content is most popular and viewership amount. BayTSP’s Business Intelligence systems can also monitor the effectiveness of online marketing and promotional campaigns, and drive traffic to content distribution partners by having it removed from non-partner sites.

• Early Propagator
Monitors peer to peer networks like Bit Torrent and eDonkey, Usenet, IRC and public FTP sites for the first instances of unauthorized video and audio content, can take action to have them removed and monitor for compliance.

• BayTrack
Provides ongoing monitoring and enforcement on peer to peer networks, Usenet, IRC and public FTP sites, can issue takedown notices and monitor for enforcement.

Monitors for the first instances of unauthorized content appearing peer to peer networks, IRC, Usenet and public FTP sites, notifies content owner when the leak has been validated and tracks propagation following initial detection.