This Porn Detection Stick Will Find All The Dirty Stuff Hiding In Your Computer

Of course, you download dirty pictures in the office computer.  Everyone's got a secret folder with an innocuous name embedded under a hierarchy of multiple work folders.  With your boss being a techno-dolt, there's no way he'll find it, right?  Well, yes.  Unless he has this: the Paraben Porn Detection Stick.

While it looks like any regular USB thumb drive, it actually contains an auto-launching software that deep-scans a computer for adult material the moment you plug it in.  It can search and analyze files encoded in any of 15 images formats, including deleted files, archived material and browser cache.

Designed to work as an alternative to more expensive forensic programs for scanning large amounts of data, the tool can go through a 500 GB hard drive containing over 70,000 images in just around one hour, allowing network managers to quickly check office PCs during off hours.   Images are categorized as likely risqué content by analyzing multiple parameters, including flesh tone, body shapes and facial features with a less than 1% average for false positive detections.  No software is actually installed on the host machine at any time, so it won't leave any trace of ever having been used.

While designed for workplaces, the tool should be useful for home computers, too.  Would you really be comfortable letting your sister borrow your laptop knowing what things you used to keep there?   A quick run of the software should help you banish all traces of past  unsavory behavior, saving you from having to tuck your head in shame at the next family dinner.

The Porn Detection Stick is available now, priced at an even $100.  Windows only, though.

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