The latest version of computer security software from the company called JATHAGAM has been upgraded to version 6.5 and has become a favourite among the hacker community for its reliability and ease of use.
The company also said that the new software can help companies keep track of vulnerabilities and exploits on their servers.
The JATHAM team said that since version 6 was released earlier this year, they had received over 8,000 reports of security flaws in the software.
They said that they had been using the software to detect vulnerabilities in Java-based apps and other apps that use Java APIs.
According to JATHARAM, the latest update of the software has been used to detect over 200,000 exploits in the last five years.
The new software has also been used in the detection of over 50,000 malware samples.
The software is free for anyone to use, but a small fee is required for regular updates.