SweetCocoa, a Belgium-based company that makes Mac OS X software, has released LapCop a stealth software application designed to protect iBooks and PowerBooks.
In case your Mac gets stolen, LapCop transmits an electronic beacon to an e-mail address you determine. This stealth e-mail, containing the Internet route to your Mac, together with information about its network settings, provides enough information to accurately track your Mac geographically, according to
Built for use with Mac OS X 10.2 (“Jaguar”), the product costs US$15. You can download it now. However, for safety reasons, LapCop will only start monitoring your Mac after you register the software.