Yoggie releases MacOS mini security appliances

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Tim Higgins

The new Gatekeeper Pico for Mac and Gatekeeper Card Pro for Mac provide 12 internet security applications in USB and ExpressCard formats. Both boot automatically with the MacOS and redirect all network traffic through them, protecting the host machine running Mac OS X v10.5.4 (Leopard) and above.

Security functions include stateful inspection firewall, Snort intrusion detection and prevention, Kapersky anti-virus and anti-spyware, Mailshell anti-spam and anti-phishing and SurfControl Web content filtering. The ExpressCard product also includes a VPN client.

MSRP for the Yoggie Gatekeeper Pico for Mac is $149 and $199 for the Gatekeeper Card Pro for Mac;the same as for the Windows versions. Both are available for pre-order today at a 20% discount and will be shipped starting December 1.

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