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Crypto-Server 6.4 to support Intel Macs

updated 07:55 pm EST, Tue January 10, 2006

CRYPTO-Server on Mactels

CRYPTOCard today announced that its recently-launched for Mac OS X is already compatible with Apple's new Intel Macs. The software is designed to fully integrate with Tiger's support for smart card environments, while the software's "One-PIN-and-You're-In" authentication provides secure building, door, elevator, LAN, VPN, Web-based, and desktop access for Mac OS X. CRYPTO-Server generates a one-time password for every log-on attempt, making stolen credentials useless to malicious users by coupling something in the user's possession (a smart card or token), with something the user knows (their PIN). The company is offering a MWSF special five-user bundle at half price for $250 (system requirements were unavailable).

by MacNN Staff





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