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Open Door updates Mac security products

updated 09:25 am EST, Wed January 24, 2007

Open Door offers updates

Open Door Networks today announced major upgrades to its line of Internet security products as well as special pricing through February 14th. DoorStop X Firewall v2.0, an advanced firewall system for Mac OS X, adds "Location sets," which specify different protection for different network environments, automated log archiving, service-specific logging options, direct integration with Open Door's security blog and other new features and fixes. The company also updated its software that helps users understand and react to access attempts detected by DoorStop X Firewall: Who's There? Firewall Advisor v2.1 includes new filtering and searching features, enhanced real-time scrolling, direct integration with Open Door's security blog, new service definitions and bug fixes.

Finally, the company has updated its eBook: "Internet Security for Your Macintosh: A Guide for the Rest of Us" adds particular security info for Intel-based Macs running Mac OS X and/or Windows.

The DoorStop X Security Suite v2.0 includes all of aforementioned products and requires Mac OS X 10.3.9. Through February 14th, the company is offering DoorStop X Firewall 2.0 for $40 ($30 upgrade from any previous version), Who's There? 2.1 for $30 ($20 upgrade), and "Internet Security for Your Macintosh" for $10 (free upgrade). The DoorStop X Security Suite 2.0 is $70 ($40 upgrade).

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