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SafeNet announced a major upgrade of the industry-leading QuickSec IPSec VPN product line

BALTIMORE, Md. -- SafeNet, Inc. (NASDAQ: SFNT), setting the standard for information security, today announced a major upgrade of the industry-leading QuickSec IPSec VPN product line. Today’s release of a pair of complementary security products QuickSec 4.0 Client Toolkit and QuickSec 4.0 Server Toolkit enables the large installed base of QuickSec OEM developers to add IKEv2 to the full range of enterprise security gateways, enterprise-class PBX systems, desktop VPN clients, and mobile VPN platforms in use today.

QuickSec is the most broadly used professional-quality security development toolkit for IPSec gateways, appliances, and software applications in the world, with advanced levels of protection, reliability, and performance mandated by OEM customers and industry standards. This major release of QuickSec 4.0 Client and Server Toolkits is the first simultaneous release by SafeNet of compatible client-side and server-side development tools implementing the most current IPSec security features like IKEv2, stateful firewall, IPv6/IPv4 support, 64-bit platform support, and pre-integration with high-speed security processors for hardware acceleration.

“QuickSec 4.0 is the ideal toolkit for protecting networking applications that require robust VPN security,” said Henk Pruim, vice president and general manager of SafeNet’s OEM Networking Division. “With QuickSec 4.0, SafeNet customers benefit from a proven software security system that has been optimized to provide robust client and server-side IPSec and IKEv2 security for networking OEMs. The QuickSec Toolkits have been designed to support a wide array of hardware acceleration options to provide our customers with a complete high-performance hardware/software security system.”

SafeNet Inc. (Nasdaq: SFNT)

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