Yoggie Adds Security for Gamers

Yoggie targets online gamers and parents with Yoggie Gatekeeper Internet security products

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

November 12, 2007

1 Min Read

NEW YORK -- The Yoggie Gatekeeper SOHO™ and the Yoggie Gatekeeper Pro™ are part of Yoggie Security Systems™ stable of Personal Security Servers: miniature computers, the size of a credit card, with their own processors and memory, that provide 13 layers of integrated security for the PC or laptop. These multiple award-winning Internet security devices represent a true ‘first’ for both parents and gamers – delivering unrivalled online protection while speeding up computer performance and, for families, providing strong parental controls.

The level of security is equivalent to that employed by the FBI. In fact, it’s like having your own security server that’s small enough to fit into your back pocket. All Internet traffic is routed through the devices and ‘cleansed’ before it gets to the host computer – as opposed to traditional software security applications where the fight against Internet borne threats takes place inside the host computer. Since the Yoggie Gatekeeper SOHO and Pro™ use their own hardware to run the security, the host computer performance is boosted as it no longer needs security software installed.

With simple ‘plug and forget’ installation, each time the Yoggie Gatekeeper Pro or SOHO™ connect to the Internet, they check for updates which are installed without any user action. The Yoggie Gatekeepers™ offers firewall, intrusion detection, intrusion prevention, Anti-Virus, Anti-Spyware, Anti-Spam, Anti-Phishing and parental control, as well as three unique Yoggie™ patented applications to guard users and repel viruses, spyware, malware and hackers. They even include technology to protect against new security threats not yet known to standard anti-virus software.

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