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Internet Cleanup 5 for the Mac

Smith Micro Software's Internet Cleanup 5.0 provides greater protection from the latest Internet threats and enhanced privacy protection

ALISO VIEJO, Calif. -- Smith Micro Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: SMSI) Consumer Group today announced the release of Internet Cleanup™ 50 for the Mac, the newest version of its popular privacy protection software. In addition to existing features such as SpyAlert™ and NetBlockade™, Internet Cleanup 5 now boasts Device Sentry™, a new solution that stops pod-slurping and other forms of data theft by preventing thieves from mounting iPods, thumb drives, or other external USB or Firewire devices to a machine without authorization, as well as a revised interface designed for ease-of-use and full compatibility with Mac OS 10.5 Leopard. For more information about Internet Cleanup 5.0, please visit www.smithmicro.com.

Internet Cleanup 5.0 is a comprehensive collection of tools that help protect privacy and improve the Internet experience. Other new tools include Bookmark Manager, which allows users to synchronize all bookmarks between web browsers and has the ability to validate bookmarks to ensure each link is still alive and active. Simple File Hider protects privacy by hiding any file or folder from snoopers. Internet cleanup 5 also offers the ability to automatically e-mail detailed results of scheduled tasks to an e-mail address.

Internet Cleanup is compatible with both Intel and PowerPC Macintosh computers. Existing tools including SpyAlert, Network SpyAlert and NetBlockade have many new enhancements making them more effective and easier to use. Internet Cleanup 5 also now offers burn-to-disc and duplicate to StuffIt archive capabilities, and Move to StuffIt Archive actions have been added for applying to search results.

"With powerful new features designed to keep your Mac safe, organized, and running at its best, Internet Cleanup 5 makes managing your important files and maintaining your privacy easier and faster than ever," said Fletcher Wu, Product Manager, Smith Micro Software, Inc. "Smith Micro has built upon its popular and affordable Internet Cleanup software to offer advanced protection tools for the Mac such as Device Sentry and Simple File Hider to stop potential thieves and hide folders from snoopers. We've also added new functionality to simplify the process of managing files on your Mac, including features like BookMark Manager, Connection Viewer and Automatic Schedule Email that help streamline the user experience."

Smith Micro Software Inc. (Nasdaq: SMSI)

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