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6/2/2010
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Keith Ferrell
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Kerio Control 7 Expands Network Security Offering

Enhanced intrusion detection and prevention, new admin console and embedded Sophos anti-virus are among the new features in Kerio Technologies latest iteration of its Kerio Control network security management product.

Enhanced intrusion detection and prevention, new admin console and embedded Sophos anti-virus are among the new features in Kerio Technologies latest iteration of its Kerio Control network security management product.Network security provider Kerio Technologies has given its flagship product, Kerio Control a fairly major expansion of capabilities and functions, including the addition of Sophos anti-virus as the a-v of choice for networks running Kerio products.

The new version, Kerio Control 7, (technical specs are here) takes a new approach to its administration console as well; according to the company, the console provides the "look and feel of a true desktop application" while enabling management of passwords, Internet access policies (based on user log-in), monitoring of bandwidth consumption and individual user Internet activity.

Deployable as either a "hardened Linux software appliance or a Certified Windows" app, the program runs on either 32-bit or 64-bit severs or workstation networks.

Licensing starts at $255, including 5 users. A downloadable free trial (registration required) is here.

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