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St. Bernard's iPrism Web Filtering Appliance Verified As Citrix Ready

Solution to provide consistent application of policy and reporting at the end-user level in a Citrix XenApp environment
San Diego, CA, December 1, 2008, St. Bernard Software, Inc. (OTCBB: SBSW), a leader in Web security appliances, today announced its iPrism Web filter has been verified as Citrix Ready, making it the first appliance-based URL filtering solution verified for a Citrix environment. Customers can now integrate iPrism into their IT infrastructure knowing it will complement their current system and ease Web security management without causing new challenges.

The iPrism Web filter was found to work seamlessly with the Citrix application virtualization solution XenApp, providing effective Web security without compromising performance in the server environment. The Citrix Ready program makes it easy for customers to identify complementary products and solutions that can enhance Citrix environments.

Ideal for Citrix environments, iPrism offers the ability to manage and monitor each user's Internet usage with a single appliance. This ensures Web policy stays consistent across an entire organization regardless of where applications are run. Administrators can define Citrix servers on the iPrism and use 'Session Based' authentication, allowing Citrix users the same 'Auto Login' features available to any desktop user. These features result in a unified application of policy and reporting at the individual user level. With iPrism, all traditional content filtering issues related to Citrix are avoided, creating a seamless integration with the Citrix and Active Directory environments.

"iPrism is a sure bet for a Citrix environment, as unlike software-based solutions, our appliance is easy to deploy and does not compromise the security of individual workstations or overburden IT staff and resources," said Steve Yin, vice president of global marketing and sales at St. Bernard Software. "Combining iPrism with a Citrix infrastructure provides users with the security they need, while eliminating the headache, maintenance and worry inherent with solutions that are not optimized for this environment."

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About Citrix Ready Citrix Ready identifies recommended solutions that are trusted to enhance Citrix application delivery infrastructure. All products featured in Citrix Ready have completed verification testing, thereby providing confidence in joint solution compatibility. Leveraging our industry leading alliances and partner eco-system, Citrix Ready showcases select trusted solutions designed to meet your various business needs. Through the online catalog and Citrix Ready branding program, you can easily find and build a trusted infrastructure. Citrix Ready not only demonstrates current mutual product compatibility, but through our continued industry relationships also ensures future interoperability. Learn more at www.citrixready.com.

About St. Bernard St. Bernard offers a full suite of secure content management solutions that integrate on-premise appliances with on-demand services to protect corporate networks from online threats, manage bandwidth use and enforce acceptable use policies. This industry-leading hybrid solution platform offers the security and control of an on-premise appliance with the scalability of an on-demand service.

St. Bernard's suite of iPrism solutions, iPrism Web Filter, iPrism IM Filter and iPrism Email Filter, prevent Internet threats, such as spam, viruses, spyware and phishing, from entering corporate networks across all electronic communications: email, IM and Web.

Established in 1995 with headquarters in San Diego, CA, St. Bernard sells and supports its products directly and through solution partners worldwide. For more information, please visit www.stbernard.com.

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