Aladdin esafe Version 4

July 2003
Software World;Jul2003, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p25
Reports on Aladdin Knowledge Systems Ltd.'s release of esafe 4, a proactive content security solution. Ability to block server-based attacks; Anti-spam features; Capability to limit the use of non-authorized Internet-enabled applications.


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