Trend offers free licences

Trend Micro is offering free 50-seat licences of InterScan WebProtect and InterScan AppletTrap to users of Microsoft Proxy Server 2.0.

The offer, which is valid until August 31, is valued at over $1400 and includes free virus pattern and engine scan updates for 12 months.

WebProtect 2.1 ($595 for 50 users) and AppletTrap 1.0 ($823 for 50 users), aim to protect computer networks from viruses, malicious Java applets, JavaScript and Active X Controls by blocking their entry at the server.

WebProtect works as a Microsoft Proxy Server filter, scanning all data traffic that passes through the Microsoft Proxy Server for viruses and malicious code. The program automatically cleans virus-infected file transfers and removes unknown macro viruses.

A policy-based tool that works at the Internet gateway of a network, AppletTrap performs certificate checks and scans for malicious code. The program shuts down applets that violate policy.

Users of Microsoft Proxy Server may download WebProtect and AppletTrap from http://www.trendmicro.com.au/msproxyTrend MicroPhone: (02) 8876 5678http://www.trendmicro.com.au

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