Rainbow’s SentinelLM 7.1.1 Electronic License Management and Distribution is Optimized for Macintosh OS X Support
IRVINE, Calif., October 22, 2001 – The eSecurity group of Rainbow Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: RNBO), a leading provider of high-performance security solutions for the Internet, eCommerce and software protection, now provides support for the new Macintosh OS X operating system with SentinelLM 7.1.1, a leading solution for secure electronic management, licensing, and distribution. The new Mac OS X version of SentinelLM 7.1.1 secures Macintosh applications from unauthorized execution and software piracy in addition to providing new usability features and stronger security to combat online software piracy.
SentinelLM 7.1.1 for Mac OS X provides a comprehensive solution for electronic license management and distribution, electronic software distribution, and eCommerce licensing tools and security for business applications used in Mac OS X environments. Other new features include License Server Usage log file reporting capability, change in Network Trial License behavior, enhanced Subscription Trial License file, and UNIX support.
“Adding Mac OS X support for Sentinel 7.1.1 is another example of our continuing commitment toward making SentinelLM the software license management solution of choice for software publishers and developers,” said Tom Ybarra, Sentinel product manager, Rainbow eSecurity. “We will continue to work closely with software developers to make SentinelLM the most flexible and innovative product of its kind on the market.”
SentinelLM 7.1.1 is a secure software-based solution for managing, controlling and administering software distribution, updates, new releases and software patches. Rainbow also offers SentinelExpress, which works in conjunction with SentinelLM to offer businesses the ability to securely distribute and license software via the Internet. The key benefits of this combination are:
* Electronically license and distribute software
* Secure applications from unauthorized execution
* Protect developers and ISVs from illegal licensing
* Secure applications and their derivative information
* Offer customized software packages to customers.
Pricing and Availability
Prices for SentinelLM 7.1.1 for Mac OS X vary based on licensing requirements. For specific pricing information, call Rainbow at 1-800-852-8569 or International sales at 1-949-450-7465. SentinelLM 7.1.1 for Mac OS X is available immediately.
About Rainbow Technologies
Founded in 1984, Rainbow Technologies is a leading provider of security solutions for software, the Internet and eCommerce. Rainbow applies its core technology to a variety of applications-from electronically securing software, to the acceleration of secure communication for eCommerce and Virtual Private Networks (VPNs). Rainbow’s products include secure Web server and VPN acceleration boards; anti-piracy and Internet software distribution solutions; PKI security solutions; voice, data and satellite security systems; and USB-based Web authentication tokens. The eSecurity group of Rainbow Technologies is based in Irvine, California and maintains offices throughout the United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Australia, China, The Netherlands, Brazil, India, and Taiwan. A network of nearly 80 authorized distributors sells Rainbow products worldwide. For more information, visit our Web site at www.rainbow.com.
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