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April 24th, 2008

Linux Firewall For Windows On A PCMCIA Laptop Card

Yoggie has announced a new Linux-based computer on a seamless PCMCIA card for laptops called “Gatekeeper Card Pro”. A designed to off-load installed security software from your laptop, the card is a security-dedicated mini-server with its own processor, memory and hardened operating system that extends corporate-level security to traveling laptops. Gatekeeper Card Pro blocks all Internet threats before they reach laptop’s operating system. Users also benefit from “additional security features and improved laptop performance”.

Gatekeeper Card Pro is packed with Anti-Virus, Anti-Spam, Anti-Phishing, Anti-Spyware, Intrusion Detection System, Intrusion Prevention System, Firewall, VPN Client, Web Filtering/Parental Content Control, Transparent Email and Web, Proxies, Adaptive Security Policy, Multi-Layer Security Agent, Layer-8 Security Engine.

The card is inserted directly into a laptop’s ExpressCard slot, allowing users to benefit from transparent Internet security. According to Yoggie, the card provides the following features:

Blocks Internet threats outside, before they reach your laptop.
Hides laptop from Internet Hackers.
Boosts laptop’s performance.
Protects from known and unknown attacks.

The new card should be available since May 26 for a price of 200$.

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