Macware Releases WebGhost
Anonymous web surfing for Mac Users
OMAHA, NE – July 12, 2007 – Macware®,
a leading Mac software publisher, announced today the release
of WebGhost, an anonymous web surfing utility for the Mac.
Information about you and your computer can easily be accessed by any webmaster, hacker or other person interested in learning about your online habits or attempting to infiltrate your security. WebGhost protects your computer by redirecting your Web connection through a secure proxy server which hides your online identity, secures the information you transmit, and cleans the Internet tracks stored on your Mac.
WebGhost integrates key security components to keep your online activity private:
- Routes your Internet activity through anonymous public or private proxy servers to hide your online identity.
- Uses core Safari security tools to erase your activity and block ads.
- Updates public proxy settings daily to strengthen WebGhost protection.
WebGhost is now available in Apple retail stores, CompUSA, Fry's Electronics, Office Depot, Microcenter and other Mac software retailers, or online for an MSRP of $29.99. A demo is also available on the Macware website at www.macXware.com.
About Macware, Inc.
Macware® develops and publishes award winning intuitive software designed for Mac users. Headquartered in Omaha, the company is committed to the interests of creative Mac users with products available through major retailers in North America, the United Kingdom, Australia, Europe and Japan, as well as on the Internet.
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