August 26, 2009 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] Austin, TX - Intego, the Macintosh security specialist, today announced that all of its software is fully compatible with Mac OS X 10.6, Snow Leopard, the forthcoming version of Apple's operating system. Snow Leopard will be released on August 28, and Intego's software is already compatible with the new operating system.
"We're very happy to see Snow Leopard released, and Mac users will be too," said Laurent Marteau, CEO, Intego. "We have updated our software to make sure that, as soon as Snow Leopard is released, our users will be able to protect their Macs and remain safe from the dangers of the Internet. As always, our software is compatible with the latest version of Mac OS X on the day of its release."
The following versions of Intego's programs - single versions or part of Dual Protection or Internet Security Barrier bundles - are fully compatible with Snow Leopard:
* NetBarrier X5, 10.5.4
* VirusBarrier X5, 10.5.9
* Personal Backup X5, 10.5.6
* ContentBarrier X5, 10.5.5
* Personal Antispam X5, 10.5.3
* FileGuard X5, 10.5.2
* VirusBarrier Server and VirusBarrier Mail Gateway, 10.5.9
Intego NetUpdate, provided with all Intego programs, will allow eligible users to update their software for free; all Intego programs updated for Snow Leopard will be available for download on or before Friday, August 28. All users need to do is run NetUpdate and download and install the latest versions of their Intego software, and they'll be ready to use Snow Leopard. We recommend that users update their Intego software before installing or upgrading to Snow Leopard to ensure full compatibility.
Intego develops and sells desktop Internet security and privacy software for Macintosh. Intego provides the widest range of software to protect users and their Macs from the dangers of the Internet. Intego's multilingual software and support repeatedly receives awards from Mac magazines, and protects more than one million users in over 60 countries. Intego has headquarters in the USA, France and Japan.