ViaCrypt has introduced ViaCrypt PGP/PE (Personal Edition) Version 4.0, an updated, easier-to-use version intended to replace its current ViaCrypt Version 2.7.1 message and file privacy software product. ViaCrypt has also announced a new edition of its software with specialized features that specifically address the needs of business users—ViaCrypt PGP/BE (Business Edition) Version 4.0. Both new versions are compatible with all existing PGP versions. Price: ViaCrypt PGP/PE, $129.00 for a single-user license and $390.00 for a five-user license; ViaCrypt PGP/BE, $149.00 for a single-user license and $450.00 for a five-user license.
Contact: ViaCrypt, 9033 N. 24th Avenue, Suite 7, Phoenix, AZ 85021-2847. Phone: 602-944-0773. Fax: 602-943-2601. URL: www.viacrypt.com.
ParaSoft Corporation, developer of high technology tools for software development, has announced Insure++ V3.0, a new version of ParaSoft's automatic, run-time error detection environment. Version 3.0 enhancements include support for Linux, new thread support, new object coverage analysis, new support for pre-compiled headers, leaks detected by simply linking, reduced memory usage, increased speed, increased ability to detect errors, and dynamic and static linking. Price: $1,995.00 for a single machine license.
KL Group Inc. has announced that all its XRT widgets, XRT/3d, XRT/field, XRT/graph and XRT/table, are available for the Linux operating system. This move enables developers using Linux to include the XRT family of widgets in their applications. XRT widgets for Linux are about half the standard Unix prices. There are no royalty or run-time fees for distributing end-user applications built with XRT products. Price: $995.00 XRT/graph; $1245.00 XRT/3d; $745.00 XRT/table; $495.00 XRT/field.
Moonlite Information Services has announced its 10 Out Of 1 software, a complete X11-based office software for Linux. 10 Out Of 1 includes a GUI library, a window manager, Littera (a word processor), Anaconda (a spreadsheet application with 2-D and 3-D graphics), Sophia (a database application), many desktop utilities, and the tools needed to develop your own 10 Out Of 1 compliant software. Price: $699.00 commercially, $299.00 for students, educational and research organizations.
Contact: Moonlite Information Services, Steinmatten 2, 79194 Gundelfinden, Germany. Phone: +49 171 3675843.
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