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PointSec now available for Sony Ericsson P800 / P900
Posted on 3-Nov-2003 23:37 | Filed under: News



Pointsec Mobile Technologies released a new version of its Pointsec software. The company already offers security solutions for Windows-based computers, Windows Mobile Pocket PC and Palm OS. With Pointsec for Symbian OS, the company is now covering most mobile computing platforms.

Using on-the fly, user-transparent encryption, Pointsec for Symbian OS automatically encrypts all files before they are stored on a device and automatically decrypts the files again when they are opened, without any need for user intervention.

Pointsec for Symbian OS protects all information on the mobile device, including graphics, SMS and e-mail messages, Word and Adobe Acrobat documents as well as PowerPoint presentations. It also protects information stored on memory cards.


More information: http://www.pointsec.com...







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