Open Door Networks, a provider of Internet security solutions for the Mac, is shipping version 1.1.1 of its Who’s There? Firewall Advisor for Mac OS 8 and 9.
Who’s There? Firewall Advisor is designed to enhance Mac Internet security by helping users analyze, investigate and respond to access attempts to their Mac. Who’s There? Version 1.1.1, a free upgrade, brings the Mac OS 8/9 version up to date with the Mac OS X version (1.1).
Who’s There? Firewall Advisor supports Open Door’s DoorStop firewall, Symantec’s Norton Personal Firewall, Sustainable Softworks IPNetSentry and any other firewall that uses the Mac-standard WebSTAR log format, according to MacTech magazine.
It adds a column indicating whether an e-mail has been sent in response to a particular access attempt. There’s support for new top-level domain names like .biz and .info. Who’s There? Firewall Advisor 1.1.1 adds updated information and advice about particular attacks.
The free 1.1.1 upgrade, a free evaluation version and additional details are available directly from the Who’s There? Web site. Who’s There? Can also be purchased from the site, for US$39.