Open Door Networks Inc., a provider of Internet security solutions, is shipping version 1.3 of its
Who’s There? Firewall Advisor for Mac OS X. The update brings Mac OS X 10.2 compatibility.
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Who’s There? Firewall Advisor enhances Mac Internet security by helping users analyze, investigate and respond to access attempts to their Mac, according to
MacTech magazine . Version 1.3 provides support for Jaguar’s new Mail application, and includes updates to the service definitions it uses to provide advice on access attempts. It continues to support the Norton Personal Firewall, Mac OS X Server, Brickhouse and any other firewall that uses Mac OS X’s built-in firewall and logging capabilities.
Who’s There? for Mac OS X upgrade is free to owners of version 1.2 of the product; for others it’s US$29. The upgrade and a demo version can be found at the Who’s There? Web site. A version of Who’s There? for Mac OS 9 is also available.