eKiosk 1.1, an Internet kiosk, is available from AppMac (a team of three French Mac developers) for Mac OS 8.5 to 9.x. A Mac OS X version is in the works.
eKiosk is a tool to protect Macs from “users in public spaces (school, cyberspace),” according to the gang at AppMac. You can use it to control the look and functions of Internet Explorer, block access to the Finder, block CD-ROM usage, and hide the Menu bar. You can delete all downloading files.
eKiosk 1.1 allows the automatic deleting of the cache and browser history. You can import and export preferences and implement the protection of preferences by password. eKiosk is very useful for network administrators, AppMac says.
eKiosk costs US$99. However, you can
download a free trial version
at the AppMac Web site.