Centurion Technologies has released
MacShield Universal, a Universal binary version of their security software for Mac OS X. It costs $69 for a single user license.
Designed for use in enterprise work environments, MacShield prevents changes to Mac hard drives and configurations. It preserves settings like desktop themes, colors and appearances — systems can be restored simply be rebooting them. You can permanently save user profiles, documents, e-mail and other information in a “Persistent Storage” location, however. The software can also be controlled and deployed using Apple Remote Desktop (ARD).
First introduced in 2005, MacShield is now available as a Universal binary that offers support for Intel and PowerPC-based Macs. The developer notes that MacShield Universal can work in conjunction with Intel Macs that have been equipped with Apple’s Boot Camp software, or Parallels Desktop for Mac.
System requirements call for Mac OS X v10.3 or later.