App4Mac has released wKiosk Browser version 5 (listed on its Web site as a beta release). The software, which costs $69, is designed to work as a full-screen Web browser for Macs operating in kiosk environments, where you want to hide the rest of the operating system from view.
wKiosk Browser features tools like the ability to disable keyboard or Apple menu functions, file protection, interface style management, URL control management, a “disable download” function and more. Based on Apple’s WebKit technology, wKiosk Browser uses the same basic HTML engine as Safari uses.
System requirements call for Mac OS X v10.3 or later. wKiosk Browser is a Universal binary.