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MAKI Web Filtering Tools Go Universal Binary

MAKI Web Filtering Tools Go Universal Binary

by , 8:20 AM EDT, April 18th, 2006

MAKI Enterprise announced the immediate availability of Universal Binary versions of Kids GoGoGo and KidsFilterShare on Monday. Kids GoGoGo 10.2 is a Web browser parental control application that can block Web sites, Blogs, and RSS feeds. The new version includes KidsFilterShare integration, improved filtering for iPod and PSP sites, and more. KidsFilterShare 1.1 lets you control Internet access for every computer on your network through the filtering tools in Kids GoGoGo.

KidsGoGoGo 10.2 is available for download at the MAKI Web site, and is priced at US$30. The update is free to users of version 9 or higher. Updates from earlier version cost $20.

KidsFilterShare 1.1 is available at the MAKI Web site, and starts at $40 for a two user license. The update is free to current users.

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