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Parallels and equinux Partner for IPsec VPN

Parallels and equinux Partner for IPsec VPN

by , 4:10 PM EST, January 21st, 2008

Parallels and equinux announced at Macworld that they have partnered to allow business professionals with Parallels Desktop for Mac to securely connect to their remote networks using VPN Tracker 5, equinux's IPsec-based VPN client.

The result is that users with the Parallels VM can now easily integrate with the equinux VPN Tracker 5.

"It's no longer an issue for business users to go from Windows to Mac OS X," said equinux CEO, Till Schadde. "Basically, every Windows application that can be used with Parallels Desktop for Mac can access a highly encrypted VPN Tunnel under Mac OS X provided by VPN Tracker 5."

VPN Tracker 5 securely connects a Mac with remote networks to easily access files, servers and e-mails. VPN Tracker was completely rebuilt from ground up in Cocoa to ensure the best user experience and highest security.

Parallels software is used by more than 700,000 customers in 125 countries.

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