Software company Stac has revised its Reach-Out product to make it available on the Internet.
Developers at Stac have revised the product to make it TCP/IP-based, said Anita Habeich, senior product manager at the company.
The product now supports Windows NT 4.0 security as well as other Microsoft platforms including Dos, Windows 95 and Windows 3.x, said Habeich.
Reach-Out is available as an ActiveX control and for Netscape as a plug-in, Habeich said.
She said that software developers at the firm had re-engineered the product to provide access to local Internet service providers following encryption rules for both Microsoft and Netscape products.
It costs #149 but an upgrade is available for existing users while a shareware version is downloadable from its Web site at http://www.stac.com/
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