Aventail announces version 7.2 of its SSL VPN platform

July 1, 2004

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SEATTLE -- Aventail Corporation (www.aventail.com), the leading SSL VPN product company, today announced the latest version of its Anywhere Secure Access Policy (ASAP) platform, version 7.2. To ship later this month, ASAP version 7.2 advances the common platform for Aventail's family of SSL VPN appliances with further enhancements to Aventail's end-point control features and administrative functions.

"Aventail is once again raising the bar on security and overall features in the SSL VPN market with this 7.2 release," said Jeff Wolf, Vice President, Network Solutions at Calence, Inc., an Arizona-based leader in building and managing networks. "Our clients turn to us for the best security solutions, and we work with Aventail because of its commitment and performance in overall data protection, cache cleaning, authentication and other features our clients need."

Version 7.2 includes an updated version of Aventail Secure Desktop (ASD), which provides market-leading data protection for access from remote or un-trusted systems. ASD creates a virtual desktop that ensures all information viewed or created during the session is encrypted and then erased according to Department of Defense specifications.

Aventail Corp.

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