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Net Nanny Parental Control software is now able to protect both Windows and Mac users.

The number of Mac users is on the increase, but until now, there has been not been an Apple compatible solution to the problem of filtering out unwanted internet content, so Avanquest Solutions is pleased to introduce Net Nanny Mac to their portfolio of software solutions ………

With Net Nanny for Mac, users can protect their computers and safeguard their children from unwanted Internet content. Net Nanny for Mac establishes a barrier around your computer with its predefined categories, but also allows users to create their own custom categories, offering a level of protection that is unmatched.

"Use of Macs has risen 51 percent in the last year, creating an even greater demand to protect Mac users and their families from harmful and unwanted Internet content," said Chris Thompson, Managing Director of Avanquest Solutions. "Mac users can expect the same level of quality protection, customer service and Internet filtering that has become synonymous with Net Nanny, which has made it the most-trusted brand and top-rated technology for client-based Internet filters on the market."

Net Nanny for Mac enhances and complements the existing parental controls already found in Mac OS X Leopard, but provides a further lever of protection. Net Nanny for Mac is also compatible with earlier versions of the Mac operating system.

Here are a few reasons why Net Nanny is far superior to Apple's parental controls in Leopard.

• Blocks Specific Protocols like Streaming Video or Peer-to-Peer.
• Regularly Updated Filters.
• Anti-Predator Mode in Chat Sessions

Net Nanny Mac costs £29.99. It will be available from Apple software distributors and resellers.

Notes to Editors:

The ‘official’ launch of Net Nanny Mac and other solutions for the Mac environment will take place at Avanquest’s 2008 Expo, which is being held at the Williams F1 Conference Centre on 14th October. Members of the press are invited to attend. Find out about our new range of software, enjoy a complimentary tour of the Williams F1 museum (not open to the general public) and test your skills as an F1 driver on the real car simulator. Registration is at

Net Nanny Mac is available for review. If any publication would like to run a special reader launch offer, please get in touch with Alison Hall at Avanquest to discuss.

A full comparison table of the two types of parental control systems and a selection of images can be downloaded at

Press Information:

Alison Hall
Tel: 01752 241464
Mobile: 07500 012122

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