|UPEK Launches Fingerprint Sensor Software Compatible with Windows 7|
|Wednesday, 14 October 2009 00:00|
UPEK®, Inc. today announced the launch of Protector Suite 2009 software, the latest version of the award-winning fingerprint sensor software already used on millions of laptops, which now supports Windows 7. By incorporating support for the Windows Biometric Framework (WBF), Protector Suite 2009 can be used with any fingerprint sensor that is supported by the WBF. Protector Suite 2009, which also supports Windows Internet Explorer 8 and Firefox 3.5, is now available.
Protector Suite 2009 works with fingerprint sensors in computers and peripherals to protect users from identity theft and to make it easier to access personal information such as password-protected web accounts. Computer users can simply use their finger instead of memorizing and typing passwords to:
Protector Suite 2009’s newly redesigned user-friendly interface makes it easy to create, save, organize and use safe passwords on websites and to eliminate the headache of trying to keep track of passwords and not being able to login to websites.
“Protector Suite 2009 offers a richer experience and compelling new features for current owners of UPEK-enabled laptops and Eikon fingerprint readers,” said Brian DeGonia, senior manager, product marketing at UPEK. “And with support for the Windows 7 Windows Biometric Framework, owners of laptops with non-UPEK fingerprint sensors can now for the first time enjoy a richer, more convenient experience that millions of Protector Suite users have enjoyed.”
Protector Suite 2009 supports Windows 7 (32 & 64 bit), Windows Vista (32 & 64 bit), and Windows XP (32 & 64 bit) and includes support for 22 languages.
Protector Suite 2009 will also be shipping pre-installed on upcoming laptops as well as with the Eikon Digital Privacy Manager, UPEK’s USB peripheral fingerprint reader (http://www.aceperipherals.com/brands/upek).