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Posted Jul 22, 2003

Pervasive.SQL Database Updated to Enhance Security of Mission-critical Data

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From Pervasive Software Inc. ]

AUSTIN, TEXAS-July 22, 2003 -- Pervasive Software. Inc. (Nasdaq:PVSW), a leading provider of data management solutions powering the success of application developers worldwide, today announced the availability of the beta version of Pervasive.SQL™ V8 Security, incorporating various security-related enhancements. This updated version of the high-performance, embeddable database engine, Pervasive.SQL, will deliver a unified security model protecting critical data across all Pervasive.SQL access interfaces down to the operating system (OS). This release also includes enhanced encryption of data as it travels through the network. General availability of this technology is expected later this calendar year, and this will be a paid upgrade for those who have not purchased Pervasive.SQL V8.

The article continues at http://www.pervasive.com/company/press/releases_show.asp?cid=443



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