Keep Your System Safe From Unauthorized Eyes With the New Watchman 7.3

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Anfibia Software announces the release of Watchman 7.3, a security tool for all kinds of users.

Anfibia Software announces the release of Watchman 7.3, a security tool for all kinds of users.

Keep your system safe from unauthorized eyes! Watchman is very easy to use and provides you with multiple options to protect your system from intrusive users.

Watchman restricts access to programs and resources easily, keeps an eye on your files, and monitors application usage.

Version 7.3 of this award-winning product introduces full Windows Vista support, the ability to password protect nearly any resource, new profiles and much more.

Watchman Features:

  • Password protection of applications and resources: windows, settings, options, dialogs, files, shortcuts...
  • Stops unwanted applications
  • Stops software installation, chat clients, p2p, torrent, emule...
  • Protects system and program settings
  • Protects documents from tampering
  • Monitors application usage
  • Sends critical information by e-mail
  • Keeps your system secured the way you like

And much more.

Install and forget about it! Watchman runs silently in the background, keeping your system safe from unauthorized eyes at all times. Watchman provides you with infinite possibilities but is very easy to use.

Available for Windows 98/ME/2000/2003/XP/Vista
For additional information (or sample, copy or demo), contact: juan.rodriguez @

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Product sheet:

Single license costs 39.00 (USD) / 25.00 (EUR). Volume discounts available. Contact us for quotations.

About Anfibia Software

We develop high-quality security software for individuals, businesses and institutions worldwide since 2000. Our award-winning products are both robust and accessible. Creative solutions that are easy to use yet powerful enough for most demanding needs. Thank you for using our software!

Juan Rodriguez
Anfibia Software


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