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Ceelox Offers Beta Release of Ceelox ID 7 for Personal Computers
Date:4/6/2011

TAMPA, Fla., April 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Ceelox, Inc. (OTCBB: CELO) announced today the beta release of Ceelox ID 7 PC Edition which operates on computers running the Windows 7 Operating System.    

Ceelox has redesigned their authentication approach to leverage the recent capability of Windows 7.  In Windows 7, the Windows Biometric Framework (WBF) provides support for fingerprint biometric devices through a new set of components. These components improve the quality, reliability, and consistency of the user experience for customers who have fingerprint biometric devices.

Ceelox ID PC Edition which controls local access to a user's computer and provides secure login sessions for programs such as Microsoft Outlook and other applications requiring traditional user name and password.  The authentication of a user's biometric live swipe matched locally on the computer grants access only to the registered users.  This offers increased security and restricts access to a user's applications and data on their personal computer.

"By incorporating the functionality of the Windows Biometric Framework into our design, Ceelox enables the plug-in-play mentality of interoperating with any fingerprint sensor that is compatible with the WBF.  We can now offer Ceelox ID PC Edition across multiple Microsoft platforms e.g. Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7.  This is a significant step forward for the company," states Gerry Euston, CEO, Ceelox.  

About Ceelox, Inc.

Ceelox, Inc. is a developer of biometric security and encryption software solutions for financial institutions, healthcare companies, utilities, government agencies and other organizations for whom information access are key concerns.  Its security and encryption tools are easy to deploy, simple to use, cost-effective and affordable for organizations of all sizes.  

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