Sunbelt Finishes Kerio Firewall acquisition



Sunbelt Software has announced the completion of their acquisition of the Kerio Personal Firewall. They’ve also acquired the Kerio Server Firewall. The products have temporarily been rebranded…

We have acquired both the Kerio Personal Firewall and the Kerio Server Firewall. Both products will be re-branded on an interim basis as the “Sunbelt Kerio Personal Firewall” and “Sunbelt Kerio ServerFirewall”.


other details…

Existing customers of the paid versions will receive full technical support through Sunbelt, with the additional enhancement of access to Sunbelt’s toll-free support. Yup. Toll free support, right here in the US of A.

We are also maintaining Kerio’s product support forums for both products, with full transition of the forums to Sunbelt servers expected by January. Forum link here.

We are continuing Kerio’s tradition of offering a free home version.

We will be launching a new version of the Kerio Server Firewall in the first quarter of next year, at a competitive price point.

And here’s the really good news: We are dropping the price on both products. Plus, we’re giving 25% off on the Kerio Personal Firewall product through the end of March.

Of course, sometime back Kerio had announced the firewall would be discontinued, but it’s good to see sunbelt stepping in and keeping a good free personal firewall for home users afloat. What’s really promising about it though is the enthusiasm that there seems to be at Sunbelt for this acquisition. It’s good to see it acquired by someone that is really a fan of the product.

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