Start-up InZero Systems Tuesday makes its debut with a security service that
promises to protect PCs from possible malware, intrusions and other types of
attacks.

The InZero Secure PC service features what the company calls a "little black
box" that, when plugged into a PC and attached to Ethernet cable, offers a "hardware
sandbox" with its own CPU, read-only memory and stateful inspection firewall and
encryption engine. The device protects the PC from Internet threats without
relying on the more traditional antivirus scanning model. There’s also a version
of the hardware that would fit inside a PC. The InZero Secure PC device, which
externally measures about 3" x 4" x 1", also acts as a gateway that can prevent
malicious code from being sent out as well through what he calls a filtering and
conversion-engine mechanism.

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