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Karl Forster
Lockstep Systems, Inc.
Phone      +1.480.596.9432  
Fax          +1.480.596.9195 


Phoenix, Arizona USA, June 6, 2001 - - Lockstep Systems, Inc. today announced that its web site protection utility, WebAgain, has been awarded a “Best Buy” rating from SC Magazine. 

The review of WebAgain appears in the June 2001 issue, in the article entitled “Closing the Net” by Berni Dwan  Mr. Dwan states that if US Government web sites can be defaced and attacked, “we can all be hit, so we must do what we can to protect our online investments.”  WebAgain is included in a group of web security products which can be implemented to protect these online assets we have come to depend on every day.

“We are very pleased that WebAgain received this Best Buy rating from SC Magazine,” said Karl Forster, President of Lockstep Systems.“ As more web sites continue to fall victim to defacement, WebAgain’s automatic repair capabilities give corporate stakeholders assurance that their web site is available and reads as intended.”

About WebAgain

WebAgain’s patent-pending, self-healing technology monitors web sites for unauthorized changes.  It repairs defaced web sites without requiring user intervention or taking the site offline.  It accepts web page data from any web-authoring program or network folder and creates a revision archive, which allows for point-in-time restoration and escrowing.  Once a site is published to WebAgain, it publishes to multiple mirror sites, keeping all locations in sync with the master copy.  When hacks are detected, it sends the vandalized pages to the quarantine for offline inspection and republishes the original data, restoring the “web again.”  WebAgain runs under Windows NT/2000 and protects websites hosted on any platform.

About SC Magazine

SC Magazine is the largest circulation information security magazine and is read in more than 50 countries around the world.  The leading US magazine for computer security, SC Magazine is full of news, opinion, product reviews and tests plus applications and solutions articles to keep readers in touch with the latest security threats and the solutions available to remedy them. 

About Lockstep Systems, Inc.
Lockstep Systems, Inc., a privately held corporation, was founded in 1998 to develop and market e-continuity software utilities designed to ensure the integrity and continuity of electronic data for Internet presence companies.  Lockstep Systems, Inc., P.O. Box 4662, Scottsdale, Arizona (AZ) 85261 USA. Telephone +1.480.596.9432.  Web site URL: Questions and comments are welcome via e-mail addressed to “”.

Note: Lockstep Systems and WebAgain are trademarks of Lockstep Systems, Inc.  All other products mentioned are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective manufacturers.