KioWare Kiosk Basic provides vital lockdown security for browser-based applications, restricting users from accessing the OS (Windows) and desktop, and allowing customization to limit Internet access. Additionally, KioWare Kiosk Basic provides support for second monitors, external and input devices, and user phone dialing. Specific KioWare Kiosk Basic features include: Lockdown browser, desktop and OS (Windows); Keyboard filtering; Domain/page blocking; Navigation toolbar; Pop-up blocking; Virtual keyboard; Attract screen generation; Clearing of cookies, cache, and print queue at session end; Application resetting; Can run the OS as a shell; Remote configuration using XML; Handles mechanisms to place outgoing phone calls; External device support (security mats, proximity switches); Input device support (MSR, barcode readers); Multiple monitor support (up to 10).
What is new in this release:
Version 7.3.0 of KioWare for Windows has also added significant new external device support to increase the capabilities of kiosks running KioWare. KioWare for Windows (Basic & Full) now supports devices on the ChipDNA platform by Creditcall . Through ChipDNA, Creditcall provides EMV-ready devices for both attended and unattended payments. These devices are EMV compliant and remove the need for implementers to go through the complex EMV certification process. Additional external devices now supported by KioWare for Windows (Basic & Full) include ARCA Envoy-based Bill Dispensers (for example, the Fujitsu F53) and any forthcoming Envoy-based devices. New to this version is support for the ScanShell 800R which allows driver's licenses to be scanned and form fields populated with the data.
.NET Framework 2.0/MDAC 2.6