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Secure Computing Disputes Finjan Software Patent Infringement Claim
[June 07, 2006]

Secure Computing Disputes Finjan Software Patent Infringement Claim

SAN JOSE, Calif. --(Business Wire)-- June 7, 2006 -- Secure Computing Corporation (NASDAQ:SCUR), the experts in securing connections between people, applications and networks(TM) today announced that it disputes the patent infringement claims alleged by Finjan Software, Ltd. and will vigorously defend its intellectual property while it continues to operate its business as usual with no impact to partners and customers.

"Secure Computing takes the intellectual property rights of others very seriously," said John McNulty, president, CEO and chairman of Secure Computing. "Secure Computing believes that its products have been developed with its own proprietary technology."

About Secure Computing:

Secure Computing (NASDAQ:SCUR) has been securing the connections between people and information for over 20 years. Specializing in delivering the world's strongest security appliances/firewalls, identity and access management solutions, content management and filtering solutions, Secure Computing is uniquely qualified to be the global security solutions provider to organizations of all sizes. Our more than 17,000 global customers, supported by a worldwide network of partners, include the majority of the Dow Jones Global 50 Titans and the most prominent organizations in banking, financial services, healthcare, telecommunications, manufacturing, public utilities, education and national and local governments. The company is headquartered in San Jose, Calif., and has offices worldwide. For more information, see

This press release contains forward-looking statements relating to Secure Computing's ability to operate its business while the patent infringement claim against it is pending, and such statements involve a number of risks and uncertainties. Among the important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those indicated by such forward-looking statements are delays in product development, undetected software errors or bugs, competitive pressures, technical difficulties, changes in customer requirements, general economic conditions and the risk factors detailed from time to time in Secure Computing's periodic reports and registration statements filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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