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Silver Key – A Tool For Secure File Transfer

Friday, April 20th, 2007

960237232-1.gifIf you want to send sensitive data over the net, you need to make sure it’s safe. With the growing threat of identity theft and frauds these days, one has to be sure and doubly sure that sensitive data are transferred safely. This is where Silver Key comes in.

Silver Key encrypts files and produces self-extracting encrypted files, which can be sent safely over the Internet. The good thing about this software is that no crypto software needs to be installed on the receiving side, so it’s real easy to use. Silver Key supports Windows drag-and-drop and can compress data before encryption. Another cool feature is the Integrated file shredder which is included in this application.

Silver Key supports automated batch processing and it is ideally suitable for corporate usage.The publisher claims that, “ if you want to protect your data according to the HIPAA privacy regulations, our software lets you easily incorporate HIPAA-compliant encryption. Silver Key is the silver bullet for secure file transfer. It is a single-click solution if you want it simple, and offers a rich set of features when you want more power”.

Is this really true? You’ll be the judge of that, you can try out Silver Key for 30 days before making any financial commitment.

Go to to check it out!

Webcam Surveyor: Cool Software For Video Monitoring

Friday, April 20th, 2007

1112049849-1.jpgIn need of a cool video software with video surveillance and capture tools? You need to check out Webcam Surveyor

Webcam Surveyor is complete software that combines video surveillance and video capture tools. The good thing about Webcam Surveyor is that you can use it to record all video activity. It can also work as a motion detector. As a motion detector program alerts are triggered by events e.g. an email can be sent or images uploaded to FTP site when motion is detected, making remote observation real easy.

One real cool thing about this software is that the built-in file browser allows to you to easily organize captured images and video clips.

The latest version which was just recently released has these changes:

  • Added: Support for DivX® 6.5.1 Codec
  • Support for ACDV 2.0.1 Codec
  • Optimized- Motion Detection
  • Updated- Documentation
  • Fixed – Minor Bugs

Want to check it out? Visit


Friday, April 20th, 2007

1046041195-1.gifIf you need something to keep your info in so that you can find it easily when needed, you should consider using NotesHolder.

NotesHolder lets you quickly type in any piece of information so that you can easily find it when you need, read it or print it out for your convenience. Using NotesHolder provides you with a very effective way to store all your notes without cluttering up your desk with PostIt and sticky notes. The cool thing about this tool is that when you compare it to other similar applications, you will discover that NotesHolder is very thrifty with your screen space.

The latest version which was just released on April 10 has these changes:

  • The Windows Vista support has been improved a little
  • Dutch and Ukrainian language files has been updated
  • Access Violation error on multi-monitor systems has been fixed
  • Some other minor bugs have been fixed.

Want to check it out? Go to

Hackers are trying to cash in on the Virginia Tech university tragedy

Thursday, April 19th, 2007

virus-rh.gifHackers have begun cashing in on the Virginia Tech university tragedy by spamming out malware-infected emails purporting to offer cameraphone footage of the attack which resulted in more than 30 deaths.

Email messages carry a photograph of gunman Cho Seung Hui and claim to link to a Brazilian movie website carrying footage of the campus shootings. But clicking on the link downloads a malicious screensaver file which installs a banking spyware Trojan. (more…)

Microsoft will offer $3 Windows packages for developing countries

Thursday, April 19th, 2007

microsoft.gifMicrosoft plans to offer a $3 stripped-down package of Windows, Office and other software to people in developing countries.

The Microsoft Unlimited Potential programme, due to be announced in Beijing today by Microsoft chairman Bill Gates, is part of an ongoing global expansion by the software giant. Microsoft aims to double the number of PC users worldwide to two billion by 2015. (more…)

eBay to buy StumbleUpon?

Wednesday, April 18th, 2007

su.gifHigh-flying startup StumbleUpon has been rumored to be in acquisition discussions since at least last November. Recently we’ve heard that talks have heated up again, with Google, AOL and eBay as potential suitors. A source with knowledge of the deal now says the company has signed a term sheet with eBay to be acquired. The price is somewhere between $40 – $45 million.

StumbleUpon lets users rate websites via a browser toolbar. At any time a user can click “Stumble!” and will be taken to a website highly rated by other StumbleUpon users who tend to vote in a similar way as the person “stumbling.” More often than not, it’s something almost serendipitously interesting to the reader. The company expanded into video referrals in late 2006. (more…)

Rainlendar Lite – free and feature rich calendar application

Wednesday, April 18th, 2007

970572945-1.pngCheck out this free and feature rich calendar application.

Rainlendar is a feature rich calendar application that is easy to use and doesn’t take much space on your desktop. The great thing about the application is that it is platform independent so you can run it both on Windows and on Linux.

You’ll love the fact that the appearance can be customized with skins and you can even mix different skins together to reflect your taste or preference.

One really cool thing about Rainlendar is that, all the coming events are shown in a separate list where you can see the week’s events at one glance. You can decide how many days in advance you want to see in the list. Different events can have a different appearance in the list so you can easily spot the important events from the others. The icons in the calendar are also available in the event list and other windows to make it easier to separate the events.

The latest version, Rainlendar Lite for Windows 2.1 Build 38, has these changes:


  • Weekly recurring events were sometimes shown in incorrect day
  • Start time for Outlook tasks wasn’t read correctly
  • Due time was shown incorrectly for Outlook Tasks
  • All buttons were missing from ini-format skins.

Want to check it out? Go to

Alarm++ – A Great Tool For Your Reminder And Scheduling Needs

Tuesday, April 17th, 2007

973495742-1mini.gifNeed a tool for your reminder and scheduling needs? You need to check out Alarm++.

Alarm++ solves your reminder and scheduling needs. With this tool, you can create multiple alarms which can repeat at various intervals, from simple to complex, from one to forever or until a specific date. It is powerful, flexible, and most of all stable.  With Alarm++ you don’t need to think about your schedule any longer as you can rest assured that the alarms won’t disappoint you.

The major change in the latest version, Alarm++ 7.05 is that it now saves the alarm file after shutting down Windows when an event window is open.

Still not sure if Alarm++ is for you? Check out what it can do for you:

  • Remind you of meetings, birthdays, or deadlines
  • Wake up to your favorite mp3 files, videos, or cds
  • Visit your favorite web sites every morning
  • Send e-mail to a phone or pager and remind anyone anywhere
  • Send messages over the network to remind others
  • Check your stocks weekly
  • Run scripts and batch files to perform complex tasks
  • Send e-mail reminders to anyone
  • Use animated characters for speech and gestures

And much more…

Check out for more info and trial download.

P2Wiz – Free But Cool Block Lists Downloader

Tuesday, April 17th, 2007

1175749239-1.gifIf you are looking for a free but cool block lists downloader, you should check out P2Wiz.

P2Wiz is p2p block lists downloader which supports PeerGuardian (PhoenixLabs) block lists, OpenMedia block lists and BlueTack block lists. It is worthy of note that P2Wiz is not an ip blocker but a block lists downloader so before complaining about this tool not doing what you want it to do, make sure you get things right. P2Wiz only downloads block lists.

The latest version fast becoming popular these days has these changes:

  • PeerGuardian menu
  • Duplicated gov lists from PG (from PhoenixLabs)
  • List Items to more explanatory names
  • BlueTack block lists support
  • Shortcuts to block lists menu
  • Different directory for each categories of block lists
  • Window and Columns is now resizable and bigger font
  • Description panel, can be disabled in config file

Want to check it out? Go to

Atrise Golden Section – A Cool Tool

Monday, April 16th, 2007

1036693327-1.gifHere is a software worth checking out, Atrise Golden Section 2.1.0

Atrise Golden Section is an adjustable transparent screen grid for the web, graphic and UI design. It allows you to control and correct the sizes and proportions in your design project using the golden section proportion.

Atrise Golden Section is a unique design tool for artists, designers, programmers, photographers that will help you see harmonious dimensions and forms. It will assist you in creating elegant items, while staying away from calculators and numbers.

All you have to do is simply launch the program, adjust the dimensions for your design and create!

Atrise Golden Section 2.1.0, the latest version in the market has these changes:

§ Performance improvement. Now resizing is clean § New Windows Vista-compatible icon § Minor user interface changes § Bug fix: Windows Vista Aero-compatible § Bug fix: Aspect ratio unlock mode is now controllable from settings window § Bug fix: Cursor-related changes

Want to try it? Go to for more info and trial download.

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