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KeyScrambler Personal – protects all your inputs against known and unknown keyloggers

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Recommended by  PC World as one of the “15 Great, Free Privacy Downloads,” KeyScrambler Personal 2.6.0, a browser add-on, protects all your inputs against known and unknown keyloggers in  IE, Firefox, and Flock: your login credentials, credit card numbers, passwords, search terms, Java, Flash, PDF Forms, web email, and more. Absolutely Free!

Source:  QFX Software

Popularity: 3% [?]

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Jotti’s malware scan – using several anti-virus programs

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Jotti’s malware scan is a free online service that enables you to scan suspicious files with several anti-virus programs. Scanners used are Linux versions; detection differences with Windows versions of the same scanners may occur due to implementation differences. There is a 15MB limit per file. Keep in mind that no security solution offers 100% protection, not even when it uses several anti-virus engines (for example, this scan service).

Files uploaded here are shared with anti-virus companies so detection accuracy of their anti-virus products can be improved. Read more about this in our privacy policy. If you do not want your files to be distributed, please do not send them at all.

Source:   Jotti

Popularity: 9% [?]

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ScreenJelly – Record your screen and share with friends

screenjelly  ScreenJelly – Record your screen and share with friends

Screenjelly records your screen activity with your voice so you can spread it via Twitter or email.  Use it to quickly share cool apps or software tips, report a bug, or just show stuff you like.  To start recording, click on the red button. No need to install or download anything!

Source:  Screen Jelly

Popularity: 6% [?]

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Digital TV receiver that lets you watch ISDB-T digital TV on your PC

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Watch ISDB-T on your computer! This amazing USB Dongle contains a digital TV receiver that lets you watch ISDB-T digital TV on your desktop PC, laptop, notebook, or netbook. Included is bundled evaluation software that even lets you record the programs you want watch again later. So for roughly the price of a movie and popcorn you can transform your computer into a digital TV set and DVR. The future is indeed here and it’s the CVMK-K47!

For months you’ve asked for it, finally here it is. This incredible USB accessory is definitely the world’s most amazing computer upgrade. Simply insert this ISDB-T dongle into an available USB port and then install the DVR software (it comes with an evaluation copy of Blaze, but there are even better open-source software solutions on the web). The software auto detects your ISDB-T region and automatically scans all available digital TV channels and adds them to your channel list. Then you can channel surf just like you do with traditional TV. See something you want to save? Record the program immediately or schedule a future recording. It’s like TiVo but it’s much less expensive and there are no monthly fees!

Sit back and relax. Watch your favorite programs right on your desktop, laptop, notebook or netbook computer. Watch movies, shows, documentaries, news, sports – it’s all yours! This ISDB-T dongle is an especially great toy for those who like to multitask. You can now watch TV while you work. All on the same screen!

The CVMK-K47 contains a digital TV receiver for processing ISDB-T MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 encoded signals found in the following regions: Japan, Brazil, Peru, Argentina, Chile, Venezuela, and Ecuador. What’s more, since you’ll be using the dongle style receiver for your desktop PC, laptop, notebook or netbook, all your favorite programs are saved directly to your hard drive for easy access anytime. How much programming you can save is limited only by the size of your hard drive!

Be Smart – Add to Cart! Be a good son and buy one for your parents right away and get another one for your own family. Then order twenty more to resell to your online customers. Another innovative digital TV product from the online leader in direct from China wholesale electronics – Chinavasion.

At a Glance…

* Plug and play digital TV receiver
* Watch and record free ISDB-T
* Powerful ISDB-T magnetic antenna included
* Great TiVo alternative
* Affordably priced digital TV

Source:  ChinaVasion

Popularity: 27% [?]

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40+ awesome free Windows apps you can download in 2 seconds

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Desktop/Shell Enhancements

Launchy (408Kb) – Hotkeys FTW! Launchy does more than hotkeys, of course, but even if you add a bucketload of plugins it’s still under 1Mb.

Open++ (114Kb) – Helps you tweak your context menu six ways from Sunday. Pair it with another app like NirCmd for a nice one-two punch.

ViGlance (198Kb) – Want Windows 7’s iconized taskbar in XP or Vista? ViGlance pulls it off in just under 200Kb. It also swaps the start button for the orb (on XP, of course) and does program grouping and pop-up window lists.

VirtuaWin (385Kb) – Most Linux distributions enable multiple virtual desktops by default. Windows doesn’t support them out of the box – so you’ll need an app like VirtuaWin. It’s a good way to keep your workspace organized.

XNeat (797Kb) – No need to bother with separate apps to shuffle your taskbar icons, roll up windows, or add transparency. XNeat does it all in a single, tiny package. Also allows you to hide windows, minimize to tray, create keyboard shortcuts, and a whole lot more.

Encryption

DiskCryptor (740Kb) – One thing TrueCrypt can do that OmZiff can’t is encrypt volumes. DiskCryptor can do it, too, and it’s well under the 1Mb mark

LockNote (320Kb) – If the only thing you really want to encrypt are some private thoughts and notes, Steganos’ GPL LockNote is a good choice.

OmZiff (408Kb) – Protecting sensitive data with encryption is never a bad idea. While OmZiff doesn’t have the massive featureset of TrueCrypt, it’s one-tenth the size and provides all the essential functions and includes a file shredder and password generator.

File Tools

7-Zip (919Kb) – Sure, 7-zip’s main application window is ugly, but who uses it? All the archiving and extracting power you need is just a right-click away.

Everything (334Kb) – A great desktop search tool, Everything indexes your drive contents quicky and supports find-as-you-type. There’s a portable version available as well, and it’s even smaller.

FastCopy (194Kb) – Both FastCopy and TeraCopy are great, free apps that make copying and moving large amounts of data easier. For me, FastCopy wins because it’s free for commercial use, Open Source, and about one quarter the size of TeraCopy.

Fling (230Kb) – Those cheap hard drives make an excellent place to back up and archive your files. Fling not only handles drive-to-drive sync, but it also plays well with FTP servers and USB flash drives. It’s one of my favorite discoveries this year.

QDir (439Kb) – If you can get used to the multi-pane crazines, QDir is an awesome tool for manually managing your files and folders.

Space Sniffer (863Kb) – CCleaner does a great job of removing crap from your system, but sometimes you need to dig a little deeper. Space Sniffer helps you locate unwanted space hogs graphically.

Suction (180Kb) – One great way to keep mess to a minimum on your system is to consolidate similar directories – that’s exactly what Suction does. It’s portable, too!

WinCD Emu (783Kb) – Daemon Tools and Virtual CloneDrive are more well-known programs for mounting ISO images as virtual optical drives in Windows, but WinCD Emu provides almost the same functionality in a smaller package. It handles ISO, IMG, CUE, BIN, and RAW files.

Internet and Networking

Ammyy Admin (548Kb) – While it lacks TeamViewer’s speed and bonus features, Ammyy still provides firewall-friendly remote control. There are no ports to open, and if trust is an issue you can run your own Ammyy router (85Kb) instead of using theirs.

GMail Notifier Plus (985Kb) – With kicked-up support for Windows 7’s jumplists, this is a useful, sexy helper app for anyone with a GMail account.

Hamachi (989Kb) – Even though it’s about 50% bigger than it used to be, Hamachi is still pretty dang small – and very useful. Its zero-config VPN makes remote access to your systems a breeze.

HydraIRC (949Kb) – The installer pushes HydraIRC over 1MB, but the portable version squeaks in under the wire. Features a tabbed interface, skin support, DCC chat and transfers, channel monitoring, and loads more.

iFTP (838Kb) – I love the second line from the developer’s site: ” I originally wrote i.Ftp to be the first freeware graphical client for BeOS, but someone beat me to it by a few days and well nobody notices who comes 2nd.” That might be true, but he still put together a very capable FTP client with SFTP support.

NewsSifter (262Kb) – An intelligent RSS feed reader that analyzes new items based on content and sorts them into categories that you create.

Putty (444Kb) – Classic SSH/terminal client. ‘Nuf said.

uTorrent (270Kb) – I’ve been using uTorrent as long as I’ve been downloading torrent files. It’s got all the features I need in a client (and more) and it’s well under the 1Mb mark even if you add the WebUI zip file. Sure, there are other options, but uTorrent takes it easy on my system resources and just gets the job done.

Wakoopa (309Kb) – A fun (and informative) social app, Wakoopa tracks your application usage and lets you see what programs other users are running. It’s a great way to discover apps you may not have tried before.

Multimedia

Evil Player (537Kb) – A lightweight, minimal audio player, Evil Player support all the major formats and streams Icecast and Shoutcast (which can be recorded as well).

Fotografix (370Kb) – This little gem has generated quite a bit of buzz since I first wrote it up. It’s an excellent lightweight Photoshop alternative, with features like layers, masks, filters, scripts, and editable type. If the developer’s site is down, grab the file from Rapidspread.

Greenshot (160Kb) – An open source screen capture tool, Greenshot supports full screen, window, and selection captures, saving to multiple image formats, and annotations. Both a portable version and installer (404Kb) are available.

iDump (197Kb) – Need a free, portable app to backup the contents of an iPod? iDump is a good tool for the job, and it downloads in a flash – even on dial-up.

NCH Express Burn (390Kb) – ImgBurn is my default Windows burning application, but Express Burn sports a lot of the same features and packs them into a much smaller package.

VideoCacheView (65Kb) – It’s hard to pick a single NirSoft app to list, because so many of Nir’s utilities are under 1Mb and they’re all handy. This one scours your browsers’ cache files for FLVs and SWFs and allows you to save them for offline viewing.

Office and Productivity

ArsClip (986Kb) – A better clipboard manager with tons of configuration options and features. It’s packaged as a zip and totally portable.

CintaNotes (365Kb) – drop it on your Flash drive, and CintaNotes provides an excellent way to collect snippets, links, and any other text data. It supports tagging and search-as-you-type.

Converber (253Kb) – Its unit-conversion super powers are tought to beat. You might not use Converber often, but it’s small enough to keep around just in case.

KA TypeIn (920Kb) – A fantastic little app that lets you easily create and reuse text snippets. You can get advanced with it as well since it supports variables. Also does autocompletion.

List² (32kb) – You certainly don’t need Excel to create very basic spreadsheet-style lists. This app is more than capable, and it takes up about as much space on your drive as the first page of Excel’s help file.

TinyPDF (586Kb) – Just north of half a meg, and able to create good quality PDFs from any application via file > print. No longer freeware, but you can grab the last free installer from Freeware Files.

TinySpell (590kb) – Not all our favorite apps include a spellchecker. TinySpell fills the gaps and boasts a 110,00 word dictionary.

WinWorkBar (593Kb) – A productivity-boosting calendar and todo list / GTD application rolled into a sidebar (that can be set to autohide).

Utilities and Maintenance

CCleaner (979Kb) – One of the best file and registry cleanup tools around, and the portable version still still weighs in under 1Mb.

FileHippo Update Checker (154Kb) – FileHippo is a great place to download popular free applications. It’s not cluttered with deceptive ads and the site is well-organized. The Updater is a smart way to keep your installers up-to-date.

HijackThis (793Kb) – A must-have for malware cleanup. I don’t recommend HJT to casual users, but if you’re a DIY-er with a good idea what should and shouldn’t be in your registry, it belongs in your toolkit.

Magical Jellybean Keyfinder (367Kb) – Before you reformat your system it’s a good idea to back up the product keys for your installed programs. Jellybean is a free, Open Source app that quickly digs up your keys and saves them to a TXT or CSV file.

NirCmd (86Kb) – I tried, but deep down I knew I couldn’t get through this list without a second NirSoft app. NirCmd packs a ton of command-line Kung Fu in a single download.

Process Lasso (544Kb) – Gives you better control over the processes running on your system. If you’re typically using loads of applications at once, Process Lasso can help keep your system running smoothly. Tweak things manually, or let ProBalance do the work for you.

UltraDefrag (374Kb) – A good defrag tool helps keep your hard drive running like clockwork. Under half a meg and open source, UltraDefrag even comes in 64-bit flavors and there’s a micro build (as if 374Kb wasn’t small enough already).

Unlocker (252Kb) – I hate trying to delete a file only to have Windows notify me that I can’t because the file is in use. Unlocker provides a simple remedy to that problem.

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Put your data in the cloud with Pogoplug

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Share Everything

The Pogoplug connects your USB drive to the Internet so you can easily share and access your files from anywhere.

The Pogoplug is the perfect accessory to your connected life. Imagine accessing all your files and media at home from any laptop or desktop computer, anywhere in the world, or sharing this content with friends and family without having to upload. There’s even an iPhone application so you can always “phone home” to get your files!

Easy to Install

All the files from your external hard drive can be viewed or downloaded through your Web browser, with no need to download or install extra software.

Full Web Access

Installing your Pogoplug is as simple as connecting two cables, then visiting our website. No need to call your office networking guy, we’ll do all the work for you!

iPhone Support

Access all your media from an iPhone, and even send new pictures from your iPhone straight to your home, with a single click.

Works Just Like Your Hard Drive

Your Pogoplug is accessible through Windows Explorer and Mac Finder. It’s just like using a drive that is directly connected to your computer.

Safe, Simple Sharing

Easily share your home videos and photos with friends and family. No uploading required!

Add-ons

Pogoplug is getting even better all the time. Our system is expandable over the Web. Soon, your Pogoplug can connect directly to popular sites such as backup, file synchronization, photo printing and more.

Source:  Pogoplug

Popularity: 7% [?]

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Ultra Slim Single – Target Portable DVD Duplicator

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The DVD Coach Single Target Duplicator is the world’s first Ultra Slim Portable DVD/CD Duplicator. Its compact innovative design represents an important advancement in the DVD/CD duplication industry. Unlike other types of systems, the Slim DVDup is easy to use and versatile. The DVD Coach functions as a stand-alone DVD/CD duplicator and can be plugged into a computer to function as two external drives. Beginners and advanced users will find the DVD Coach a perfect portable solution.

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Connect your laptop to internet via WiFi using your mobile phone’s 3G

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Connect your laptop to internet via WiFi using your mobile phone’s 3G. Award winning JoikuSpot software shares your phone’s 3G internet connection over Wifi (WLAN) to external devices.

Premium Edition comes with all internet protocols. You can also secure your connection with Premium and use VPN to access secured corporate intrawebs. Premium supports email protocols so you can use email clients like Outlook and Gmail. All settings (like WiFi network naming and default access point) are adjustable in Premium. There is no forced default landing page in Premium Edition. Premium has best performance and connection quality, and auto-reconnects to 3G if the connection is dropped to e.g. 2G temporarily.

Multiple devices can share the same connection in parallel. The connection can be secured just like with your home/work Wi-Fi base-station.

See JOIKUSPOT HELP for usage information and customer care.

You can effectively replace Bluetooth, cable, USB modems and external WiFi HotSpots with JoikuSpot and save money, time and hassle. After all, you always have your phone with you = Where ever you may be, you will have internet.

JoikuSpot Premium 2.5 supports Arabic, Turkish, Chinese HK, Chinese PRC, Chinese TW, Polish, Korean, Indonesian, Hebrew, Ukrainian, Slovenian, English, English US, French, French CA, German, Italian, Portuguese, Portuguese BR, Russian, Spanish, Spanish AM, Dutch, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish, Swedish and Japanese. The language is automatically selected to be same as the phone’s language.

For iTouch users: You can turn your iTouch to a 3G iPhone by using the combination “iTouch + Nokia S60 phone + JoikuSpot software = 3G iPhone”:-)

We recommend unlimited high speed data plans with your network operator for cost-efficient and optimal use of JoikuSpot.

JoikuSpot is one of a kind unique solution, and Joikusoft is first in the world to share phone’s 3G over WiFi.

Source:  JoikuShop

Popularity: 16% [?]

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GoldKey USB Security Token Encrypts Your Documents

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Great things do come in small packages
One of the most powerful security tokens on the market is also the smallest. GoldKey’s security processor, encryption engine, and hardware random number generator all fit in a case not as big as your fingertip. Two dimensions of the key are as small as allowed by USB plug standards and the last is just long enough to grab easily. This token fits on your key chain, in your key pouch, or in your pocket without the bulge.

Impenetrable
GoldKey is not your average hardened device. From its stainless steel case to its waterproof epoxy, GoldKey is more durable than your everyday USB token. Inside, the GoldKey is filled with an industrial grade epoxy that not only seals the internal circuitry water tight, but deters tampering and provides added strength.

Unlike other security devices, GoldKey does not require a battery for power, it instead draws power from the USB port. This means it can last and last in the field.

Multi-Factor Authentication
With GoldKey, at least two factors of authentication are required. The GoldKey token must be present (Something you have), and you must know your GoldKey PIN (Something you know). This provides a much higher level of security over traditional password-only authentication methods. Upon request, GoldKey also supports biometric fingerprint authentication as a third factor (Something you are).

Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) for all encryption
AES has been chosen by NIST as the official replacement for the outdated DES. It has now become the symmetric encryption algorithm of choice. GoldKey utilizes AES with 256 bit keys (AES-256) for all encryption. Weaker RSA keys and shorter key lengths are never used.

A GoldKey Combo Key can run standalone or can be registered to any Master Key for file sharing and backup. (Note: When running standalone, there is no way to recover encrypted data if you lose your Key or password).

GoldKey provides four powerful security solutions in a token small enough to carry on a keychain – a literal ‘key’ that must be used to access your data.

Data encrypted by a GoldKey can be stored on many kinds of electronic media including flash drives, DVDs, and network storage servers. GoldKey presents secure data storage, transportation, and backup options, inter compatible with Windows and Mac.

Using state of the art encryption and a built-in, standards-compliant smart card, GoldKeys are versatile dual-factor authentication tokens fit for a personal or corporate environment.

Using GoldKey:

Encrypt an unlimited amount of information, on any number of computers
Manage an unlimited number of keys using Masters and Grand Masters
Protect data on laptops, flash drives, servers, and backup media
Avoid embarrassing and costly data breaches
Comply with government regulations
Collaborate and share files

Why GoldKey?
GoldKey products are designed and manufactured in the USA, allowing us to provide a higher level of quality assurance and support.
The use of GoldKey imposes no limits, contractually or otherwise, on data encryption or user management.
When it comes to protecting your data, there’s just no room for compromise.
There are no ongoing contracts or license fees.
[ $29.96 ]

Source:  Gold Key Token

Popularity: 12% [?]

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JPEG Lossless Rotator – Rotate your pics without lossing quality

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All people usually make photos with different shot orientatons, and some photos need to be rotated. When you rotate a JPEG photo, most image editors decode the photo, rotate the bitmap and then re-encode it back to JPEG. This process slightly decreases the final image quality. Unlike those tools, the JPEG Lossless Rotator does not recode your photo and performs a special lossless block transformation instead. As a result, the rotated photo has the same quality as the original. In addition, JPEG Lossless Rotator has a very simple multilingual interface and is easy to use for inexperienced computer users.

Features:

  • Shell integration (this allows you to rotate your JPEG photos by a right-click on the file)
  • Command line
  • Automatic rotation
  • Batch rotation
  • EXIF-data display
  • Multilingual interface: Brazilian Portuguese, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese (simpl), Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish and Thai.

Source:  AnnyStudio

Popularity: 3% [?]

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