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Portable Software ~ Created: 30 Sep 2013 02:44
Malware Cleaning ~ Created: 29 May 2013 02:48
Android Protection ~ Created: 26 Jan 2013 08:06
The Futility Of Android Startup Management ~ Created: 20 Aug 2011 19:39
The Complete Windows 95, 98 & ME Troubleshooting Guide ~ Created: 04 Aug 2011 20:34
PPPoE Setup ~ Created: 02 Aug 2011 14:30
There are currently 521 featured links.
800Notes.com ~ Added: 11 Aug 2014 20:12
I normally block ALL numbers I don't recognize, on my cell phone. However, I'm occassionally curious about numbers that call me during the day. As such, this site is a great way to find out the known scammers.
RegEx101 ~ Added: 15 Jul 2014 13:46
This is another great tool for analyzing regular expressions in plain English.
Regular Expression Analyzer ~ Added: 12 Dec 2013 19:37
This is a tool to explain in plain language, what a particular RegEx expression means.
ExplainShell ~ Added: 09 Dec 2013 12:34
Linux/Unix commands can get quite complex and as such, are not always easy to understand. You can use this site to help you understand exactly what a particular command line does.
RegExPal ~ Added: 09 Dec 2013 12:31
When working with IDS/IPS systems, you often have to evaluate complex Regex values in order to determine how a signature works. The captured data packets can often include strings of characters written in regular expressions, or "regex". As such, tools like this site are a great help to assist in evaluating strings and calculations. In fact, it was with help from this tool I was able to create and modify the following regex expressions to evaluate various public and specific IP address ranges:
There are currently 253 featured programs.
Social Fixer ~ Added: 16 Oct 2013 13:25
This add-on for every major browser, allows you to customize Facebook through many seamless customizations, including adding tabs, removing ads, adding a friend tracker, among other things. Unfortunately, most of those features are soon going to be removed, because of pressure from Facebook placed on the author to do so. The next version therefore, will not have these features.
Unfortunately, those features are the main reason I use it. Therefore, I'm hosting the last full-featured version on this site, at least until Facebook changes their code so much that it ceases to work well. This ZIP file contains the installs for each of the major browser versions.
XAMMP ~ Added: 30 Sep 2013 01:39
This is a portable web server, allowing you to easily host an Apache web server, with access to the most common services, such as MySQL and PHP, among others.
MP3Diags ~ Added: 30 Sep 2013 01:34
This utility searches through MP3 files en masse, in order to locate files that have errors, such as truncated files, squelching, clicking and more.
ClamWIN ~ Added: 30 Sep 2013 01:30
This is one of the only anti-virus programs than lends itself to portability.
TrueCrypt ~ Added: 30 Sep 2013 01:28
For advanced security, encrypting files, drive images or individual files is one of the best tactics to employ. TrueCrypt is the best free option to accomplish this.
There are currently 245 featured Android Apps.
KeePass2Android Password Safe ~ Added: 21 Dec 2013 03:49
I use KeePass to maintain my password database. I store the key file locally and my database on a private FTP location. At work and home, I synchronize the database every time I make changes. With this app, I can access the file directly from the FTP server, never storing the file on my phone and update it, as required.
Additionally, the password is never copied to the clipboard as is done with so many other password managers. Instead, you use the KP2A keyboard to quickly enter the login information. This is a fantastic solution for the security conscious!
Mobiwol NoRoot Firewall ~ Added: 28 Nov 2013 06:35
For the less paranoid in the crowd, those who can't or are afraid to root their devices, this is a helpful alternative. The one drawback to this app is that you have to manually turn it on after every reboot.
The way Mobiwol works without requiring root access is that it manages all traffic at the connection level, through a VPN. You allow or deny each application access based on connection type, or only allow communication when it is the foreground application.
So, while this won't stop software from acquiring accurate information about you or your device if you do allow it to connect, you can at least limit if and/or when each app is able to do so. Let me give you a few examples:
Game 1: block all communications with the Internet, in order to block the application from spying on you, altogether
While this isn't perfect, it's a considerably better alternative than the default.
Finally, Mobiwol maintains connection logs, so you can see exactly what tried to communicate with the Internet and when. You can see what was allowed and what was blocked as well as the destination address. This additional information can help you decide if you want to continue to allow the app to have access, or perhaps if you want to delete it, altogether. You can even adjust an app's permission right from the connection logs, by clicking on the entry and adjusting the settings.
Mega ~ Added: 05 Jul 2013 02:23
Mega offers 50GB of cloud storage, making it the second such service to offer this much space in the cloud.
Yahoo! Mail ~ Added: 21 May 2013 01:43
This is Yahoo's official app for their webmail service. It features a clean, responsive interface.
XDA-Developers ~ Added: 21 May 2013 01:41
There is no official app, but this is the most popular one on the market, providing easy access to the XDA forums.
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