Chachazz

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  1. Chachazz

    Warning

    Welcome marty; AV is only as good as it's current detections; A good AntiTrojan is a necessity these days.
  2. More Info: Comments made by vinzenz.ewido - ewido rep - @ Wilders :
  3. Chachazz

    Warning

    martymass, look in the Thunderbird Options and set as:
  4. Welcome to BestTechie, Cliff
  5. Chachazz

    Congratulations!

    Congratulations to both rv56 & LJM Master
  6. Chachazz

    Another Congrats!

    Thank you very much Matt. and rv56, martymas , hitest and bar5
  7. This topic will be permanently 'stickied' in due course.
  8. How to Post Updates Our Updates forum, unlike some others, is open to all members who are welcome to post updates. The guidelines and practices followed by the Update Experts exist for good reasons: the safety and security of the members and the board, as a service to members who need and use security programs and softwares, as an enhancement to the life of the board and the support the board provides to our members and the general public. When posting an update please collect and post the information issued by the vendor/author(s) with a link to the vendor(s) web page - update page, changelog page or download page. Please add any relevant information that the vendor has issued about that update which will be beneficial to the readers. (Please do not link to third party sites.) Topic Titles: Program Version Upgrade: Program Name & Version; ie: Ad-aware SE 1.70 released! Detections Update: Program name & Detections File #; ie: MS Antispyware Defs. #5719; Ad-aware SE1R101, etc. -or where no detections file # - - Program name & date - a-squared(a2) - 04/10/2006 (Date format= mm/dd/yyyy) Update Post: Program Version Upgrade: Program name, Version #, Changelog and link to vendor download page, plus any other information issued about the upgrade. Detections Update: Information issued and link to that vendor page. (A good reference and wealth of information for guidance exists right here in the many updates previously posted.) If some important information is omitted or helpful, it will probably be added by one of the staff updaters. Standard Rules/Practices: 1) No direct download links. (If absolutely necessary ie: MVPS Hosts - use Block Quotes). 2) No leaks - if not posted on a vendor(s)site, news, etc. it is not offically released. 3) Link to the vendor(s) sites - please do not link to other forums or third-party sites. 3) Spammers, warez: -0- tolerance; fortunately, no problems here so far. 4) Beta, Release Candidate, Development Release must have appropriate warning to the user. Thanks for taking time to review these guidelines and enjoy yourselves here!
  9. Thanks sidekick; that's a great resource; know and use several of the freebies there and used to post alot of it in the Updates forum; will start posting some of them here again!
  10. A Linux Distribution Comparison Matrix DevX.com»
  11. Welcome back Chappy and all fingers crossed for a good outcome...
  12. Here are some goodies : ExtractNow! (love it - just drag a zip onto the shortcut and it outputs to a file (set your options)on my desktop) Cubic Explorer (some say the best) iColorFolder CleanCache (because it "Wipes" the files off your drive - 3 choices including DOD and Gutmann (CCleaner as a backup check only) Power Defragmenter GUI & Sysinternals Contig (because XP defrag well, leaves much to be desired) (drop both into a file & put a shortcut where you wish)
  13. Very nice arachnid - thanks
  14. That's good news Marty..a relief for you ....
  15. Terrorist - take a look at FastStone Image Viewer - been following it and using it since the early days and it's great and very popular - http://www.faststone.org/FSViewerDetail.htm. on 512 Ram, I updated to SP2 and my system is very slow - double boot time - and ram is running at 50% despite having all unnecessary services & startups disabled - can't upgrade the hardware right now so I'm thinking of removing SP2.
  16. Happy Birthday Kat - Hoep you have a wonderful day!
  17. Listen ... is a Music player and management for GNOME With Listen you can: Play your favorite songs Manage your library Manage your ipod Make playlists Automatically or manually download album covers Automatically synchronize album covers with iPod Easily burn an audio CD Directly get informations from wikipedia when you play a song See the lyrics of a song Have statistics about your favorite songs, albums or artists Listen to web radio Submit your songs to Audioscrobbler Quick access to last.fm related file With Listen you will be able to: Listen And Rip Audio CDs Browse and listen songs on a DAAP share Share you library via a DAAP share Fill metadata with musicbrainz Make inteligent playlists Development Status : 4 - Beta License : GNU General Public License (GPL) Operating System : All POSIX (Linux/BSD/UNIX-like OSes), Linux Programming Language : Python Translations : Bulgarian, English, French, Italian, Spanish User Interface : Gnome, GTK+ News New release 0.3.1 06/03/2006 -Some bug fix -Hide and encrypt audioscrobbler password -Add option to clear playlist when add a new song New release 0.3 04/03/2006 -Add Audioscrobbler support -Change license to GPLv2 only -Many UI change -New preference dialog -Many bug fix -Some volume effect on startup and stop -Crossfade support Download: @ SourceForge» Caution: BETA software is, by definition, still in test mode and presents a certain level of risk to the end-user.
  18. Linux / FreeBSD / Solaris - AntiVir PersonalEdition Classic The private, non-commercial use of AntiVir Workstation for Linux / FreeBSD / Solaris is free. A registration of the AntiVir PersonalEdition Classic Workstation for Linux is not necessary any more. The licence file is now included in the download tar file. NEW! The scope of services of the cost-free AntiVir PersonalEdition Classic for Linux - FreeBSD/Solaris was adapted to the cost-free AntiVir PersonalEdition Classic Windows by the recent release change: new graphic user interface (GUI) no registration is necessary the functions Mailgate and Milter can be ordered as amenities by the H+BEDV Datentechnik GmbH Program-Release Workstation 2.1.5-41 | Version 6.33.01.03 http://www.free-av.com/antivirus/allinonen.html
  19. GNOME 2.14.0 Beta 2 2006-02-16 10:02. "Can you feel it? It's getting nearer. Nearer. Nearer. You should feel it now. You should even be able to hear it. And see it. Look! Here it is! Another release full of yummy contributions. We are pleased to announce the delicious release of tasty GNOME 2.14.0 Beta 2 (2.13.91) . This is one of the last delicate releases in the delectable 2.13 development series and represents a toothsome release that is now API/ABI, feature, string and UI frozen. This means that we're pretty close to the succulent final 2.14.0 release. The delightful GNOME contributors are now busy fixing the most important nectareous bugs that are still out there, localizing the whole pleasant-tasting desktop or updating our scrumptious documentation. You can still make a peachy difference and contribute to the shiniest GNOME release ever! Do you see all the stunning 2.13.91 tarballs? Go download them. Go compile them. Go test them. And go hack on them, document them, translate them, fix them. The exquisite release notes that describe the juicy changes between 2.13.90 and 2.13.91 are available. Go read them to learn all the lovely goodness of this release:" platform - http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/gnome/platform/2.13/2.13.91/NEWS desktop - http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/gnome/desktop/2.13/2.13.91/NEWS admin - http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/gnome/admin/2.13/2.13.91/NEWS bindings - http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/gnome/bindings/2.13/2.13.91/NEWS Beta Software - use at Own Risk! The GNOME 2.13.91 release is available here: platform sources - http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/platform/2.13/2.13.91/ desktop sources - http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/desktop/2.13/2.13.91/ admin sources - http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/admin/2.13/2.13.91/ bindings sources - http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/bindings/2.13/2.13.91/ Take a look at GNOME 2.14»»
  20. That's a false positive and was corrected with Def's Update #5807 which was issued immediately after it was discovered(within a couple hours). MS has just released "Defender Beta 2" replacing MS AntiSpyware - XP Service Pack 2 only..... http://www.besttechie.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=7201
  21. Google Earth now available Mac OS X (10.4) January 10, 2006 More Info» | Google Earth Mac - Beta» Beta Software - Use at Own Risk!
  22. Security Advisory: Outpost not blocking traffic on Windows shutdown "It has been discovered that during Windows shutdown, Outpost does not block traffic allowing unsolicited incoming traffic to access systems for a short period of time. This depends on system configuration but testing has shown this to be in the region of 3-10 seconds (though a 20-second window was encountered in a test with Outpost 2.7). While this issue was discovered with Outpost 3.0, all earlier versions of Outpost should be assumed to be affected also." Source: Outpost Firewall Forums» Note; This may also occur during startup: http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=115709
  23. Final Agenda of February 9th Public Workshop "The Anti-Spyware Coalition has released a full agenda with a complete list of speakers for the February 9th Public Workshop. Those interested in attending the workshop can register online now. Final Working Report of Risk Model Description Unveiled After receiving many public comments and carefully reviewing the draft document, the Anti-Spyware Coalition has released the Final Working Report of the Risk Model Description. A summary of the comments received is also available. Final Working Report of Spyware Definitions and Supporting Documents Released After an extensive public comment period and review, the Anti-Spyware Coalition has released the Final Working Report of the Spyware Definitions. In addition, ASC has released a number of supporting documents, including a Vendor Dispute Resolution Process, a Glossary and a set of Safety Tips for Users. A summary of the almost 400 comments used to help finalize the Report is also available for review." The Anti-Spyware Coalition»
  24. Mac OS X Update 10.4.4 January 10, 2006 The 10.4.4 Update delivers overall improved reliability and compatibility for Mac OS X v10.4 and is recommended for all users. It includes fixes for: SMB/CIFS and NFS network file services Bluetooth wireless access Core Graphics, Core Audio, Core Image, RAW camera support, including updated ATI and NVIDIA graphics drivers Spotlight indexing and searching AppleScript, iChat, DVD Player, and Safari applications Dashboard widgets: Calendar and Stocks Software Update and Sync Services compatibility with USB and FireWire devices and third party applications previous standalone security updates For detailed information on this Update, please visit http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=302810