IT Audit Manager at NN Group, loving girlfriend Gerda and sons Wouter and Reinier.

Archives for: February 2006

There were 4 posts published in February 2006.

Portable Apps Suite

Want your own favourite free suite of applications everywhere you go independent of the software installed at the PC you happen to be working at? Meet Portable Apps Suite! This gives you a complete office suite of applications running from an USB stick.

Portable Apps Suite Contains: Portable Firefox (web browser), Portable Thunderbird (email client), Portable OpenOffice.org (office suite), Portable AbiWord (word processor), Portable NVU (web editor), Portable Sunbird (calendar & task list), Portable FileZilla (FTP client), Portable Gaim (instant messenger) and will fit on a 256Mb USB thumbdrive.

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TorPark turns any internet terminal into a secure connection.

This great piece of free open source software turns any internet connection into a fully secured internet connection, so now you can do your internetbanking safely in a cybercafé. The package included Portable Firefox, so you can even use the best browser around instead of the browser that happens to be installed. Finally, with the default options, all your tracks are cleared after stopping Torpark.

According to the download site: Download TorPark for your language, and put it on a USB Flash keychain. Plug it into any internet terminal whether at home, school, or public. Run Torpark.exe and it will launch a Tor circuit connection, which creates an encrypted tunnel from your computer indirectly to a Tor exit computer, giving the appearance of having the Tor exit computer’s IP.

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(Via Ãœbergizmo)

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