The Secunia Personal Software Inspector (PSI) detects installed software and categorises your software as either Insecure, End-of-Life, or Up-To-Date. Effectively enabling you to focus your attention on software installations where more secure versions are available from the vendors.
There are many password managers out there. Yadabyte Passwords is our take on them.
- Very Secure AES 256 Encryption
- Works from any USB Key, floppy, hard drive...
- Simple Minimal Interface with 'Nokia' browsing.
- Unencrypted data is never stored anywhere.
- Includes portable Pocket PC version, that works seamlessly on the same Passwords file. Now that's portable!
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SysProtect Desktop Shield
SysProtect is a freeware utility that resides in the Windows system tray along the bottom right of your screen. It gives you the ability to lock down your Windows 9x workstation just as you could with newer versions of Windows.
Additional features include ability to display your screensaver after it has password-protected your machine for you, along with allowing you to specify a time interval for automatically protecting your system after a given amount of idle time.
With this latest version, you can now use your own favorite images as your screen wallpapers while your machine is locked down!
FileOps 1.03 (last freeware version) is a very handy utility that incorporates 5 useful utilities into one small and compact interface. It includes a file renaming tool. a timestamp changer as well as a small but complete FTP uploader. In addition, you get a file shredder and an encryption function that allows you to choose from the most popular encryption algorithms: DES, Blowfish 448 bit, RC6 and TwoFish 256 bit. The interface allows you to easily switch between the functions. A nice little tool with big functionality.
BcWipe 2.28 (last freeware version)
BCWipe is a shell extender for Windows 95/98/NT, intended to securely delete your files. It supports correspondent U.S. Department of Defense recommendations (DoD 5200.28-STD). The BCWipe utility provides 3 ways to shred directory entries and file contents from the disk:
1. Delete with wiping. Using 'Delete with wiping' command you can delete and wipe your files and folders using pop-up context menus in Windows Shell (Explorer program).
2. Wipe free disk space. If you have previously deleted sensitive files using a standard operating system command, you may wipe free space on the disk where these files were stored - all previously deleted files'contents will be erased.
3. Swap file wiping. BCWipe utility automatically wipes Windows Swap file contents when you run 'Wipe free disk space' command.
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Nucleus Kernel Password Unmask
Kernel Password Unmask shows and unmasks password of any Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP application or program.This wonderful little utility unmasks and
reveals the password hidden behind asterisks (***** characters). It successfully reveals the password of FTP Client software like CuteFTP, FlashFXP, SmartFTP etc.
Open Kernel Password Unmask Software and then open the window having password in asterisk form, as you open the password window the password automatically reveals all hidden behind asterisks.
File Integrity Verification and Encryption (FIVE)
FIVE is an application that has been designed to:
- detect whether files have been modified between 2 uses of FIVE;
- encrypt/decrypt files.
FIVE uses the Secure Hash Algorithm version 1 (SHA1) to check the integrity of files, directories and disks. FIVE computes a SHA1 hash of each
selected file. Files can be selected from a configuration file or from the Configuration/Settings menu. Encryption/decryption. FIVE uses the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), i.e.,
Rijndael, to encrypt/decrypt a selected file with a 128 bit key only. Files are selected from a standard selection box.
PassPack is a secure, streamlined and incredibly compact manager of passwords and confidential information. It features exceptional resistance to brute-force password search attacks. PassPack offers both import and export of unencrypted data.