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« Reply #30 on: October 21, 2003, 02:59:16 AM »
IP Tools

Cyberkit Fine ping/whois/traceroute/finger/name server lookup/netscanning tool.
Get IP
IP Agent
IP Finder
IPFree* (Internet filtering and Parental control)
IP-Lister
SamSpade Ping/whois/traceroute.
Trout Trace/whois program.
VB Ping
WhoIz Analysis of IP attacks
Xploiter Stat Lite The perfect replacement for Netstat with lots of extra features.
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Re:Links! (for almost everything...)
« Reply #31 on: October 21, 2003, 03:00:36 AM »
Notepad Replacements & Text Editors (Some of them are Shareware)

EditPad Lite Replaces Notepad and edit HTML files too
Notepad Pro
NotePad+
NotepadXP
NoteTab Light
Tera TextEditor
Text Effects*
Text Merge
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« Reply #32 on: October 21, 2003, 03:01:36 AM »
On-line Viruses Tests

On-line virus and security scan. All have been tested by experts. But use them at your own risk.

Audit My PC Audit your firewall for weaknesses!
Av test
BitDefender
Broadband
Kaspersky
Links to info and fixes for viruses
On line Anti-Virus Service DrWebb upload any file for free examination!
Panda Detects and cleans at the spot, using a daily updated database. note: ONLY for systems with NO antivirus installed. ActiveX needs to be enabled. I do not recommend.
PC-Cillin On-line ScannerPCPitstop
RAV On-line Scanner
Security Scan various tests for dangerous scripts (Java Applets, ActiveX, Scrap files, attachments)
ShieldsUP
SoftWin Online scanner reasonable virus/trojan scanner!
Symantec
Trend Micro
White Hats DOS scanning

Specific tests

Bugbear Worm Infection Test test your system for infection. Cleaners available on our free tools page.
IExplorer Vulnerability Test A malicious website may make IExplorer automatically download and run a program when visiting a website or reading an HML mail message. Test if your IExplorer is vulnerable!
MSoft Cookie Bug Test Test to find out if your system is vulnerable to the very serious cookie vulnerability (javascript enabled to perform the test).
Nimda Worm Checker Determine if your webserver is susceptible or has been exploited by the Nimda worm
WSHOM.OCX Vulnerability Test test your Internet Explorer for this dangerous vulnerability
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« Reply #33 on: October 21, 2003, 03:02:19 AM »
Other Applications (Some of them are Shareware)

Adobe Acrobat Reader
ATnotes Posts notes at desktop or oven the LAN
AutoIt Windows macro maker
Financial Calculator*
IconFilter
Unit Conversions
WinUtil
WinZip Command Line Support Add-On
WinZip
UPX Free, portable, extendable, high-performance executable packer for several different executable formats. It achieves an excellent compression ratio and offers very fast decompression. Your executables suffer no memory overhead or other drawbacks.
IrfanView Very fast 32-Bit graphic viewer for Windows 9x, NT and 2K.
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« Reply #34 on: October 21, 2003, 03:03:08 AM »
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« Reply #35 on: October 21, 2003, 03:03:54 AM »
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« Reply #36 on: October 21, 2003, 03:04:42 AM »
RAM Defragmentation & Test Tools]

BySoft FreeRAM*
CacheMan*
FreeRAM XP
MemTest Memory RAM tests
Mpower
PageDefrag Boot defragmenter for FAT32 partitions
Ram Idle*
RamBooster*
Windows Memory Diagnostic
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« Reply #37 on: October 21, 2003, 03:06:37 AM »
Registry Tools

dllusage Shows all DLLs and EXEs by path. Helpful if you have multiple copies of the same DLL.
Emergency Recovery Utility
RegClean* for Windows 98
regdiff It can compare two .REG files created with REGEDIT.EXE with one another, or with the Registry.
Registrar Lite
Registry Explorer
Registry Saver Pro
Registry Shot
Registry Wizard
RegMon Monitors registry activities
RegScrubXP
RegWiz (Un)register DLL/OCX
Test-Run Provides a separate registry for f.e. testing trial programs. After testing, switch back to your original registry
Windows Registry Guide
Windows Registry Security Commander
WinErrs
Registry Editor Plus make regedit safer and easier to use, undo option for changes made included
Registrar Lite nice replacement for RegEdit; makes registry editing much easier

Registry cleaning

BeClean
Easy Cleaner* Very nice registry cleaner.
PowerTools Very powerfull registry power tools, with lots of extra options. Unfortunately, it's a shareware. RegCleaner was provided by jv16.org but has been taken over by Macecraft software who do not seem to be into freeware versions anymore.
RegClean* Registry Cleaning for Windows 98 (but works on XP)
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« Reply #38 on: October 21, 2003, 03:07:32 AM »
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« Reply #39 on: October 21, 2003, 03:08:25 AM »
SPAM Tools

File13
Mail Call Allows OE users viewing full headers, set up filters and read messages before downloading them
Mail Washer Bounce/delete unwanted email (spam), preview option, effective filtering.
Spamihilator The best for me!
SpamPal
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« Reply #40 on: October 21, 2003, 03:10:14 AM »
Startup Control Tools

Lock Key Controller
M2 Launcher Schedule for command
MSConfig Help*
RunFast* Program launcher/command
Startup Control Center
Startup Control Panel Easily configure which programs run when your system starts up
Startup Delayer
Startup-Logger
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« Reply #41 on: October 21, 2003, 03:11:08 AM »
System Enhacements

AIDA32 Very extensive benchmark software, with lots of extra features.
Belarc Advisor Software inventory
Elevate
HD Speed
Hidden File Detector*
Lockup
Log Monitor
OpenWin for Windows 98
PowerDREAM Context-menu
Process Explorer
Process Viewer Manages processes and running applications Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
VirDir Manager
WinBoot XP*
WinPath8*
VNC Virtual Network Computing is a remote display system which allows you to view a computing 'desktop' environment not only on the machine where it is running, but from anywhere on the Internet and from a wide variety of machine architectures.

Monitoring and auto-start items

ATM Taskmonitor with lots of very nice extra functions. Autostart Explorer Lists all autostarted files.
Autostart Viewer See and control 50+ autostarts on your system.
FileMon Monitors system activities
ListDLLs Shows which DLLs are loaded
Process Explorer Shows info about which handles and DLLs processes have opened or loaded.
StartUpList Generates a detailled text log of every start up program; useful to hunt troubles down.
TDIMon Monitors TCP/UDP activity.
WinPatrol View startup programs, active tasks etc.
FPort Reports all open TCP/IP and UDP ports and maps them the the owning application
IP List Enumerates network interfaces, shows all bound IP addresses, their broadcast addresses and masks.
PV2K Process Viewer View/kill active processes, create scripts, copy paths of processes and more.
RegistryProt Monitors important locations and keys in the registry, alerts when keys are changed/added; accept or reject them.
ScriptSentry Alerts if a script might harm your system; prevents against malicious scripts in ShellScrap/HTA files. Specify which scripts should be allowed to run yourself.
AnalogX Script Defender Intercept requests to execute most common scripting types, configure it to intercept new script extensions.
DHCP Fix Enable/disable other systems to monitor every piece of info coming from your PC.
Netmon* Very nice monitor, info about IP/TCP/UDP/ICMP protocols; database of common trojan ports, user-definable IP and port filters.
Procmon Displays various info concerning running processes, modules included, priority of the process (changeable), total memory used, and more.
StartUp Monitor Notifies when any program registers itself to run at system start up.
WhatsHappening Shows all running programs and DLLs.
Web Bug Detector Discover web bugs while surfing (IE only)[/url][/b]
Version Browser Identify files, find out what created them, why and when.
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« Reply #42 on: October 21, 2003, 03:12:06 AM »
System Security

CompuSec PC Security Suite*
Erroneous VeriSign-Issued Digital Certificates*
Gatekeeper Folder Guard* File Security 'locks/unlocks' folders
ID-Blaster Plus Change Windows ID numbers. Allows you to edit Windows Product ID or UserID numbers. Since these numbers are unique for each PC, they could potentially be used to track computer activity or associate a computer with a particular person even though their actual intent is quiet different. ID-Blaster Plus works by changing these ID numbers frequently, destroying potential tracking tactics using these numbers. ID-Blaster can run from the system tray, using up very little resources, and constantly protect you in the background. Be advised that these numbers may be need for system upgrades or re-installations. Use with caution!
MBProbe Hardware monitor temperature and voltage
Process Guard Protect essential services of the system (e.g., avast home process shutdown protection by trojans)
System Lock for Windows 98
System Safe Gold
System Security Suite
WinLocker
Security Analyzer Uncountable security checks

Privacy

Cookie Jar Cookie handler
Cookie Viewer Scan for and display cookies plus data stored; delete option included
Privacy analysis so, what is known about you?
Utlimate Privacy Test Says it all: test your privacy now!
Syscape Privacy test Nice privacy test.
Who? privacy analysis another fine revealer
The Cloak Anonymous websurfing service
HTTP View intercepts and displays "everything" that transpires between a browser and any given web page, showing info your browser normally hides
proxies
Proxy Stopper Referrer and user agent as well fair image/banner/url blocker
Proxy Test check if your proxy is anonymous
SurfinGuard Pro protects proactively monitoring/containing behavior of downloaded active content (.exe, ActiveX, Java etc.) in a protected sandbox, blocking potential hostile actions automatically
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« Reply #43 on: October 21, 2003, 03:13:08 AM »
43.   Tips and Tweaks

BlackViper's Services Tweaks
Boot Troubleshoting (XP/2k)
Computer privacy, security and software links
Computer Security
Desktop Tips
Disable/Remove Windows Messenger
Distributed Intrusion Detection System DShield
EMCO OS License Modifier Operating System Product ID/Registered Owner/Registered Organization; Automatically enumerate your LAN for computers, or add them manually into machine tree
Fresh UI Customizes/optimizes User Interface, System Settings, Application Settings.
Internet Explorer privacy and security settings
Internet Explorer Security Zones
Keyboard Shortcuts for IE brow-ser
Knowledge Base links, commands & utilities for all OS
Microsoft hotfixes and patches
Microsoft Windows XP Command-line Tools and Troubleshooting Utilities*
Miscellaneous OS Tools
MiTweak-XP
MS Windows Error Messages
Optimizer XP
Outlook Express security and troubleshooting
Outlook Express
Parasite (hijackers/keyloggers) references
pserv.cpl Windows NT/2000 Control Panel Applet that controls all NT services / devices
rundll32 Event Viewer Application Log for process eating CPU time
Security news and info
SecurityFocus
SpeedXP*
Start-up Applications
Task List Process
Tweak Central
TweakUI XP*
TweakUI*
UCG Command Finder
UK Security
UnPlug n' Pray XP
Verifies Hotfixes*
Win2k/XP Service*s
Windows Errors
Windows MultiCracker
Windows Support Center
Windows XP Balloon Tips Killer
Windows XP Cable Modem Registry Tweaks
Windows XP Troubleshooting
Windows XP Tweaks and Fixes
Updates of Windows and a lot of applications
Wintuning Kit Optimizing Tool for Windows XP
Xteq X-Setup

Windows Tweaking Sites

Active Windows
Ad-Aware
Annoyances
Axels 216
Backups
Black Viper
Bob'sXpTweaks
Bootdisk
Doug Knox
Fastboot
Inside Outlook Express
Kelly's Korner
Kernal Enhancements
Pagefile Opt
TCP/IP
Ted's Tech Site
Tweak OutlookXP
Tweak3D
Virtual Memory in Windows
WebAttack
Windows Corporate Update
Windows Reinstall
Windows Shutdown Troubleshooting
WinXp Support
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