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Logmein has been around for some time now and has grown into a very reliable and usable product. Logmein’s primary function of remote access to a single PC located at home or at work is absolutely free. Logmein also offers a myriad of pay options for IT administrators as well as corporate users for enterprise level remote access. Once […]

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FileZilla Client is a fast and reliable cross-platform FTP, FTPS and SFTP client with lots of useful features and an intuitive interface. FileZilla is a full featured FTP client, is the best free FTP client I have ever used and rivals products like CuteFTP and WinFTP. FileZilla is a pure open-source project with tons of support and […]

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This article from TechRepublic.com discusses a rather unorthodox method for recovering deleted Outlook e-mail.  It has been discovered that by corrupting the .PST file in a very specific way, more often than not, deleted e-mail can be recovered.  The article assumes certain technical knowledge/understanding and it would be a good idea to back up your .PST file before attempting to perform […]

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Ethereal, the legendary industry standard protocol analyzer has become Wireshark. Wireshark is a must-have for any networking enthusiast and provides a very detailed view of how networked systems communicate. Also known as a packet sniffer, Wireshark was developed from one of the best ones to ever exist. The features that come with Wireshark are listed […]

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KeePass is a utility for managing the myriad of passwords required to navigate the modern Web. Since I’m very conscious of network security I must have well over 100 different credentials ranging from security critical sites such as brokerage accounts to novelty sites like MySpace.com. Can you imagine having to remember all of those credentials? […]

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