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One Year Ago: Attack Surface Analyzer, Nokia Ovi Store and Microsoft Mathematics

A selection of articles published between January 15 and January 21 of previous years.

1 Year Ago

  • Attack Surface Analyzer: A free security application from Microsoft for developers and users alike, designed to catalog changes introduced to the Windows platform after installation of new software.

2 Years Ago

  • Create your own Google Reader like web based feed reader: You will need a web host that supports PHP and MySQL
  • Sleep Moon Xpress: A remote control application for Windows that lets you control a computer shutdown via a Bluetooth equipped device, a WAP enabled phone, an Infrared remote control or a simple clap of the hands!
  • SuperTabMode: A Firefox add-on that enhances the default tab behavior and includes options to block page content, auto lock tabs, hide Firefox from the screen (boss key) and cache management features.
  • Clupper: A free tool that lets you upload the contents of Windows clipboard – be it images, text, files or folders - to one or more FTP servers. Clupper can also capture screenshots.

3 Years Ago


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