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A little utility to easily watch the progress of files, folders or drives in windows.
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To watch the progress of a file, just double-click it or drag it to the window to start.
You can even drag a file in a folder to see its progress.
If you click a folder, a tree widget will appear with the files in it.
The progress of the deleted files can be seen by empty folder icons.
To start the watch process, simply click the arrow of the folder.
The windows you’re watching will move to the top of the list of windows.
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The World’s Leading WiFi Security Software

DavidC David C. discovered Wepkis in 2012 and was immediately fascinated by the tool’s potential to provide an easy to use, yet reliable, solution to wireless security.
As a long-time network and security practitioner, David was looking for a tool that could easily be deployed and easily be managed. Only one tool that David was aware of delivered this perfect combination, and that was Wepkis.
Today, Wepkis is the World’s leading wireless security tool. But the story of this amazing and versatile tool is definitely not a simple one. It dates back to 2001, when it was created as an internal tool to ease the burden of numerous regulation compliance and security audits.
This shows a new and growing trend, the increasing need to ensure regulatory compliance, both at a national level but also at the individual level.
This presentation will present Wepkis’ history and evolution and go into detail about the tool’s features, capabilities and its future, as well as the various use cases around the globe.
About the Speaker:
David is the Chief Executive Officer of Wepkis. He started his career in network security at Royal Dutch Shell in London, before moving to a telecommunications company in New York. Since then, he has played many different roles and has managed many different systems in different regions.
He holds a Security Officer license from London City Airport and has been a traveling auditor for ANSI/INCITS (IAI) since 2004. He is a member of the RSA Security Security Partner Network (SNP) and was the founder and ex-president of the Greater Boston Information Security Association.

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Jafe is a little program written in Java (1.4.2/1.5 compatible), that allows you to manage your sensible data (passwords, PINs, IDs, small files) in a intuitive and well-organized way.
The data are saved using compression and strong encryption, to ensure that, once saved, it will be impossible for a malicious user to access to them without a passkey, or even to know that they are meaningful data at all – they’ll look just random rubbish to everyone but you.
Give Jafe a try to see how useful it can be for safeguarding your data!


FASL is a new Free Audio and Audio File standard. It is based on the Free Lossless Audio Codec and uses exactly the same database format (that’s FIFO – Fast Indexing Forward). The FASL format is designed to store file metadata for audio such as title, artist, album, etc. and index these for fast access. It was designed to be a general purpose database for audio metadata as well as being a simple and effective database for audio-based applications. It can be used to store: Track/audio file data (as FIFO, WavPack, etc.), song information (artist, title, etc.), electronic catalog files.

You can read the FASL format on www.fasltunes.org

FASL supports RIFF, Audio iXML, FITS and more….

FASL is a Free and Open Source library and program written in C++. The goal of this project is to be the de facto standard for storing audio metadata.

FASL is designed to be a general purpose database for audio metadata. It can be used to store: Track/audio file data, song information, electronic catalog files.

FASL can be used to store: Track/audio file data (as FIFO, WavPack, FLAC, etc.), song information (artist, title, etc.), electronic catalog files.

FASL supports RIFF, Audio iXML, FITS and more….

FASL is a Free and Open Source library and program written in C++. The goal of this project is to be the de facto standard for storing audio metadata.

FASL is designed to be a general purpose database for audio metadata. It can be used to store: Track/audio file data,

What’s New in the Jafe?

Jafe is a little program that stores you sensible data (passwords,
PINs, IDs and small files) in a file, which can be protected using
encryption and compression.
You can define the primary password to enter Jafe, and this
password must be unique to the computer where you save the data, so it
won’t be possible to access the file as a simple text file, and
decrypt its content with the primary password.
At the moment, Jafe only saves ascii text, but I’m working to support
other encodings, including Unicode and PDF.
Jafe is compatible with all platforms, except for Java versions 1.5 and
1.6, which can cause a “StackOverflowError” exception.
Main features:

It supports both compression and encryption;
It supports Unicode and PDF;
You can define the password to enter Jafe;
You can organize your data in different sections and subfolders;
It is smart enough to have multiple Jafe files for each data category;
It supports file renaming and chaining multiple files together;
Jafe can be completely automatized;
Jafe can print all data in a new file;

Jafe also comes with an online software that allows you to load the data
you saved in Jafe, and manage your data as you would do it in your
computer’s file manager.
It also supports multiple users, and keeps your data safe in your
browser’s session.
You can easily manage the accounts of your online users too.
Use case:

A friend of mine starts to use the Internet, and tells me about his
web browser and the data saved in it. I tell him I have a program
that encrypts, and compresses data, so that they can be safely stored
in the web browser.
He already has all the data in his web browser’s file manager, and he
asks me to create a new account in my program, so he can access to his
data. We can then use a file explorer to open all the data saved, and
then he can launch his data in a new tab.

Other Jafe online features:

Plugin to manage your Jafe data from a web browser;
Sync your data between different computers;
Export/Import your data;
Send your data by

System Requirements For Jafe:

OS: Windows 7 SP1
Processor: Intel® Core™ i3 1.6GHz or faster
Memory: 4GB RAM
OS: Windows 8.1 or Windows 10
Processor: Intel® Core™ i5 2.8GHz or faster
Memory: 8GB RAM
Keyboard and Mouse Requirements:
Keyboard: (KB & M): Standard 104-Key US Keyboard or Standard 104-Key US with numeric keypad
Mouse: Any supported USB or PS