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Email Self-Defense

Email Self-Defense – Secure your email in 30 minutes!

In light of the bulk surveillance issues that have found their way across the web, the Free Software Foundation has launched a guide to help secure your email communication. The guide recommends free software tools like GnuPG and Enigmail to secure your email. All you need is a computer with an Internet connection, an email …

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Get info about websites with Stat My Web

There are quite a few websites out there which provide you with some good tools to find out about websites on the internet. Stat My Web is one such site that can easily fetch a lot of data about any website. The website provides detailed stats about websites like – when it was created, where is it hosted, how much is it  worth and where does it rank on the web.

5 Excellent Backup Tools for Linux

Featuring free Link backup applications for any sort of backup need. You can use these applications to perform a complete back up of a file, data, database, system or server. BackupPC (Graphical User Interface) BackupPC is a high performance free backup software suite for Linux that comes with a web-based user interface.

Top 6 tools / utilities to make a designer’s (My) life easier

As a web and graphics designer there are lots of tools and software available to help one do their work. In fact, I would bet that without some of these tools that we completely take for granted, most of us web designers would be fairly miserable. Here’s a list of the 6 tools that I think every designer should have: 1) Photoshop / Dreamweaver : I wasn’t planning on listing anything that wasn’t free in this list, but no list related to web design would be complete without Adobe’s Photoshop.

Unlocker – get rid of pesky un-deletable files!

Ever gotten those annoying Windows errors that won’t allow you to delete a file because it’s being used by some program on a monkey’s computer somewhere in the middle of the Amazon? I’ve had this problem on more than one occasion. And the normal response to this would be to fire up the windows task manager and look for what program could be using it.