Archive for the 'freeware' Category

Time For A Freenet 0.5 How To Video Series

I guess I’ve been a little “out of it” for a while concerning things like Freenet because of the general shitstorm that my life has been turning into but getting back into things recently it’s occurred to me that in spite of being abandoned by the original developers, Freenet 0.5 is still very much alive […]

New Version of MMS Released

It’s been a long time since I did anything with MMS (Mixminion Message Sender) but I’ve finally gotten back to it. MMS Finally has word wrap, which means there shouldn’t be anymore of those really ugly long lines. There are also now three distributions.  The original which only contains MMS itself, a second that includes […]

Open Source, Multi-Platform, Secure IM Client

hile I haven’t had a whole lot of need for Instant Messaging and I have no idea why most people would need secure IM except for planning those Orlando vacations getaways where you leave the (presumeably grown) kids at home (or send them someplace else for their vacation)

Freeware App: Audacity

Audacity is a digital audio editor. It allows you to edit Ogg Vorbis, MP3, WAV or AIFF audio files.  You can do cool tricks like change the speed or pitch of a recording.  Want to know what you’d sound like as a chipmunk?  Audacity can help you find out. You can also use it to […]

GPcode Virus Fix

I recently wrote about a Ransomware attack called GPcode that encrypts files on the victim’s computer and then offers to sell them a decryption key to get them back. According to Kaspersky Labs, When GPcode does it’s thing, it first creates a copy of the file it’s going to encrypt.  Once that encryption is done, […]