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Find Which Applications Phone Home with VirusBarrier X6

Worried about rogue applications or spyware "phoning home" with your private data? Turn on VirusBarrier's Anti-Spyware feature, and it will alert you to applications that attempt to connect to remote servers. Once you know which apps are phoning home, you can block or allow each individually, and you can even block or allow specific ports for each application, to ensure that your private data stays private.

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StarNine Announces WebSTAR Server Suite 4.0

StarNine Announces WebSTAR Server Suite 4.0 -- StarNine Technologies has announced WebSTAR Server Suite 4.0, the next version of its WebSTAR Internet server packageShow full article

MRJ 2.1.1 Available

MRJ 2.1.1 Available -- Apple Computer has released version 2.1.1 of Macintosh Runtime for Java, a quick followup to last. month's MRJ 2.1. (See "MRJ 2.1 Runs Faster, Works with Explorer" in TidBITS-467.) MRJ 2.1.1 complies with Sun's Java 1.1.7 specification, offers better support for loading applets through proxy servers or firewalls, supports installation on localized versions of the Mac OS, and works with Java applications available from Yahoo GamesShow full article

Das NetBoot

Perhaps the most interesting part of Apple's just-released Mac OS X Server is NetBoot, which enables newer Macintosh clients to boot the Mac OS over an Ethernet network from a server machineShow full article

Going Pro with LetterRip Pro

Sometimes a program wiggles into our lives in such a subtle way that it takes months before we realize we're dependent on it. We say "we're just testing it," and may even believe we could switch to something differentShow full article

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