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DVDFab 11.1.0.6

DVDFab is all you need to backup DVDs

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DVDFab 11.1.0.6


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REL Link Checker Lite 1.0 build 180

This link checker tool, which is a lite version of the Web Link Validator program, is optimized for working with web sites that are relatively not large. The program will help you easily locate broken links and links containing syntactic errors.



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AVS-Organizer 7.26

A multifunctional organizer that lets you quickly whip up address books, write sticky notes and hang them on the desktop, check email boxes for email, send and receive email and sms, plus there is a scheduler and much more.



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HTML Guardian 7.7.9

Protects web sites from being copied: encrypts HTML, JavaScripts, VBScripts, ASP, PHP, CSS, etc. Protects images on your web pages by splitting images into pieces and encrypting them. When someone browses your web site, all images are first downloaded and only then displayed, so all your images sit somewhere on the visitor's hard drive (namely in the Temparary Internet Files folder) and the snoopy visitor can easily find them. Here comes the Image Guardian (incorporated in the HTML Guardian program) - it'll split your images into pieces and generate the appropriate code (which will then be encrypted by HTML Guardian) to display those pieces in your pages as if this were an integral, non-splitted image. This will make image theft nearly impossible - if someone wants to copy your images, they won't be able to get the entire image, only pieces of it saved under random, meaningless names.
HTML Guardian can also circumvent the various filters of web filtering software like Proxomitron, AdMuncher, Norton Internet Security, etc. So if you want to place a banner on your web site, encrypting your site content with the help of HTML Guardian is also useful (happy visitors will still be enjoying your banners despite all the filtering software being installed on their computers). In fact, HTML Guardian also claims to be able to "dramatically increase visits to your web site" by keeping away web content filters used by many corporate LANs (and some public proxy servers) to prevent people from accessing sites that contain certain keywords. So if you happen to own a web site that happens to contain such certain keywords, it might be a good idea to use HTML Guardian to try and dramatically increase your traffic: filters don't recognize the scrambled keywords, people happy, traffic skyrockets. On second thought, though, what about search engines and page ranking? If your web page is scrambled, how do you think Google is going to rank it?



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