A shell (GUI) for configuring Apache web servers that will help you tune the main configuration httpd.conf file. ApacheConf presents all the information in the httpd.conf file in a structured view. All of the server's directives are grouped by category (Global directives, Directories, Virtual hosts, etc) and all these groups are represented as a tree. In this way, you can see the entire structure of the server at a glance and you can easily manage all of the server's directives, as well as the directories and virtual hosts.
Evaluation period: 30 days.
UPX for Linux 3.93
UPX (Ultimate Packer for eXecutables) is a versatile executables packer, with excellent compression ratio and very fast decompression, capable of packing a variety of executable formats, including: atari/tos, djgpp2/coff, dos/com, dos/exe, dos/sys, linux/386, rtm32/pe, and other formats.
Offers a radical way to keep your confidential data away from unauthorized access by "self-destructing" the files you specify. How it works: While Windows is starting up, Hara-Kiri checks if you are pressing a combination of certain hotkeys. If those hotkeys are not being pressed, the files in specified folders will be completely erased (without the possibility of reconstructing them with "unerase" and "undelete" utilities). Once Hara-Kiri deletes the sensitive data it will also delete itself.
Evaluation period: 30 days. Note: in demo mode the probability of sensitive data deletion is 50%.