PrivateFirewall - proactive, multi-layered defense solution for Windows desktops and servers...

PrivateFirewall is a proactive, multi-layered defense solution for Windows desktops and servers.

PrivateFirewall detects, blocks and quarantines activity characteristic of known malware, hacking, phishing and other threat types so that personal computer users and IT managers within small, medium or large organizations can more effectively and proactively protect the environments and private data for which they are responsible.

An exceptionally simple user interface makes PrivateFirewall a breeze to manage. You´ll realize expanded protection and become educated about the nature of activity - trusted and un-trusted - that occurs on your system.


* Windows 7, Vista 64 bit support
* Windows 7, Vista 32 bit support
* Zero-hour anti-virus protection
* Zero-hour spyware protection
* Zero-hour malware protection
* Behavioral hacker protection
* Personal Firewall
* Website/IP filtering
* Advanced Application Security
* Basic Application Security
* Process Security
* Registry protection
* System Anomaly Detection
* Email Anomaly Detection


Sleeper - Nice System Utility...

If you are a power-save mode fan, you will appreciate this small utility, that will let you send your monitor to sleep with a keyboard shortcut.

Of course, you can tell Windows to activate power-save mode after a time of inactivity, but a keyboard shortcut is the most flexible solution, letting you rely on your decision, instead of some automatic adjustment which sometimes ‘strikes’ exactly a few seconds before you need your monitor again.

There is also the obvious On-Off button of the monitor itself, minimizing even more power consumption and monitor decay, but next to that, a keyboard shortcut to enter power save mode is the best way.

Sleeper is a single executable, a portable (no need to install) application, that will occupy no memory in your system, since it will just give a “sleep” command and then it will close immediately. You can place it in a folder of your choice and create a shortcut to it in the Start Menu. Then right click on that shortcut to define whatever hot-key you prefer to run Sleeper and activate the power-save mode of your monitor.

Besides this, what makes Sleeper even more special is that it will show your taskbar, in case you have chosen to hide it with Taskbar Control, making sure they will be no problems when your monitor wakes up. Windows seems to dislike sometimes a hidden taskbar upon exiting the power-save mode. Sleeper will let the taskbar appear again before activating the power-save mode, and you can use your Taskbar Control hotkey to hide your taskbar again, if you want to, after you exit power-save mode.

Exiting power save mode is as simple as you already know: just press whatever key of your Keyboard, or move your mouse.

Requirement: Win98, Win2K, WinXP, Vista, Win7


Homedale - monitor the signal strength of multiple WLAN Access Points...

Monitor the signal strength of multiple WLAN Access Points

The Homedale application was designed to be a small tool that lets you monitor the signal strength of multiple WLAN Access Points.

You can view a summary of all available access points with their

- signal strength
- encryption [WEP/WPA/WPA2]
- speed
- channel
- other settings

You can also see the signal strength of selected access points in a graph over the time. With a right mouse click, you can start logging and create a screenshot.