Connect to your PC or Mac from anywhere in the world with LogMeIn

logmein-iconLogMeIn is fast, easy-to-use remote access software that allows you to control your desktop from anywhere. Its in-browser provides a minimal latency portal to your PC desktop, which you can access from any Mac, PC or hand-held device, including iPads, iPhones and Android Smartphones. You can remotely start up a sleeping computer and with a password protected, 256-bit SSL encrypted connection, you can rest easy knowing your access is secure and safe. Best of all, this is freeware and once you’ve created a LogMeIn account you can instantly start accessing your PC remotely, 100% free.


With a quick and easy in-browser interface, LogMeIn is a truly impressive way to access your PC remotely. Signing up for a new account is a fairly easy process, though the installation itself might take a little longer than you might expect. Once LogMeIn is up and running though, you’re going to be very pleased with the results. You can wake up your computer remotely and even in-browser it’s a similar experience to having your desktop right there in front of you. And while some features are reserved for the company’s paid offering, the price isn’t too steep ($70 per year) if you want access to HD streaming, file syncing, audio-streaming or printer access.

For the basic level with a free-price tag, this is the best offering you’re going to find without paying for your remote access. Highly recommended.

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Indispensable tool for the active Internet user: Kaspersky Password Manager

You know… its all about the Internet these days. This website, the other web service, and this or that social network – if you don’t have some kind of online presence, you’re likely the type who doesn’t compute much.

However, most of the people that I know – geeks and noobies alike – are all over the Internet. It’s a vast and dangerous place. That’s why I’m thankful for tools like Kaspersky Password Manager. It’s a security and system utility for Windows.

Kaspersky Password Manager is the latest in advanced, digital identity protection. It provides multiple layers of defense against keyloggers and hackers. You only have to remember one master password, and all of your log-ins for your applications, websites and services are completed automatically entered for you when called for.

Kaspersky Password Manager securely stores your passwords and other, related personal data in an encrypted vault on your computer. The vault can only be accessed by a master password or other, supported authentication method that you define, ensuring that your passwords are always safe. KPM fills in logins and passwords automatically; and It supports major browsers, including IE and Firefox, as well as your important Windows applications. You no longer have to remember all of your usernames and their associated passwords – just one master password.

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Facebook apps accidentally leaking access to third parties – change your Password now!

According to an investigation by Symantec, third parties (advertisers, analytic platforms, and other third parties), have accidentally had access to Facebook users’ accounts (profiles, pictures, chat,etc.) and also had the ability to post messages and mine personal information. However, these third-parties may not have realized their ability to access this information.

Facebook applications are Web applications that are integrated onto the Facebook platform. According to Facebook, 20 million Facebook applications are installed every day.

Symantec has discovered that in certain cases, Facebook IFRAME applications inadvertently leaked access tokens to third parties like advertisers or analytic platforms. We estimate that as of April 2011, close to 100,000 applications were enabling this leakage. We estimate that over the years, hundreds of thousands of applications may have inadvertently leaked millions of access tokens to third parties.

Access tokens are like ‘spare keys’ granted by you to the Facebook application. Applications can use these tokens or keys to perform certain actions on behalf of the user or to access the user’s profile. Each token or ‘spare key’ is associated with a select set of permissions, like reading your wall, accessing your friend’s profile, posting to your wall, etc.

Note: Symantec reported this issue to Facebook, who has taken corrective action to help eliminate this issue, however, Symantec advises Facebook users to change their passwords on Facebook in order protect their accounts from being mined.

Source: Symantec

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Keep away any files (documents, personal photos, video clips, etc.) from unauthorized access with ease

Ok, let’s say that you want to create a document on your computer that will contain private information such as passwords, credit card numbers or any other stuff that you want to keep private. To do this, we’re going to encrypt and password protect the document. The encryption process will protects the document by turning all words into unreadable, unintelligible characters if viewed by unauthorized eyes. Let’s see how we do this…

First of all, download Right-Click Encrypter from here and install it.

Right-click the document (or any other file type) that you want to encrypt.

Click ‘Encrypt with Right-Click Encrypter’.

Enter a password into the fields.

Click the ‘Encrypt’ button. Your document is now encrypted, you can click ‘Close’.

To decrypt a file that you previously encrypted, just right click it and select ‘Decrypt with Right-Click Ecrypter’. Enter the password and your file will be decrypted. That’s all.

Note:Right-Click Encrypter can be used to keep away from unauthorized access any kind of files (documents, personal photos, video clips, etc.)

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Restrict the amount of time your child spends on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter or else

If you’re concerned your child spend too much time when you’re away from home on websites such as YouTube or Facebook, and you would like to use a time-limiting software to set the time of day when they can use those websites (or for how long), Internet Security Controller is what you’re going to like. This program is very easy to configure, it’s free and can be also used to restrict the time spent by employees or any other person on a specified computer.

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