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Author Topic: Post your links to places to read and add reviews of fsekrit here  (Read 15732 times)

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« Last Edit: January 31, 2006, 08:50 PM by mouser »

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Re: Post your links to places to read and add reviews of fsekrit here
« Reply #1 on: January 31, 2006, 08:30 PM »
I got an email about this site earlier:
http://www.all4you.d...d/fSekrit-32393.html
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Re: Post your links to places to read and add reviews of fsekrit here
« Reply #2 on: February 01, 2006, 06:17 AM »
Aaaand, this just arrived by e-mail:
http://www.softpile....iew_49657_index.html
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Re: Post your links to places to read and add reviews of fsekrit here
« Reply #3 on: February 01, 2006, 09:37 AM »
Just an off-topic post, but how do they know about the ultility? Did you submit it to them or something like that?


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Re: Post your links to places to read and add reviews of fsekrit here
« Reply #4 on: February 01, 2006, 10:04 AM »
yes, we submit all software to a bunch of sites (mostly those that accept "pad" files).
a pad file is an xml file used to describe shareware and freeware.

many of these sites exchange pad files so it propagates around.

one interesting thing to look for is whether a site uses the description and screenshot from the pad file or makes their own.  some of these sites actually have people that try the programs and write their own summary and picture (for example see downloadsquad above), most just display the pad info.

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Hi, thanks for fSekrit, just the thing! We found it as a recommendation from Microsoft  :o in a Security white paper. It'd be great if it'd run on a Windows Mobile PDA too..... I'm just greedy! Thanks again, PhilJJZ

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W00t?

That's a joke, right? :tellme: - got a link to the whitepaper?

I don't have any experience with PDA programming, but I think there's an emulator somewhere... hmm. First priority is getting a new release done with some fixes, though.
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> "We found it as a recommendation from Microsoft in a Security white paper."

He f0dder, think about Sysinternals!

f0dder Inc., a company of MS Networks  ;D

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Hehe AbteriX, as if - wouldn't mind getting bought out for a couple million dollars though ;)

I guess this article might be what philjjz is referring to? Pretty vague and no links, but still - my app is mentioned at microsoft, cool 8)
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Hi, take a look at http://www.microsoft...against-hacking.mspx and see what you think! Sorry I'm a bit slow with the forum system.  Phil J

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Re: Post your links to places to read and add reviews of fsekrit here
« Reply #10 on: July 28, 2006, 12:07 PM »
No problem, philjjz, I found it myself through http://google.com/se...t+site:microsoft.com :). How did you yourself find that article, though?
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Re: Post your links to places to read and add reviews of fsekrit here
« Reply #11 on: January 19, 2018, 07:57 AM »
Make Use Of
7 Niche Windows Desktop Utilities You Must Try

https://www.makeuseo...s-desktop-utilities/

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Re: Post your links to places to read and add reviews of fsekrit here
« Reply #12 on: January 19, 2018, 05:19 PM »
Make Use Of
7 Niche Windows Desktop Utilities You Must Try
https://www.makeuseo...s-desktop-utilities/
Point of information re version currency:
  • The link given for fSekrit in the MakeUseOf post is: <http://f0dder.dcmembers.com/fsekrit.index.php>
  • The current "latest" link - since 9 Feb 2016 - for fSekrit seems to be not donationcoder.com but: <https://github.com/snemarch/fsekrit>, though there have apparently been no updates since Version 1.40, released on Dec. 3, 2009.

By the way, the Microsoft reference described in the above thread is no longer available, but can be found on Wayback:
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