Finally, winLiveBack v4.4 is here to rescue you from a similar situation. winLiveBack is a similar to U3Bid of WinRar, with the difference that this application is free and not for sale.
What is winLiveBack?
LiveBack is a tool that allows you to get a backup of your entire Windows XP installation, which you can then get to work on a new computer, where you can easily restore the programs and data you needed, leaving your old PC ready for its next adventure.
One of the most common reasons why we need to get a backup of our PC system is when we’re about to upgrade the OS. Now, we can easily move the whole installation to the new PC, with all the settings and applications we need. Alternatively, we can also take the files we already have to the new PC and start using them to access everything we used to have.
winLiveBack is a tool that does just that. In other words, this tool allows you to restore your old PC to its original condition, if anything goes wrong with your new PC.
What is the use of winLiveBack?
There are two main reasons for you to use winLiveBack:
If your new PC is configured with a clean installation of Windows XP, you can easily restore the old PC to its original state by simply following the instructions in the manual. This will allow you to access everything you had before, without any ‘stinky’ errors, that you would have to clean up after every time you wanted to use the system.
If your new PC already has some software installed and your ‘system’ is not configured in such a way that it allows you to easily get the files you need, you might need to look for a tool to help you restore the system. winLiveBack is one of these tools, since it does all the work for you, if you follow the simple instructions contained in the manual.
Integration with WinRAR:
As we said, winLiveBack is a tool that is built to get a backup of your entire Windows XP installation, but we can also use it to get back into your system when things go wrong with your new PC. In other words, we can use it as a sort of ‘Restore’ option.
This means that winLiveBack will look at your new PC’s registry and use the information it finds there to recreate your old PC�
The application gives you a quick and easy way to create and apply various firewall rules as well as a robust and highly configurable interface. With RDMon, you can easily block and/or allow IP addresses to gain access to your computer through Remote Desktop Protocol. Upon the detection of a connection from an IP address which has been previously added, RDMon displays the corresponding IP address and the attack from which the connection is generated. You can then remove the IP address from the IP table and apply a new, more restrictive rule with just a few clicks.
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We reviewed 328 gastric cancer cases treated by endoscopic resection (ER) from May 1990 to April 2000. Of them, 68.8% were diagnosed as early gastric cancer. ER was performed in 38.2% of the patients with early gastric cancer and 88.2% of them underwent ER successfully. While there were seven cases of type 1 gastric cancer, the prevalence was 19.7% of the total gastric cancer cases in this period. In the cases with type 1 gastric cancer, ER was attempted in 6 cases, and 3 out of 6 cases showed complete resection. There were 3 cases of type 3 and 11 cases of type 4 gastric cancers. Perforation happened in 3 cases; three of them recovered completely. In the cases with advanced gastric cancer, the number of ER was very small. The 3- and 5- year survival rates of early gastric cancer were 92.5% and 83.4%, respectively, in the cases that underwent ER. The 3- and 5-year survival rates of the total cases with early gastric cancer was 80.4% and 72.9%, respectively. ER was an easy and safe method for the treatment of gastric cancer.
The main window shows the status of your system along with current and historical attacks detected, as well as the state and configuration of your Firewall.
RDMon User Guide:
The most important controls on the main window are:
· Detect Attacks
· Add IP to Block List
· Edit Firewall Rules
· Edit Firewall Rules
· Restart Firewall
· Remove IP from Block List
· Close Program
There are also three tabs to configure the list of IP addresses you can block through the Remote Desktop Protocol, as well as Rules to be created.
On the first tab ‘Detect Attacks’, you can see:
· An icon to indicate the current attack situation and an option to clear it at any time.
· An icon to inform you about detected attacks and an option to clear them at any time.
· The list of currently blocked IP addresses, in which you can find all the IP addresses that are currently blocking you, as well as the precise dates on which they were created.
You can see a detail view of every single IP address at the end of the ‘Blocked IP Addresses’ list and you can also access all the settings in a single click on them.
Now here is where you can add new IP addresses to the list to block; just press on the button to the right of the ‘Add IP to Block List’ field. When the system stops you are alerting, you can easily block the IP addresses that are attacking your system through the Remote Desktop Protocol.
If you happen to be on an IP address that does not belong to you and you wish to block it through the Firewall, you can add it to the ‘Blocked IP Addresses’ list by clicking on the button in the ‘Add IP to Block List’ field and then typing in the address, where the IP address will be added to the list.
When you are satisfied with the configuration of the list, you can click on the button to the right of the list, which will let you close RDMon or simply save it as a template for further use.
The next tab to configure, and that it is the one that will enable you to create and edit Firewall rules, is ‘Edit Firewall Rules’, where you can find all the currently configured IP addresses to be blocked.
RDMon is a simple and very easy to handle piece of software whose main purpose is to assist you in setting up specific Firewall rules in order to block the access of certain IP addresses to your PC through Remote Desktop Protocol.
The utility does not require installation in order to function properly on your computer, so you can just run the executable and get started, but you do need to have RDP enabled.
Because it is a portable tool, you can easily take it with you wherever you go on a USB drive or other removable memory devices, running it on any machine you need, without it leaving a trace when removed.
Swiftly block the IP addresses where your computer has been attacked from
After having configured your Firewall and the Remote Desktop Protocol, you can launch the application and it will automatically run minimized in the notification area, in order to not interfere with your regular activities.
Whenever you are alerted about at attack, you should open the main window of RDMon and click on the targeted IP address from the ‘Detected Attacks’ list, then press on ‘Add IP to Block List’. For the rule to be created and applied by your Firewall, you will need to restart it, which can also be done from the main window of this program, by pressing on the corresponding button.
As time goes by and your system becomes the target of multiple attacks, you will be able to continuously update the list of ‘Blocked IP Ranges’, so as to permanently prevent any future attempts from those addresses.
A handy Firewall rule creator
Overall, RDMon proves to be a useful and efficient application that you can resort to should you ever want to increase your level of protection, when using RDP to connect to your computer from afar.
SSH is a server-side application that allows you to remotely connect to your computer, by means of a simple and free application installed on your computer which talks to a server that is always present on the Internet.
You don’t need to install anything on your computer or use any kind of software; the application will connect to the server and allow you to talk to your machine. In addition, the application will allow you to do absolutely anything you need from your computer – access your files, run and install applications, etc.
SSH is designed to be used on a wide range of computers and devices, ranging from almost any PC to almost any mobile device (cell phones, tablets, P
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• Graphics: Intel HD 3000
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