Vilas will provide users with a characterized by advanced-guard, intuitive interface, compliant with the latest requirements for the emotional design (peopleware).
The thing that makes it different from the known FTP-clients is the presence of a group of functions for time analysis, allowing additional traffic control. In the professional versions, the control intervals are in approximately 1 microsecond. This allows the conversion of the product into a powerful instrument for real-time control.
Except the familiar file exchange systems,a possibility is provided for a local station to work on more than one server simultaneously. In its corporate versions, Vilas has the function of server-server exchange, as well as information transmission between a server and a group of servers and/or a group of local users.
-simple navigation for the home user
-setup and configuration menu
-efficient network connection by means of LAN, WLAN and VPN
-data exchange or local station operation with a user (to control), or with a server (for information transmission).
-local network station – data transmission to a server.
-Server-server data exchange.
-returns information from a server about the other servers on the same network.
-connection with other networks.
-easily create files on the server of the local station, which can be read or downloaded.
-view downloaded files in PDF format.
-convenient file exchanging of all types of files.
-view images, video files and PDF documents.
-emotional design, as user-friendly as possible.
-Remote operation of the whole system.
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EITunoff Version 7.5.1
EI Tunoff is an advanced, yet simple and compact, network, FTP and TLS encryption software. It allows secure transfer of all data in/out your computer, with encrypted information, accounting for security at all levels, from encoding to decryption.
EI Tunoff supports network encryption to secure transfer of data between computers across the Internet. It is also available for Windows 2000/NT/XP.
EI Tunoff provides two easy-to-use programs: for connection to the network and for transferring files between computers. Both allow secure data transfer and transfer of e-mail. By means of encryption, it is possible to secure e-mail transmission, with the use of one-time password to encrypt (by password), using a strong key to encrypt (for passwords, from 6 characters, through SHA-1 hash algorithm).
EI Tunoff supports file encryption using the well-known cryptography algorithms (file, folder, or all files in a folder). It is also possible to use two-factor authentication: EI Tunoff uses this method for data transmission.
The RSA or other algorithms are used to encrypt files and folders. Due to the fact that RSA does not support data of other types, the third mode of use is “file-folder”. This mode of use uses default encryption algorithm and the “strong mode” of RSA – ElGamal. You can choose from a number of options, including:
** Setting a security level: 5, 7, 10, 13, 15 and 16 bits.
Vilas Lite is Vilas Light software with the following functions:
– General FTP-transfer, such as: multiple transfers in batch, creation of folders, numbers of files, file renaming etc.
– Filtering by options: the possibility of characterizing, modifying and creating new folders;
– Control of transfers.
– FTP Logging with the possibility of configuring dates and times for log records.
Vilas is a powerful tool for bandwidth control and configuration of e-mail transmission. It can also establish the local/remote connection (file exchange) when it is necessary to work on more than one server. In its corporate versions, Vilas has the function of server-server exchange, as well as information transmission between a server and a group of servers and/or a group of local users. As for the usual FTP protocol, Vilas supports passive/active connection type.
In addition, Vilas can establish the encrypted connection (s/MIME) with the transfer of the encrypted message only. Vilas supports all the FTP protocols and also the RTP protocols. Vilas manages file operations (at the local or remote machines). Vilas is divided into various versions and each one provides its own set of features. Vilas support different communication types. Main function: Time synchronization between local/remote machine, band transmission between remote machines, remote file transfer, transfer of file, remote control, on-line (bypassing) encryption of e-mail messages (RTP).
Use cases: Network management, Bandwidth control, Data monitoring, Remote control.
Name: (user_name) (email_address)
Intro: This guide will guide you through the setup of your Vivas V2 (the setup of Vivas V2 is based on the setup of Vivas V1). This documentation was created when Vivas V2 was first released. So if you are upgrading from Vives V1 to Vives V2, you should not follow this document.
We assume that you are using the CMS-Client.
We also assume that you have cloned the CMS (content management system), CMS_Aplikacija, by doing the steps in the following document and that you have run the setup Vivas V2 with the CMS_Aplikacija CMS like below (The CMS-Client is called in the setup)
./setup -client -CMS_Client=cms-client
Instructions for the end users:
Install the client in /opt. The client will be in /opt/cms_client
Make a copy of the cms directory located in /var/vmware-appserver-storage-home/.vmware/app-bundle/data/cms/client/
Extract the CMS_Aplikacija to /opt/cms_aplikac
Category:Software distributionGeorge Ross (swimmer)
George Ross (born August 8, 1958) is an American former competitive swimmer and Olympic medalist. He is the youngest of three brothers who all swam for the United States at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal. His twin brother Mark was the second-oldest, and Danny was the oldest of the three siblings.
Ross attended Murfreesboro High School in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, where he was teammates with fellow Olympic swimmers Mark Spitz and Alan Howe. He received a swimming scholarship to the University of Tennessee, where he swam for coach Jerrie Tubb’s Tennessee Volunteers swimming team in NCAA swimming and diving for four years.
At the 1975 Pan American Games, Ross swam the 100-yard butterfly, the backstroke, and the freestyle relay with brother Mark and teammate Christopher Lambert. Ross won two gold medals at the games, the 100-yard butterfly (short course) and the 4×100-yard freestyle relay (short course), and a silver medal as part of the U.S. team in the 4×100-yard freestyle relay (long course).
At the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, Ross received the bronze medal in the 4×100-yard freestyle relay, setting a world record in the process. As a member of the U.S. team that finished third in the event final behind the Soviet Union and East Germany, Ross swam the second leg of the relay, and broke two world records in the process. Ross set a record in the 50-meter butterfly with a time of 21.72 seconds. He repeated the feat again later in the same night’s swimming events in the 100-meter butterfly, setting a new world record of 53.14 seconds.
Ross was one of five swimmers invited to swim with the U.S. team at the 1977 World Aquatics Championships in Perth, Australia. He did not compete in any of the individual or relay races.
Ross set two world records in the 100-meter backstroke: at the 10th FINA World Championships in Belgrade, Serbia, on July 19, 1978, he completed the race in 53.35 seconds, and in the 1980 season opener at USC, Ross swam the 100-meter backstroke in the team’s first heat with a time of 53.84 seconds, which resulted in a gold medal.
You will need a Windows 7/8/10 computer to play!
OS: Windows 7/8/10
Windows 7/8/10 Processor: Intel Core i3-530 or AMD equivalent
Intel Core i3-530 or AMD equivalent RAM: 6GB
6GB Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 or AMD Radeon HD 6450 or equivalent
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 or AMD Radeon HD 6450 or equivalent Hard Drive: 40GB (32GB recommended)
40GB (32GB recommended) Additional Notes: The auto-play feature is