Look what we just Launched :)

Coolest Secure Collobration Tool and Easy VPN


Sweet :stuck_out_tongue:

People don’t yet fully understand what it can do…
go ahead and play with it…
if you don’t love it… then check your heart… cos you won’t have one!!! :slight_smile:


I notice in several posts that this is something truly awesome to you Melih :slight_smile:

As I don’t use the tool, nor have the need right now (I think!), I’m just curious: What is the most awesome thing in your opinion? That you can communicate in privacy (encrypted) over the internet?

Thanks. :slight_smile:

  1. Creating VPN as easy as one click between any two computer. As a result of that you can access your files and network drives remotely and share them with others securely. (this puts two or PCs in the same Network!)
  2. Ability to remotely view/take over PC securely (imagine, you want to help someone remotely… now you can do it securely and with a single click)
  3. Secure IM chat

Now: if you look at VPN capability, now you can share your computer with friends families and listen to music together, you can print remotely, you can share files, access network drives and play games as if you are on the same LAN (same network) (well you are!). And so on…


Ah, thanks, that clarifies it to me. :slight_smile:

I took a look at Melih’s link to Easy VPN yesterday and returned this morning to review the information again. When I clicked the link, this is what I got.

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That’s not too good. :-\

How do you get it “unreported”?

BTW, I don’t get that when I go to www.comodo.com . ???

I can confirm this, I get the same warning… hmmm… :THNK


according to Google security advisory this site contains 2 scripting exploits…

What browser are you two using? Me=Firefox, like always. :slight_smile:

you say you use firefox… that warning message is warning message that comes with firefox 3… it is the improved phising filter and blocking mechanism in firefox… Mozilla gets the list of bad webpages from stop badware.org and GooooooooooooGle…

I got through a minute a go by ignoring,now i`m getting a 404 >:(

Matt :THNK

It`s working now,can anyone confirm the download size for 32bit version,it says 4.3 but i downloaded 4.9(gonna run it through a few scanners)

4,88 MB (5 120 512 byte)

MD5/SHA 1 match up,size could just be a typo

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64 bit version: 6,30 MB (6 606 848 byte)

Virustotal says its clean(32 bit),think ill wait though ;D

Antivirus Version Last Update Result a-squared 2009.02.21 - AhnLab-V3 2009.2.21.0 2009.02.21 - AntiVir 2009.02.21 - Authentium 2009.02.21 - Avast 4.8.1335.0 2009.02.20 - AVG 2009.02.21 - BitDefender 7.2 2009.02.21 - CAT-QuickHeal 10.00 2009.02.20 - ClamAV 0.94.1 2009.02.21 - Comodo 983 2009.02.20 - DrWeb 2009.02.21 - eSafe 2009.02.19 - eTrust-Vet 31.6.6368 2009.02.20 - F-Prot 2009.02.21 - F-Secure 8.0.14470.0 2009.02.21 - Fortinet 2009.02.21 - GData 19 2009.02.21 - Ikarus T3. 2009.02.21 - K7AntiVirus 7.10.639 2009.02.21 - Kaspersky 2009.02.21 - McAfee 5532 2009.02.21 - McAfee+Artemis 5532 2009.02.21 - Microsoft 1.4306 2009.02.21 - NOD32 3875 2009.02.21 - Norman 6.00.06 2009.02.20 - nProtect 2009.1.8.0 2009.02.21 - Panda 2009.02.21 - PCTools 2009.02.21 - Prevx1 V2 2009.02.21 - Rising 2009.02.21 - SecureWeb-Gateway 6.7.6 2009.02.21 - Sophos 4.39.0 2009.02.21 - Sunbelt 3.2.1855.2 2009.02.17 - Symantec 10 2009.02.21 - TheHacker 2009.02.21 - TrendMicro 8.700.0.1004 2009.02.20 - VBA32 2009.02.21 - ViRobot 2009.2.20.1617 2009.02.20 - VirusBuster 2009.02.21 - Additional information File size: 5120512 bytes MD5...: 4a6934399d28e9f4123fd87cc8ea68cf SHA1..: a6c093730082d90524c2cece64dca314179ca27e SHA256: 271c227b9bb3e93c1ab96dbc3138cb4ca2a1bf92c83dee92de3722b909d4d131 SHA512: 7f36bee877c017d324537810ad0bf43e50a14ae039ef653745b4b2f3be8a3711 08151cd69d648ecbee39dc6fb0e0818c9ffbe5efeb86c0a29cdb0fed034747f5


Just to let you all know, I’ve been running it now for a day and I’m not infected or so, it runs fine 88)


Haha You should add me :slight_smile:

and I’ve been running it for a while and CIS Didn’t pop up anything…

(Remote Desktop Doesn’t Work Though :frowning: )

The files are digitally signed by Comodo CA Limited, so they can’t have been modified, can they? :wink:

Added =)