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  2. Stig

    DivX 10.8.4

    Is DivX dead?
  3. Soda120

    SmartFTP Client 9.0.2735.0

    New Patch : Site: https://mega.nz Sharecode: /#!CYkVQAYa!_Vyvy8tJ56xoF3fI207T20Mz4l8qc_sTfczlt8MerXE Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode: /files/11023523/SmartFTP_Client_Enterprise_9.0.2735.rar.html
  4. Cerberus FTP Server Enterprise 11.0.7.0 (x86/x64) Cerberus FTP Server is a secure and reliable file transfer solution. For demanding IT professionals, featuring advanced SSH, SFTP and FTPS security with the flexibility and scalability your business needs. Provides industrial strength secure SSL/TLS encryption and powerful FTP server performance without sacrificing ease-of-use. Designed to use very little CPU and memory, Cerberus features a user-friendly interface that can be easily hidden or accessed from the system tray. The server is able to listen for connections on multiple interfaces (Multi-homed PCs), integrate with the Windows NT user database or Active Directory. Moreover it able to run as an NT service, resume failed transfers. Also offers an easy-to-use manager for controlling user access to files and file operations. Connection limit, timeout, and IP access you can control by the administrator as well as a variety of other settings. In addition, Cerberus FTP Server offers statistics on connections as well as robust logging capabilities. Homepage: https://www.cerberusftp.com Changelog: https://www.cerberusftp.com/products/releasenotes/ Download Page: https://www.cerberusftp.com/download/ Installer (32-bit) : Site:https://www.cerberusftp.com Sharecode: /files/CerberusInstall.exe Installer (64-bit) : Site:https://www.cerberusftp.com Sharecode: /files/CerberusInstall64.exe Setup + Cracked (x86 / x64) : Site: https://mega.nz Sharecode: /#!jIUWiQyB!4Nd_LdB-F3gke2ZZ0RGxbL94KkNTNwkenAETciatDDo Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode: /files/11023477/Cerberus_FTP_Server_Enterprise_11.0.7.0.rar.html
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  6. T3rM1nat0Rr3

    SmartFTP Client 9.0.2735.0

    SmartFTP allows you to transfer files across the Internet. It features an Explorer-like, customizable interface and supports drag-and-drop functions. Multiple FTP connections can be opened at the same time, and you can copy files from one remote host to another (FXP). Remote-host directory information is cached for future viewing, and FTP URLs are supported. Other features include a Favourites list; the ability to resume broken downloads; multiple part transfers; a global history; background transfers; proxy support; a passive transfer mode; and the ability to perform recursive downloads, uploads, and deletes. Thanks to cybpsych for the update. Download
  7. T3rM1nat0Rr3

    Calibre 4.9.1

    This freeware application is the ultimate eBook library manager. Use this application to catalogue your extensive eBook collection (featuring support for similarly extensive metadata). From there, you can convert your files to a variety of supported formats, depending on which reader you're using to actually view your eBooks. And don't worry, you can use Calibre to synchronize your information and files straight to your device. Take that, extraneous applications. Oh, and did we mention that Calibre can convert RSS feeds into "eBooks," perfect for reading your day's news without the need for an Internet connection. Thanks to Astron for the update. Download
  8. bayer

    Roboform 7 Replacement ...

    Do the upgrade to 8 and all ypu browser integration problems will be gone.. a purchase nag is not bad.. it only comes a few times.. prob 1 a month askinu to sync online.. but u can ignore this since u will use it in offline mode.. get to know KeePass.. i think it is the best solution for you sonce it is free online is actively developed..
  9. Only Patches by yaschir : Link : SiteURL : https://anonfile.com ShareCode : /Rb04v9O6n8/4K_Video_Downloader_v4.11.0.3360_Patch_-_ysc_zip Mirror1 : SiteURL : https://www.upload.ee ShareCode : /files/11003914/4K_Video_Downloader_v4.11.0.3360_Patch_-_ysc.zip.html Mirror2 : SiteURL : https://www.solidfiles.com ShareCode : /v/882xaxmZ5nLpK
  10. Tristen

    Bongiovi DPS v2.2.3.3

    i get bluescreens i needed to run in security mode and deinstall it and now i cant install it again. I tryed to copie the dll manuall.
  11. Obiviously court will reverse the decision, but since MPA seems to still targeting PopcornTime, sooner or later they will do whatever they have in power to get them screwed.
  12. Dce3480

    The Final Countdown #7 Continue

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  13. Firefox users who are deeply disappointed that they will miss out on having their chosen search engine changed without their permission should be comforted by this... Source: Microsoft Search in Bing and Office 365 ProPlus (Microsoft) --- As someone commented on the Ars Technica article...
  14. Edgar.Elooo

    The Final Countdown #7 Continue

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  15. monstertruckpa

    AVG TuneUp 2019 (1 Year)

    PcTuneUp is an crap, since it dealing with AVG gives the false belief that you're protected and optimized by a signed company from centralized conglomerate structures, and this is totally wrong, tuneup is totally opposed because required installation with tons of packets, tree own registrys, and background services sucking many resources of your pc, installing all this is definitive pure lie in its promises .
  16. g8194189

    XnConvert 1.83 (x86/x64) + Portable

    Site: https://www.upload.ee Sharecode: /files/11023189/XnSoft.All.Products.Keygen-AT4RE.rar.html
  17. SmartFTP Client 9.0.2735.0 Download | 32-bit - https://www.smartftp.com/get/SFTPMSI86.exe Download | 64-bit - https://www.smartftp.com/get/SFTPMSI64.exe Download Page - https://www.smartftp.com/download
  18. Lexionline

    The Final Countdown #7 Continue

    Vintage Rare Old Brick 🙂 Nokia _1611
  19. The mummified body of the ancient Egyptian priest Nesyamun underwent medical scans in 2018 so that a copy of its vocal tract could be made. (Image: © Leeds Teaching Hospitals/Leeds Museums and Galleries) The voice of an ancient Egyptian priest has been heard for the first time in more than 3,000 years, thanks to a detailed reconstruction of his vocal tract from his mummified remains. The project researchers used interior medical scans of the famous mummy of Nesyamun — now resting in the Leeds City Museum in the United Kingdom — to create a digital, 3D model of the insides of the individual's throat and mouth, which were reproduced on a 3D printer. The 3D-printed vocal tract was then combined with an artificial larynx to recreate a single sound from Nesyamun's voice — a sound not heard since the 11th century B.C. The researchers said the sound is a "fundamental frequency" of Nesyamun's voice, lying somewhere between the vowel sound in the English words "bed" and "bad." But determining how Nesyamun's voice sounded was complicated by the position of the head of his mummy and its deterioration over time, the researchers said. vid "Nesyamun's vocal tract posture is not set for speaking any specific vowel; rather it is set appropriate for his burial position," the researchers wrote in Scientific Reports. "In addition, his tongue has lost much of its muscle bulk, and his soft palate is missing." Previous efforts to reproduce ancient voices could only approximate them, by animating facial reconstructions with software. In comparison, the sound of Nesyamun's voice is based on "an extant vocal tract preserved over three millennia," the researchers wrote. Nesyamun lived around 1100 B.C., during the reign of the 20th Dynasty Egyptian king Ramesses XI, according to the Leeds City Museum. He rose to the high rank of "waab priest" at the temple complex at Karnak, near Luxor in Upper Egypt, on the east bank of the Nile River. That meant he was permitted to approach the statue of Amun, then the foremost of the ancient Egyptian gods, in Karnak's sacred inner sanctum. Nesyamun is thought to have died in his late 50s from a severe allergic reaction. Almost 3,000 years later, his mummy was discovered at Karnak and transported to the Leeds City Museum in 1823. His remains and ornate coffin have since become some of the world's best researched relics of ancient Egypt. Nesyamun's mummy was a good choice for studying the sound of an ancient voice, said David Howard, the lead author of the new research and a professor of electronic engineering at Royal Holloway, part of the University of London. "It was particularly suited, given its age and preservation [of its soft tissues], which is unusual," Howard told Live Science. He said he hopes the scientific understanding of how human voices are created can be combined with knowledge of the ancient Egyptian language to reconstruct longer passages of Nesyamun's speech. The idea to re-create Nesyamun's voice came from a collaboration between Howard and his co-author, University of York archaeologist John Schofield. Schofield had seen Howard demonstrate his "vocal tract organ," an instrument that produces sounds from 3D-printed copies of human vocal tracts, and the two scholars' discussions turned to Nesyamun's mummy. "The stars aligned, essentially," Schofield told Live Science. Before examining the mummy, the researchers had to deal with ethical concerns related to examining a person without their consent. They used nondestructive research methods, and took into account inscriptions on his coffin, relating that Nesyamun hoped again to "to address the gods as he had in his working life." The researchers interpreted that to indicate his desire to speak again after death. "We are in a way fulfilling his declared wishes," Howard said. Howard and Schofield said they hope a reconstruction of Nesyamun's speech, perhaps reciting an ancient Egyptian prayer, can be featured at the Karnak temple in Egypt for modern tourists. "When visitors encounter the past, it is usually a visual encounter," said Schofield. "With this voice, we can change that." sauce
  20. Humans began transporting and growing banana in Vanuatu 3000 years ago, a University of Otago scientist has discovered. The discovery is the earliest evidence of humans taking and cultivating banana in to what was the last area of the planet to be colonised. In an article published this week in Nature Human Behaviour, Dr Monica Tromp, Senior Laboratory Analyst at the University of Otago’s Southern Pacific Archaeological Research (SPAR), found microscopic particles of banana and other plants trapped in calcified dental plaque of the first settlers of Vanuatu. The finds came from 3000-year-old skeletons at the Teouma site on Vanuatu’s Efate Island. Dr Tromp used microscopy to look for ‘microparticles’ in the plaque, also known as dental calculus, scraped from the teeth of the skeletons. That allowed her to discover some of the plants people were eating and using to make materials like fabric and rope in the area when it was first colonised. Teouma is the oldest archaeological cemetery in Remote Oceania, a region that includes Vanuatu and all of the Pacific islands east and south, including Hawaii, Rapa Nui and Aotearoa. The Teouma cemetery is unique because it is uncommon to find such well-preserved archaeological burials in the Pacific. Bone generally does not preserve in hot and humid climates and the same is true for things made of plant materials and also food. The first inhabitants of Vanuatu were people associated with the Lapita cultural complex who originated in Island South East Asia and sailed into the Pacific on canoes, reaching the previously uninhabited islands of Vanuatu around 3000 years ago. The findings were made from 3,000-year-old skeletons at Teouma, the oldest archaeological cemetery in Remote Oceania, a region that includes Vanuatu and all of the Pacific Islands east and South, including Hawaii, Rapa Nui and Aotearoa. Credit : University of Otago There has been debate about how the earliest Lapita people survived when they first arrived to settle Vanuatu and other previously untouched islands in the Pacific. It is thought Lapita people brought domesticated plants and animals with them on canoes – a transported landscape. But direct evidence for these plants had not been found at Teouma until Dr Tromp’s study. “One of the big advantages of studying calcified plaque or dental calculus is that you can find out a lot about otherwise invisible parts of people’s lives,” Dr Tromp says. Plaque calcifies very quickly and can trap just about anything you put inside of your mouth – much like the infamous Jurassic Park mosquito in amber – but they are incredibly small things that you can only see with a microscope.” The study began as part of Dr Tromp’s PhD research in the Department of Anatomy and involved collaboration with the Vanuatu Cultural Centre, Vanuatu National Herbarium and the community of Eratap village – the traditional landowners of the Teouma site. Dr Tromp spent hundreds of hours in front of a microscope finding and identifying microparticles extracted from thirty-two of the Teouma individuals. The positive identification of banana (Musa sp.) is direct proof it was brought with the earliest Lapita populations to Vanuatu. Palm species (Arecaceae) and non-diagnostic tree and shrub microparticles were also identified, indicating these plants were also important to the lives of this early population, possibly for use as food or food wrapping, fabric and rope making, or for medicinal purposes, Dr Tromp says. “The wide, and often unexpected range of things you can find in calcified plaque makes what I do both incredibly exciting and frustrating at the same time.” sauce
  21. aum

    The Final Countdown #7 Continue

    1612 Galileo Galilei becomes the first astronomer to observe the planet Neptune when in conjunction with Jupiter, yet he mistakenly catalogues it as a fixed star, because of its extremely slow motion along the ecliptic. Neptune is not truly discovered until 1846, about 234 years after Galileo first sights it with his telescope.
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  23. Martin40

    Folder Guard 20.1 Multilingual

    Use this: https://www.nsaneforums.com/topic/306853-my-lockbox-pro-v413720
  24. smug

    Debotnet 0.3.0

    Debotnet v0.3.0 A free and portable tool for controlling Windows 10's many privacy-related settings and keep your personal data private. Reclaim privacy on Windows 10 with Debotnet! The Windows 10 default privacy settings leave a lot to be desired when it comes to protecting you and your private information. Whenever I set up a new computer or update a current setup for my family or job, I always carefully go through the privacy settings for each install, making sure to lock it down to make it as private as possible. Windows 10 has raised several concerns about privacy due to the fact that it has a lot of telemetry and online features, which send your data (sensitive and not) to Microsoft and can't be disabled, which means Microsoft can: Run software on your computer without your consent Get data from your computer without your consent Remove software and files from your computer without your consent This qualifies Windows 10 as malware, and more specifically, a botnet. Debotnet requires Windows 10 including both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. Features Disable telemetry and online features, which send your data (sensitive and not) to Microsoft Choose which unwanted functions you wish to disable Debotnet will show you what it's doing. You have full control, because the executing code can be viewed in a simple text editor Simple scripting engine for adding custom privacy rules Debug mode. E.g. the Test mode lets you see which values are twisted in registry or commands executed Scripts updated on GitHub Modern and familiar UI, with theme support Small footprint. No installation required. Portable Homepage: https://www.mirinsoft.com/ms-apps/debotnet Changelog v0.3.0: Optimized initialization routine and fixed some bugs Added script to "Disable Input Personalization" Added script to "Turn off Windows spotlight features" Added script do disable "forced driver updates" Optimized several scripts and fixed several misspelling errors [thanks to @strotee ] Several stability improvements Minor UI improvements Minor bug fixes Download: https://github.com/mirinsoft/debotnet/releases/download/0.3.0/debotnet.zip
  25. Dce3480

    The Final Countdown #7 Continue

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  27. HandyPAF

    Surfshark VPN 2.5.8

    Surfshark VPN is a VPN provider. A Virtual Private Network (VPN) allows you to securely connect to the internet, hides your IP address, and protects your data by sending it via an encrypted tunnel. They are located in the British Virgin Islands, making them susceptible to no data retention laws. This allows them not only to claim having a “no-logs” policy but to actually store no logs. Also, Surfshark is confident enough to call an independent audit upon themselves. COMPANY NAME: Surfshark Ltd. BUSINESS LOCATION: British Virgin Islands NUMBER OF SERVERS: 800+ GLOBAL PRESENCE: 50+ countries Your plan includes: Unlimited devices Unlimited and fast content delivery No logs policy Uncompromised security and privacy 24/7 customer service Enterprise-grade infrastructure and reliability 30-day Money Back Guarantee ---------- Requirements: Windows 7 or later macOS 10.12 or later Works on Ubuntu, Debian iOS 9.0 or later Android OS 5.0 or later Discount Codes: SHARKSTART CYBERWEEK19 ---------- This program requires a paid subscription to Surfshark VPN. There is no free trial but they do offer a 30-day Money Back Guarantee. Home: https://surfshark.com/ Download: PC | Mac | Linux iPhone | Android | APK for Android | Amazon FireStick
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