Archive for July, 2006

TorK – An Anonymity Manager for KDE

This is my most active project at the moment. TorK is an Anonymity Manager for the KDE Desktop. Browse anonymously on Konqueror/Firefox/Opera. Send anonymous email via the MixMinion network. Use ssh/irc/IM anonymously. Control and monitor your anonymous traffic on the Tor network.

Tor is a software application that allows you to anonymize your activity on the internet. For a full description of what Tor does, see here . TorK allows you to configure, run and update Tor. It makes anonymizing your internet use easier. It also allows you to view the Tor network and choose how you would like to interact with the network.

http://tork.sf.net

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KlamAV – A KDE Anti-Virus Manager

My stab at an anti-virus manager for KDE. It sits on top of the ClamAV scanning engine and provides a number of useful features such as scheduled updates, automatic upgrades, on-access scanning, manual scanning, scheduled scanning, virus research, event logging, quarantine management and integration with KMail, KDE’s mail client. It received a number of nice write-ups in online and print media – as well as an approving nod from the ClamAV founder, Tomasz Kojm. It is a default component in Mandriva 2006 (a popular Linux distribution) and is packaged by a number of others, including Kubuntu. Follow the link for more details.

http://www.klamav.net

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