MTop Software releases HTML

Security
MTop Software delivers Web site protection
MTop Software Inc. announces the release of version 3.5 of HTML Password Lock,a solution for limiting access to your Web site or HTML page by placing entry passwords.

Select an HTML file from the local computer, define username and password, click ‘Lock’ button at the last step and the Web page will be password protected. It allows you to protect Web pages with a single password or manage over 1,000 users/passwords. Besides, you get enhanced user information management, such as e-mail, full name and additional notes.

Pages protected with HTML Password Lock have the same compatibility with the browser as the usual ones. The pages will open in any browser without any additional browser extension. They support all hosting servers and can be published on CD, Flash disk or any other removable device.

HTML Password Lock provides protection and secures pages from pagejackers. Using the program, you can disable right mouse click, text selection, page printing, off-line page viewing and other options. This ability is important if you want to protect your content from theft and re-use on other sites. The program also lets you skip the routine by generating random passwords or even user/password series.

This version of HTML Password Lock comes with an expanded feature set. Now you will be able to create access conditions that suit your protection needs and provide the login experience to your Web site visitors. Please explore MTop’s site at http://www.mtopsoft.com to find out more about the product.

HTML Password Lock runs under all versions of Microsoft Windows and costs US$49.95 for a single-user licence. Licensed customers are entitled to the fully-functional version of the product, free technical support and free upgrades. Additional information on HTML Password Lock, as well as its free trial copy is available free of charge from http://www.mtopsoft.com.

Data Management

Heaventools launches PE Explorer 1.99

Heaventools Software announced the availability of PE Explorer 1.99, its software development tool for inspection and editing of Windows executable files. The PE Explorer release includes a digital signature viewer that enables verifying the signed executables and validating the software publisher’s identity. It also adds the ability to mark pre-Vista applications with a requested execution level, providing the way to deploy the same builds of the applications on both Windows Vista and Windows XP.

PE Explorer helps software companies determine if a binary is harmful by examining it manually and without relying on the automated scanning engines. The product includes functions for disassembly and inspection of unknown binaries, modification of the properties of executable files, plus customization and translation features.

PE Explorer is an integrated collection of tools that provides a framework for working with EXE, DLL, ActiveX controls and several other executable file formats that run on MS Windows 32-bit platforms. PE Explorer Disassembler helps developers figure out what software that they have no source code in a particular feature or function to the degree that they can either modify this code, or reproduce it in another independent work.

PE Explorer is available directly from the http://www.heaventools.com Web site. PE Explorer is priced at US$129 for a personal licence, the single-user business licence is US$199 and includes free technical support, free software updates, and maintenance releases for 18 months from the date of purchase. Volume discounts are available. PE Explorer runs under Windows 98/NT/2000/XP/2003 and Vista. Visit the Heaventools home page at http://www.heaventools.com to order PE Explorer or to download a time-limited trial version.

E-Business
NotePage releases RSSFilter that filters RSS feeds
NotePage Inc. announced the addition of RSSFilter to RSS scripts directory.

RSSFilter is a PHP script that filters the contents of an RSS feed. The filters can be defined by the publisher. RSSFilter uses rules to filter the items that are included from a feed in the resulting feed.

The allowed rules are currently: contains, does not contain, equal with, not equal with, begins with, does not begin with, ends with, does not end with, is empty, is not empty, alphabetically before, alphabetically after, before date, before or on date, on date, after date, after or on date, before time or after time.

RSSFilter supports RSS 2.0, 1.0, 0.9, 0.91, 0.92 and Atom 1.0, 0.3 feeds. RSSFilter also supports all of the RSS 2.0 item elements, as well as the elements in the iTunes, TrackBack and Dublin Core namespace extensions. These additional namespaces can also be filtered.

The RSSFilter script joins seven existing scripts in FeedForAll’s RSS Scripts directory. Access to the scripts directory is freely available to all registered users of FeedForAll and FeedForAll Mac, or a subscription to the scripts directory can be purchased for US$29.95. Current scripts contained in the directory include RSS Cache, FutureRSS, RSS2HTML, RSS2HTML Pro, RSS2SQL, SQL2RSS, RSSmesh, and now RSSFilter.

The RSS Cache script module expedites the retrieval and conversion of RSS feeds into html Web pages. The FutureRSS script enables Webmasters to prepare content for their RSS feeds in advance, and have it automatically appear at the desired date and time. The RSSmesh script allows for multiple RSS feeds to be merged into a single RSS feed. The SQL2RSS scripts allow users to generate RSS feeds from MySQL databases. The RSS2SQL script converts RSS feeds to a database, and the RSS2HTML Pro allows for advance manipulation and display of RSS feeds as HTML Web pages.

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