Digital Atlantic recovers CD and DVD

Digital Atlantic releases CDRoller 7.0
Digital Atlantic Corp. has released CDRoller 7.0 for Windows 95/98/ME/NT4/2000/XP/2003/Vista, a toolset for CD and DVD data recovery.

CDRoller retrieves the data from the discs created by “drag and drop” CD/DVD writing software, including the Roxio and Ahead Nero software packages. The program also finds, identifies and recovers deleted files, files on quick-formatted discs, and files on incorrectly closed discs.

CDRoller recovers CD and DVD data (photos and video clips), created by a set of standalone devices, including: Sony Mavica digital cameras, Hitachi, Sony, Panasonic and Canon DVD camcorders, personal DVD recorders, etc. An updated “Split video” automatically converts the recovered VOB or VRO files into a several MPEG fragments (scenes).

CDRoller 7.0 offers a “CD/DVD burn” option integrated into a common shell. You can backup your recovered data onto a new CD or DVD immediately after recovery, without leaving CDRoller. An “Erase” option blanks CD and DVD re-writable media.

CDRoller 7.0 has an updated “Recover DVD Video” with disc scan. You can start a new scan of the selected disc area, or resume scan where you left it before, or show a list of files found at the prior stages.

CDRoller 7.0 is available for Windows 95/98/ME/NT4/2000/XP/2003/Vista. It requires a Pentium or compatible CPU, nine megabytes of HDD space and a CD or DVD drive. CDRoller 7.0 costs US$34.00 for a single-user licence. Business and multi-user licences are available.  You can download a free trial (demo) version of CDRoller on the Web at

Data Management
TheDevShop transforms ideas into Web applications with no coding
TheDevShop has released version 5 of dbQwikSite, its Web application RAD tool. This release integrates to other Web authoring tools, as well as integrating more of the database design process. 

dbQwikSite provides a set of database table templates that can be mixed and matched to create new tables and field combinations.  Featured in version 5 is a Web form import tool.  Design a Web form, or pick one from the Web and import it to dbQwikSite.  In this process, dbQwikSite will analyze the form, and suggests a table structure based on the form design.

Version 5 introduces a “universal” database table editor. dbQwikSite V5 analyzes your current design against your changed data structures, and flagging design items that require attention. 

Version 5 offers HTML editor integration. User can assign HTML editor to replace the integrated HTML editor.  Users of Dreamweaver and FrontPage, or any other editor, can edit dbQwikSite HTML pages and HTML fragments, in their preferred HTML designer. dbQwikSite monitors all the files that are edited. dbQwikSite project pages which reference HTML modified outside of dbQwikSite, will display a warning the next time they are accessed in dbQwikSite.  It also allows users to automatically merge in external changes by clicking a “accept” or “reject” change link in the report.

This release is not limited to integration automation.  It also features advancements in the technical aspects of the software.  The code generation engine generates PHP, ASP, and  Windows Vista support is also part of this release.

dbQwikSite PE (Personal Edition) is a free edition creating branded pages.  There are four paid editions: Publisher, Express, PRO and Ecommerce, sold for US$39.95, US$99.95, US$149.95 and US$179.95 respectively. Free trial and additional information is available from

Acunetix releases Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner v5
Acunetix announced the Acunetix Reporter, a separate application which provides centralized control over reporting and documentation needs. The Reporter allows single-click reporting capability and features multiple reporting formats such as vulnerability and developer reports, compliance (including The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), OWASP TOP 10 2004, OWASP TOP 10 2007, Payment Card Industry (PCI), Sarbanes Oxley Act of 2002, Web Application Security Consortium: Threat Classification), comparison and also statistical reports. The Reporter allows reports to be exported as PDF, RTF, HTML, BMP and PRN formats.

The Web Services Scanner performs automated scans for Web Services and generates detailed security reports from the results.

Web Services Editor allows the importing of an online or local WSDL and the sending of custom operation inputs over the ServiceSOAP ports. Also includes in analysis of the WSDL structure, containing parameters in the XML schema and the various operations over the SOAP service ports.

Subdomain Scanner automatically scans a top-level domain to locate any subdomains configured in its hierarchy by using the target domain’s DNS server or by specifying one manually. Any subdomains discovered can be scanned for vulnerabilities from within the tool itself, or imported directly into the HTTP Editor for further analysis through custom requests.

Acunetix VWS is available in three versions: Small Business Version  (scans one nominated Web site), Enterprise Version (scans unlimited Web sites) and Consultant version (scans unlimited third party Web sites). Pricing starts at $1995 for a perpetual Small Business license and $5995 for a perpetual Enterprise licence.

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