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ImTranslator 10.56 (Donationware)
Browser add-on that helps you access multiple online translation services such as Google Translate or Microsoft Bing Translator.

Head Basketball 1.4.4 (Freeware)
Man to man basketball game that features intuitive controls and allows you to play against your friends on the same machine, or in multiplayer mode

Toby for Chrome 0.4.7 (Freeware)
Chrome extension that offers you the possibility to increase your productivity by keeping your tabs organized by category or any other criteria

KakaoTalk 2.2.7 (Freeware)
A light and simple application that enables you to stay in touch with your friends by chatting online, and integrates file transfer capabilities.

Wizard Pro 1.9.7 (Demo)
Data analysis tool that comes with a user-friendly interface and offers you the possibility to create charts and histograms to analyze the content

World of Tanks Blitz 3.9.0 (Freeware)
Online battle game that puts you on the battle filed to combat with other players from all over the world while getting access to an extensive collection of tanks

shootShifter 5.0 (Demo)
Effortlessly and quickly rename and de-date folders containing images with the help of this streamlined and user-friendly utility

Express Burn 6.11 (Ad-supported)
A lightweight and user-friendly application that enables you to quickly and easily burnt audio tracks, videos and data to CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray discs

NoteBurner iTunes DRM Audio Converter 2.2.0 (Demo)
Convert iTunes music to MP3 or AAC and save the output files on your Mac, with this straightforward and easy-to-use OS X application

PocketSmith 0.1.2 Beta (Freemium)
Easy to use personal finance designed to keep a close eye on your historical and future financial situation, with cash flow forecasts and budget tracking capabilities

Image Tricks Lite 3.9 (Freeware)
Ggive a fresh look to your images by applying custom effects and filters, adding graphic elements, inserting borders or working with masks

Browser ChooserX 1.4.1 (Freeware)
Send links to different web browsers installed on your system by defining multiple sorting rules that will be applied by this simple yet efficient macOS app

ImageFramer 4.0 Build 1280 (Demo)
Enables you to quickly add different frames to your photos and paintings and helps you visualize how it would look on your wall.

Parallels Toolbox 1.7.0 Build 1026 (Shareware)
Deal with common tasks in a time efficient manner by using this tools collection that features multiple apps that can be accessed through the same user interface

Adobe AIR / Beta (Freeware)
A cross-platform runtime designed to help developers use once code to develop native applications for Mac OS X, Windows, iOS, Android and other mobile devices

Qt 5.8.0 / 5.9.0 RC (Shareware)
A cross-platform and versatile rich-client and server application development framework that provides support for C++ development

Comic Collector 17.0.4 (Demo)
Keep track of your favorite comic books and get extensive metadata details about each title from the online database

IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate Edition 2017.1.3 Build 171.4424.56 / 2017.1.4 Build 171.4694.9 EAP / 2017.2 Build 172.2273.8 EAP (Trial)
A powerful, versatile and user-friendly Java IDE specially designed to improve your productivity with the help of numerous tools and features

Adobe DNG Converter (Freeware)
A small but powerful macOS application that helps you to convert camera raw image files to the more versatile Digital Negative (DNG) format

VanDyke ClientPack 8.1.3 Build 1382 (Shareware)
A collection of command-line utilities that use the Secure Shell libraries to allow you to securely automate your routine file transfers

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First LXQt-Based Lubuntu 17.10 Daily Builds Surface, Here's What It Looks Like
Lubuntu maintainer Simon Quigley was kind enough to inform us today about the availability of the first daily build ISO images of the upcoming Lubuntu 17.10 (Artful Aardvark) operating system, with the LXQt desktop environment. The development cycle of the Ubuntu 17.10 (Artful Aardvark) operating system started two months ago when Canonical's Adam Conrad gave the green light to all maintainers and developers involved in the project, and the first Alpha milestone is now approaching fast. Simon Quigley of the Lubuntu team took things very seriously for this cycle and published earlier what would appear to be the very first Live ISO images of Lubuntu Next 17.10 (Artful Aardvark), the umbrella under which the development of Lubuntu Linux built around the LXQt desktop environment takes place these days. We know that many Lubuntu fans want to hear news about an official Lubuntu image with LXQt, so there you have it. You can

CloudLinux 7 Stable Kernel Security Update Patches Multiple Issues, Update Now
CloudLinux's Mykola Naugolnyi today announced the availability of a new stable kernel update for users of the CloudLinux 7 and CloudLinux 6 Hybrid operating systems, addressing multiple security issues and bugs. This new CloudLinux 7 stable kernel comes less than 24 hours after the release of the Beta kernel with the same version number, specifically 3.10.0-614.10.2.lve1.4.50, which replaces kernel-3.10.0-427.36.1.lve1.4.47 and it's available for download as we speak from the production repository of CloudLinux 7 operating system series. As you already know from our report on the Beta kernel release, this updated kernel version improves the fix for the CVE-2017-7895 security issue, but it also looks like it patches ...

Unreal Engine 4.16 Game Engine Launches with More Than 160 Improvements
Epic Games' Alexander Paschall today announced the immediate availability of version 4.16 of the cross-platform and free Unreal Engine game engine for GNU/Linux, macOS, and Microsoft Windows operating systems. Unreal Engine 4.16 comes more than three months after the previous update, version 4.15, and some exciting new animation and rendering features, notable performance improvements that would benefit console and mobile game developers, as well as a bunch of quality of life enhancements. According to the release notes, Unreal Engine 4.16 introduces an amazing new Volumetric Fog feature that lets game developers enhance the mood of their game environments by automatically rendering realistic smoke and fog effects that offer consistent lighting on every inch of the scene, no matter its size. "Create incredible ambiance and mood in your environments using the new Volumetric Fog," said...

Twitter Bug Could Have Allowed Attackers to Post Under Any Account
A vulnerability that was patched earlier this year could have allowed an attacker to send tweets as any user on the platform.  The discovery was made by a bug hunter tweeting under the handle Kedrisec, who reported the issue over HackerOne, the bug bounty platform. He filed the report in February, receiving a $7,650 bounty for his troubles. The details of the flaw were made public earlier this month, but the actual HackerOne ticket was only released at the beginning of this week, long after Twitter fixed the problem.  According to Kedrisec, the vulnerabilities is related to Twitter's ad platform. is a self-service platform that allows companies to promote tweets, accounts and so on, as well as to monitor ad campaigns.  A difficult task The researcher managed to intercept a request and change two parameters, namely owne...

Cinnamon 3.4 Desktop Environment Gets First Point Release for Linux Mint 18.2
Linux Mint project leader and Cinnamon developer Clement Lefebvre published the first point release of the recently unveiled Cinnamon 3.4 desktop environment, which will be included in the upcoming Linux Mint 18.2 operating system. When Cinnamon 3.4 launched earlier this month, we told you that it would take a few revisions until it's ready to land in the stable software repositories of various GNU/Linux distributions that offer this GNOME 3-inspired desktop environment to their users, and Cinnamon 3.4.1 is here to do exactly that. From the GitHub changelog of Cinnamon 3.4.1, which we've also attached at the end of the article for your reading pleasure, we can't help but notice that there are quite some bug fixes and improvements implemented. The deprecation of the GTK_POLICY_EXTERNAL environment variable and bett...

Target to Pay $18.5 Million to 47 States for 2013 Data Breach
Target has reached a settlement with the Attorneys General of 47 states regarding the data breach it suffered in 2013, agreeing to pay a mere $18.5 million.  The Attorneys General who led the investigation - for Illinois and Connecticut - will determine how much each state will receive. The money will be used for various purposes, like covering attorney fees and investigation costs.  The settlement also states that Target will implement an information security program, as the company has promised to take both administrative and technical measures to properly secure its systems and customer data.  More security The company will also have to make sure it separates card data from the rest of the network, so it is kept safe in case of another data breach. It also has to implement two-factor authentication, run proper encryption policies and so on. ...

Fake WannaCry Protection Apps Fill Google Play
The Google Play Store is currently filling up with quite a few apps promising to protect users from the WannaCry ransomware, despite there being no way for the infection to spread to Android devices.  Now that the WannaCry spread has stabilized, it seems that people are trying to capitalize on it in some way or another. The ransomware spread to 150 countries, affecting around 300,000 computers, none of which were smartphones because the malware takes advantage of a Windows vulnerability. This means there's no way for it to spread to Android devices.  Some developers are looking to take advantage of the panic created by the WannaCry rapid spread and created fake apps promising to protect users from the cyber attack.  While some of the apps that turn up when you search for "wannacry" on Google Play are meant to prank people, others allegedly want to help people out with tips and tricks.  Researchers from McAfee

Qt Creator 4.3.0 Open-Source IDE Officially Released, Here Is What's New
Qt Project's Eike Ziller was proud to announce today the general availability of Qt Creator 4.3.0, a major release of the open-source and cross-platform IDE (Integrated Development Environment) for creating Qt apps for various operating systems. Qt Creator 4.3.0 enters Beta stages of development at the end of March, and now, almost two months later, it's here in its production-ready state to help application developers create and most awesome apps in Qt. There are many interesting changes implemented in this major update, but the biggest one is the integration of a code editor into the Qt Quick Designer component. "This allows you to use the Properties editor and the Navigator also while editing code. Additionally, you can split the view to show both the graphical and the code editor, and directly see how a change in the graphical editor affects the code, and vice versa. Of course, you can still use the code-only editor in the Edit mode as well," explains Eike Zill...

EU Moves Forward with Plans to Force Facebook, YouTube to Remove Hate Speech
The European Union has had it with hate speech and plans to force Facebook and YouTube and other social networks to remove toxic content if they won't do it by free will.  This week, European Union approved a proposal to implement the first mandatory social media restrictions. Facebook, YouTube and Twitter are just some of the companies that would have to comply to these new restrictions which would see them blocking videos that incite hatred or promote terrorism.  While the proposal has passed with ease,t he new regulations need to get to a final form before passing the European Parliament in order to become official.  The European Union has a pretty standard approach to social media and people's freedom of speech. With everything that has happened in recent years, however, it seems they're starting to draw a line at hate speech.  The regulations the EU plans to impose on social media si...

Avast Releases BTCWare Ransomware Decryptor Tool
While the world was taken by storm by the WannaCry ransomware, there were other strains out there that were doing quite a bit of damage, including BTC ransomware. Thankfully, however, folks from Avast have come up with a decryption tool which is available for free.  Paying the ransom for any malware that encrypts the files on your computer should never be done, except in dire cases. After all, every time someone pays, the attackers get the incentive to continue doing what they're doing. Victims of the BTCWare ransomware have a way out, however, as the security researchers from Avast built a free decryption tool.  The BTCWare ransomware began spreading a couple of months ago and thus far five variants have been spotted. You can tell them apart by the extension of the encrypted files: - foobar.docx.[].heva - foobar.docx.[].cryptobyte - foobar.bmp.[no.btc@protonma...