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Latest Mac Software.


SiteSucker 2.8.3 (Shareware)
A lightweight and user-friendly application that provides the tools one needs to easily download entire websites from the Internet

Volume Mixer 1.1.32 (Trial)
Control the volume of various applications from your menu bar, mute or detach them from the system volume easily, with this handy OS X app

My IP Hide 1.22 Build 160528 (Trial)
A lightweight and very easy-to-use menulet that helps you connect to the My-Proxy encrypted proxy service and protect your privacy

DiskCatalogMaker 6.5.9 (Trial)
A simple, clean and practical disc management utility especially made to help you catalog your entire disc collection with just a few clicks of a mouse button

Phoenix Slides 1.4.2 (Donationware)
An uncomplicated image browser for Mac OS X that enables you to browse your photos collection is full-screen mode, as a slideshow.

FilePane [DISCOUNT] 1.10 (Trial)
A lightweight, unobtrusive and practical application that makes it easy for you to move, archive, resize and share images as well as files

MKVtoolnix 9.2.0 (GPL)
A powerful and easy to use cross-platform application that was developed for helping its users to create, alter and inspect Matroska files

LibreCAD 2.0.11 / 2.1.0 Beta 6 (Donationware)
Trustworthy CAD application suitable for a wide variety of projects, available in numerous languages and designed to boost your drafting and modeling productivity

Moneyspire 2016 16.0.44 (Demo)
Manage multiple personal accounts, keep track of your budget, set up bill reminders and import transactions from banks automatically, with this helpful tool

WebStorm 2016.1.2b Build 145.972 / 2016.2 Build 162.426.3 EAP (Trial)
A fully-featured and versatile Integrated Development Environment that enables you create a wide variety of websites and applications

HandBrake 0.10.5 / 20160528 Nightly (GPL)
A free and easy to use application designed to help you quickly convert your DVD and CD media content into MP4 or MKV video files

WebKit R201494 (Freeware)
A powerful, open source web browser engine that can be used by developers to easily design and build native and cross-platform browsers.

BetterTouchTool 1.69 Build 492 / 1.71 Build 495 Alpha (Trial)
An easy to set up Mac application that helps you customize gestures for your Magic Mouse, Macbook Touchpad and the Magic Trackpad.

Charles 3.11.5 (Trial)
Powerful and full-featured web debugging proxy and monitoring utility designed to run on your computer to help you test your desktop and web apps easier and quicker

Chromium 53.0.2752.0 (BSD)
A cross-platform and open source web browser project that aims to build a safer, faster, and more stable way to experience the Internet

GeoGebra 5.0.242.0 (GPL)
Free and open source mathematics software solution designed to help teachers in secondary schools to teach geometry, algebra and calculus a lot easier

MacX Video Converter Pro [DISCOUNT: 54% OFF!] 5.9.2 (Demo)
Offers you the possibility to quickly convert between various video formats, edit your movies, download video clips, make photo slide shows and more

MacX DVD Ripper Pro [DISCOUNT: 66% OFF!] 4.6.3 (Demo)
Helps you rip DVD discs to the desired file format and allows you to preview, edit, crop, trim and expand your video before encoding it

Toast Pro [DISCOUNT: 20% OFF!] 14.0 (Commercialware)
Comprehensive media processing suite that offers you powerful tools for capturing, editing, converting, sharing and burning photo and video projects.

Send Companion 1.2.0 Build 24 (Freeware)
Apple Mail plug-in that prompts you to review messages before sending them and displays alerts if attachments mentioned in the email are not included


Latest News.

Avast Free Antivirus Explained: Usage, Video and Download
Avast Free Antivirus is one of the most appreciated anti-malware solutions that you can use for free, thanks to its fast and effective malware detection engine, comprehensive features (including email and web protection), ease of use, and low impact on the system performance. In the following video, we're breaking down the latest edition of the program to help you get a better idea of how it works.  After installation, Avast Free Antivirus automatically runs every time you boot Windows to protect your computer. It creates an icon in the systray, which you can click to bring up the control panel. Click Run Smart Scan to begin scanning your PC for Compatibility Check, Viruses, Outdated software, Bad reputation browser add-ons, Network threats, Performance issues, and Weak passwords. If any issues ar...

Researchers Find Security Flaws in DAO Ethereum VC Fund on the Eve of Its Launch
Three cryptocurrency experts have published on Friday, May 27, a scientific paper detailing seven attacks that can be carried out to influence the Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO), and the way it allocates Ether funds. The DAO is a crowdfunded project that works on the Ethereum network, a new crypto-currency network that deals with crypto-currency named Ether, which many experts say it's better than Bitcoin's blockchain. The DAO is a new version of Wall Street, but for crypto-currencies While people can exchange Ether as they wish, just like Bitcoin, the DAO works as a separate entity on the Ethereum network, a combination between Kickstarter and Wall Street. The DAO was set up to allow users to place Ether in a joint fund and buy voting rights. Each person that buys these voting rights receives tokens and can then decide how the DAO uses his assets to make investment dea...

FBI Raids Home of Researcher Who Alerted Company of Publicly Exposed Data
Over a dozen FBI agents raided the house of Justin Shafer, 36, of Texas, a dental computer technician and software security researcher, who previously reported security issues in the software and server infrastructure of a US-based healthcare services provider, The Daily Dot reports. Prior to having his house searched and 29 items seized, Shafer had reported to Patterson Dental that their Eaglesoft dental practice management software was storing private patient records in a publicly-available FTP server. Shafer discovered this while he was investigating the company's Eaglesoft software. The researcher eventually found that Eaglesoft was using a hard-coded database password shared across all installations. Shafer's good deed doesn't go unpunished Shafer worked with DataBreaches.net to secure the FTP server with Patterson Dental and made his findi...

Hacker Develops iOS 9.3.2 Jailbreak, Not Yet Available for Download
Apple rolled out iOS 9.3.2 on May 16, and it looks like a jailbreak has already been developed, although it’s worth mentioning from the very beginning that this isn’t available for download. So if you’re looking for a download link, you won’t find it, but should it become available, we’ll update this article to let you know about it. The only thing we have for now is this video posted on Twitter by qwertyoruiop, which apparently shows a sixth-generation iPod touch running iOS 9.3.2 getting jailbroken. Browser-based automated jailbreaking solution Also known as Luca Todesco, the hacker managed to develop a jailbreak solution that’s very similar to the

Apple Employee Reveals Why Death Threats Are Nothing Unusual for Store Staff
Working for Apple is the dream of millions of teenagers and students out there, and most of the time, getting a job at an Apple Store is the closest they can get when it comes to being employed by the most valuable company in the world. But becoming part of the Apple Store is no easy thing, and in a recent interview, a former Apple employee reveals why it’s not only hard to be part of the team but also dangerous. First and foremost, it’s worth mentioning that the employee who revealed all the details you’ll find below wanted to remain anonymous, mostly because Apple forces all workers to sign confidentiality agreements when joining the company. They are thus prohibited from disclosing anything after leaving. No bonus for big contracts or promotion First and foremost, it’s worth knowing that even if they work for Apple, the Store employees aren’t paid ...

This Little App Tells Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile Users If They Got Hacked
There’s no such thing as being too secure, and Internet users know this very well because there’s always a new security breach that could expose their computers or their accounts. And while antivirus solutions and security software do a good job protecting them, there’s now a new way to make sure that none of your accounts was impacted by security breaches. It’s called “Hacked?” and it’s a universal app for Windows 10 that checks if your own accounts were involved in the latest hacks happening online. The magic behind this app is that it connects to the haveibeenpwned API to check your accounts on any Windows 10 device. And since it’s a universal app, it works not only on Windows 10 PCs but also on smartphones and… HoloLens. Background account monitoring When you first run the app, it prompts you to set up your accounts, and it can not only quickly verify it after configuration but also ch...

Plex Announces App for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile
Plex was, is, and will continue to be one of the top media streaming services on Windows, but since Windows 10 is here with universal apps, the company is adapting and working on an app specifically aimed at PCs and mobile devices. A Plex universal app is currently in the works, and beta testers are needed before it goes live in the store. Users who want to give it a try can join the testing program here, and all they need is an email address registered with Plex and a Windows Store account to download it. “After months of hard work, we're excited to announce that we're opening the beta for the native client built specifically for Windows 10!” the company says. “In order to help us identify and work out any kinks, we've decided to publish a new app which can be installed side-by-side with the current app. This way the community ...

NetBSD 7.0.1 Released, Adds Security Fixes for BIND, NTP, OpenSSH, and OpenSSL
The NetBSD team has announced the general availability of the first point release of the NetBSD 7.0 operating system, adding assorted bug fixes and security updates to its core components. NetBSD 7.0.1 comes seven months after the release of NetBSD 7.0, during which time the skilled developers behind the BSD-based operating system managed to update most of the packages to their latest versions available at the moment of writing this article, thus patching some critical security vulnerabilities. According to the release notes, NetBSD 7.0.1 fixes multiple vulnerabilities in the compatibility layers and the NTP (Network Time Protocol) daemon, which has now been updated to version 4.2.8p7, and addresses a potential remote code execution in the CGI handlers of the bozohttpd web server, updated by now to version 20160415. Other major components updated in this first point release of ...

Cinnamon 3.0.4 Desktop Updates the Overlay Scrollbar, Sound and Menu Applets
While the Linux Mint 18 operating system is still in heavy development, Clement Lefebvre and his team of developers have announced a new update for the Cinnamon 3.0 desktop environment. Cinnamon 3.0.4 is now the latest version of the acclaimed GNOME 3-based open-source graphical desktop interface, which will be used by default for the upcoming Linux Mint 18 "Sarah" OS, on the Cinnamon Edition, of course. It comes a few days after the release of Cinnamon 3.0.3. Truth be told, the entire month of May has been about the development of the Cinnamon 3.0 desktop, as it has received a total of three maintenance releases, which have fixed many annoyances and bugs reported by users since last month's release of Cinnamon 3.0, thus improving the overall desktop experience for users. Cinnamon 3.0.4 continue...

Darkode Forum User Gets One Year in Jail for Selling Botnet & Stealing Bitcoin
Rory Stephen Guidry, 29, of Opelousas, Louisiana, was sentenced today to one year in prison for hacking-related crimes, after police arrested him last summer, on July 12, 2015, as part of the Darkode hacking forum sting. According to the US Department of Justice, Guidry admitted in a plea deal signed on February 5, 2016, that he participated along with other hackers in 2014 in an attack against a yet-unnamed online server, located in Austin, Texas. Following a police investigation into this attack, Guidry moved from Liberty Hill, Texas, to his grandparents in Opelousas, Louisiana, at the start of 2015, but didn't stop in taking part in illegal activities. Guidry built a 5,000-strong botnet and was ...