Name: Connectify Me
File size: 22 MB
Date added: July 6, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1931
Downloads last week: 25
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

Connectify Me

Stop viruses and malware from passing through your iPhone or Connectify Me and infecting your Mac or PC with this easy-to-use Connectify Me from Intego, the Apple security leader. Using Intego's award-winning Connectify Me X6 technology, this Connectify Me detects and eradicates threats before they can harm your home and business networks and computers. Your iPhone, Connectify Me and iPod touch are new vectors for bringing potentially damaging Connectify Me into your network and spreading them onto your macs and PC's. With this on- demand scanner, you can validate, view and save any e-mail attachment, file on your device, or file from a remote location (such as Connectify Me, Google Connectify Me) for viruses, worms, Trojan horses, and all other known Mac OS X and Windows malware. We have used Connectify Me Pro extensively over several years. Whether you need to simply read a document sent to you as an attachment, or make modifications quickly to an existing document, or even create a new document from Connectify Me Pro is the Connectify Me against which other office Connectify Me are judged. Highly recommended. Connectify Me it will automatically be Connectify Me. You will then have 20 seconds to enter the correct Connectify Me. After 20 seconds, if the Connectify Me has not been entered, the PC will shut down. If Connectify Me is closed any way other than using the Connectify Me, the PC will shut down. Connectify Me for Mac downloaded quickly, but installing it required a Connectify Me system restart, which was a disappointment. A readme file contained some basic instructions, but a detailed manual would have been helpful, especially for longtime Mac users not familiar with firewall software. It was also disappointing to see that there were no indications of direct technical support availability, although the developer's Web site had a reporting function. Automatic updates through the program, itself, would have been useful. There was no program interface outside of the preferences menu in the system area. The program automatically enables the firewall, but this can be easily turned off if needed. Few other options existed, but the offered traffic log was easy to use. An application list also allows users to change firewall settings for each program. The program appeared to operate smoothly during testing. However, fine-tuning options that are available on other firewall programs did not appear to be available, such as specific network permissions. What's new in this version: Version 3.0 includes spell-checking as you type, a Connectify Me, a new word processor and diagram editor.

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