Network Security Task Manager 1.5 Network Security Task Manager detects malware that traditional signature-based security solutions do not recognise. In this way Network Security Task Manager helps to detect industrial espionage, sabotage and security-critical software.
ProcessInfo 2.6 ProcessInfo gives you information about all processes currently running on your Windows® operating system.
File Security Manager 1.7. Controlled Freedom Modern network-ready and secure operating systems provide us with a very useful concept of Resource Access Control. It generally means the ability to grant different access permissions to individual resources (files and folders) for different users of the system, local and network ones. For example, a certain file can be permitted to be read but not written to; or certain folders can be opened and programs in them
File Security Manager - full control over file and folder access permissions (even in Windows XP Home) Being an overall excellent operating system, Windows XP does have some versions that limit users control capabilities to a bare minimum. For instance, Windows XP Home offers a great set of multimedia and general features, but lacks the degree of flexibility that many advanced users would definitely appreciate. For instance, the Home version will not allow you to set file and folder access right, which is a common method