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Protects up to 32 folders by maintaining copies of those folders on up to 32 local or network devices. Small and unobtrusive, it works behind the scenes to keep files safe from unexpected disk failure. Also protects subfolders.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: KikBak is software that protects your important files by maintaining the latest copies of those files on additional hard disks, network disks, Zip drives, or other media. Small and unobtrusive, it works behind the scenes to keep files safe from unexpected disk failure. Selectable subfolder processing with individual subfolder exclusion. Integrated activity log and help. Liberal licensing. Easy setup and user interface. If you suffer a disk failure or other catastrophic problem, you will find the latest copies of your important files on the backup devices. Plus, KikBak's no-nonsense, liberal licensing makes it easier than ever to protect your files.
MirrorFolder 5.1.310 Backup software for automatic synchronization and real-time (RAID-1 type) mirroring of folder/drive from local to another local/network/removable drive. Supports archiving of older
Suspected File-Sharing 'Hubs' Raided Federal agents yesterday took their first steps to go after individuals who illegally trade copyrighted music and videos over the Internet, seizing computers, software and related equipment at five homes around the country.
Australian ISP Is Raided in File Swap Hunt Australian recording industry investigators raided an Internet service provider on Thursday suspected of having used high-speed file-swapping technology to allow the pirating of hundreds of thousands of songs and video clips, an industry official said.