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iStumbler

iStumbler 101.2 updated

iStumbler is the leading wireless discovery tool for Mac OS X, providing tools for finding AirPort networks, Bluetooth devices and Bonjour services with your Mac. What is new in this release: LiveBundle framework created ReportWindow framework...

Do you need to check a web page or a local file frequently, looking for changes in them? You know it's boring, error prone and a real waste of precious time. Several web sites offer RSS feeds, but they do not necessarily cover the type of information you...

Timbuktu Pro

Timbuktu Pro 8.8.3

For nearly twenty years, Timbuktu Pro for Mac OS has been the standard for remote control on the Mac OS. With its simple setup, intuitive, user-friendly interface, and multiple security options, Timbuktu Pro for Macintosh is the best remote control choice...

Cocoa Packet Analyzer

Cocoa Packet Analyzer 1.51 updated

Cocoa Packet Analyzer is a native Mac OS X implementation of a network protocol analyzer and packet sniffer. CPA supports the industry-standard PCAP packet capture format for reading, capturing and writing packet trace files. Features: Basic packet...

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Serial

Serial 1.0.1

Serial is a modern terminal designed to make working with servers, network equipment, and embedded hardware easier for engineers and system administrators. Built from scratch for OS X, Serial eliminates the need to search for and install drivers in order...

JaSFtp

JaSFtp 11.16 updated

SFTP client (secure FTP) designed primary for automation of SFTP, FTP and related tasks. Goal is to create advanced SFTP and FTP tasks that can be scheduled automatically or run instantly. Supports a very flexible wildcard system to transfer multiple...

Transmit

Transmit 4.4.8

You need to transfer files. Maybe to an FTP or SFTP server, or the cloud via Amazon S3, or using WebDAV. You maintain a website, do backups, or upload photos. You need Transmit, the #1 Mac OS X FTP client. Now, in Transmit 4, we took everything good about...

LDAP Enabler

LDAP Enabler 3.0.1

There is an LDAP server built into every Mac, only it's not activated unless you know how to type in a lot of geeky commands and dive into a lot of configuration files. What LDAP Enabler does is to do all that stuff for you with just one click.What is new...

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