Archive for the ‘TICK’ Category

How Secure Are The Details Being Stored Within The Password Database?

04/08/2002
The Password Database uses a very basic encryption algorithm. If other people have access to your machine it is recommend you do not use this [...]
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I Have Added A New Dial Up Networking Connectoid But It Is Not Being Listed In TICK?

04/08/2002
Dial Up Networking (DUN) connectoids are not continually refreshed when TICK requires a list of available connectoids. The side effect of this is when TICK is launched a list of the current DUN connectoids are cached. Listing the DUN connectoids is a very CPU intensive operation. Caching these details enable the Options and Log's screen to display many times faster than previous versions of TICK expecially in a Windows 2000 environment. If you exit and restart TICK the DUN list is updated and [...]
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I Have Reached The Maximum Limit Of Excludes Within The Auto Notification Functionality?

04/08/2002
If you have many favourites you should categorise them in to folders (e.g. Search Sites, Companies, Technical etc.) and use the Auto Exclude feature to ignore the favourites which should not be checked. The Auto Exclude feature does not use any of your standard exclude entries. For example if you wish to automatically exclude all favourites within a folder called 'Search Sites' add "\search sites\" (without the quotes) to the Auto Exclude [...]
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TICK v1.11 BETA – A Freeware Windows Dial Up Enhancer Has Been Released

04/06/2002
TICK v1.11 BETA probably the ultimate freeware dial up enhancer for Windows featuring logging, on screen display, tools and more has now been released. Changes in this version include: Refer to v1.15 Download: This version is no longer available. Look in Current Downloads for the most recent release. Notes: This is a members only BETA [...]
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TICK v1.10 – A Freeware Windows Dial Up Enhancer Has Been Released

13/04/2002
TICK v1.10 probably the ultimate freeware dial up enhancer for Windows featuring logging, on screen display, tools and more has now been released. Changes in this version include: This release is recommended for users with Windows NT4/95/98/ME. For newer Operating Systems see TICK v1.17.  It has been reported that v1.17 works on older operating systems (except Windows 95) with no major issues so unless you are using Windows 95 you may want to give TICK v1.17 a try [...]
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