Probably the Best Free Security List in the World

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18. Data rescue

18.1 File rescuing from Usb-drive/hard disk:
MiniTool Power Data Recovery
Testdisk
Wise Data Recovery
PC Inspector File Recovery
Photorec
Recuva
Easeus Data Recovery Wizard
Softperfect File Recovery
Undelete 360 
FileWing
Avira UnErase
Toolwiz File Recovery
Restoration
Lazesoft Windows Data Recovery
Puran File Recovery
Eassos Recovery Free
Pandora Recovery

18.2. Rescuing files from corrupted hard disk:
Unstoppable Copier
DataRescue's DD
Lazesoft Data Recovery Home

18.3. Unstoppable copying:
TeraCopy
ExtremeCopy
XXCOPY
Fastcopy
UltraCopier
SuperCopier
KillCopy
Mass File Mover
NTFS File Copy Utility
ShadowCopy
NiceCopier
Limagito FileMover Lite
TimeDim

18.4. Versatile tool for copying files:
Copy Handler
RichCopy
WinMend File Copy
Directory Compare
dd for windows

18.5. Rescuing files from broken CD/DVD:
IsoBuster
IsoPuzzle
CDcheck
CD Recovery Toolbox 
Puran Data Recovery

18.6. Write error resistant DVD:s:
dvdisaster

18.7. Repair  corrupted (media) files:
File Repair

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by Cesar (not verified) on 9. September 2010 - 2:42  (57484)

Hi! I just wanted to inform that I can't download the YASC application called secure-it. I've tried different places, but they all take me to a webpage called XXXXXXX, but the download doesn't start, or is nowhere to be found. I was able to download harden-it by YASC also, but I downloaded it from Major Geeks. Sadly, Secure-it isn't available on Major Geeks. Can you give a link where I can download it? Harden it is only for WinXP and earlier, when I try to install it on Vista, it tells me to download Secure-it, but I haven't been able to. Thanks a lot, and congratulations on a great and useful website!

[Moderator's Note : Link to red WOT site obfuscated. Please do not post links to red WOT site]

by ako on 9. September 2010 - 7:08  (57493)

New links added (see above)

by Cesar (not verified) on 9. September 2010 - 21:58  (57544)

Hey, thank you for the fast response! Downloading it as we speak. Keep up the good work guya, really appreciate it!

by J_L on 6. September 2010 - 18:50  (57353)

PC Tools Free Antivirus

by Akoo (not verified) on 6. September 2010 - 19:40  (57357)

It is there (Spyware doctor with antivirus)

by MidnightCowboy on 7. September 2010 - 8:04  (57395)

This is the Google pack restricted/limited (IMO very!) version of Spyware Doctor +AV

http://pack.google.com/intl/en-gb/pack_installer.html
http://www.pctools.com/spyware-doctor/google_pack/

as opposed to PC Tools Free AV

http://www.pctools.com/free-antivirus/

by ako on 7. September 2010 - 8:43  (57397)

OK!

by Anonymous456 (not verified) on 3. September 2010 - 23:30  (57229)

Hey Ako, in the section removing stubborn malware can you elaborate a bit more on it. I am mostly wondering about how you run DrWeb Cureit and Emsisoft Emergency on UBCD4Win. Are they already on the UBCD4win or do you have a USB plugged in with these programs on it (would the programs then have to be portable versions?). Also do you run full scans for all the suggested scanners or some quick scans and some full?

Many thanks for the great freeware list!

by ako on 4. September 2010 - 8:20  (57247)

Yes, you should copy them to the hard disk or USB stick. Run always "full scan".

by J_L on 3. September 2010 - 2:40  (57163)
by ako on 3. September 2010 - 6:40  (57182)

How is this related to security? Is this alternate DNS? Where are the IP addressess for their DNS servers?

by AlanMcAlan on 3. September 2010 - 17:31  (57214)

You can (through quite a painstaking process) register, create a domain, and use their DNS servers with your own custom filters, almost like OpenDNS.

by Adrastos (not verified) on 5. September 2010 - 17:10  (57313)

its not recommended for the faint heart I'd still take openDNS over that...

by J_L on 31. August 2010 - 20:31  (57058)
by ako on 31. August 2010 - 21:05  (57060)

:)

by ako on 31. August 2010 - 7:13  (57026)

I'll check these.

by J_L on 30. August 2010 - 19:29  (57003)
by ako on 30. August 2010 - 19:38  (57004)

See Prisoners on remand (might be somewhat useful, but not recommended)

by J_L on 28. August 2010 - 17:28  (56912)
by ako on 28. August 2010 - 22:25  (56920)

Tx!

by AlanMcAlan on 20. August 2010 - 19:23  (56435)

Hey Ako, this is becoming a monster! Looking great! I am really liking the new area you added about removing stubborn malware.

by ako on 20. August 2010 - 20:36  (56437)

I'd be happy if people will find it useful.
P.S. Thanks for encouragement! :)

by Thank you (not verified) on 17. August 2010 - 2:28  (56144)

Thank you Ako for adding my website: http://realsecurity.web.officelive.com/default.aspx to your list. I greatly appreciate it!

by ako on 17. August 2010 - 9:00  (56174)

You are welcome :)

by Hobbit (not verified) on 14. August 2010 - 17:27  (56018)

In the anonymous browsing tools you refer Ultrasurf

In http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig9/green-p3.1.1.html (Practical Internet Privacy) you can read: "Well, you would normally avoid government-funded freebies that log everything. One such service is Ultrasurf – linked to the Falun Gong run GIF Inc, and headed by an NSA scientist to break Chinese censorship."

by ako on 14. August 2010 - 23:23  (56037)

The overall opinion of that page seems OK.

by J_L on 12. August 2010 - 4:38  (55836)
by ako on 12. August 2010 - 7:06  (55845)

:-)

by J_L on 8. August 2010 - 20:49  (55652)

http://www.anti-malware-test.com/?q=node/184
Vba32 did great, while Sophos was satisfactory.

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