Archive for May 12th, 2006
The Linux Box has a number of Impress templates for free download. All of the templates are open source, so you can download and modify them as you need. Some of the templates are absolutely amazing, especially Chalkboard.
Want to try out Tor, the anonymizing TCP service? TorPark makes it easy with a customized version of Portable Firefox altered to communicate via Tor.
With TorPark on a USB flash drive, you can bring the power and flexibility of Firefox with you when you travel — and count on Tor to keep your browsing anonymous and secure at the same time.The current TorPark package (126.96.36.199) is available as a 5.6MB self-extracting Windows archive, localized for more than 30 languages. Expand the archive and inside you will find a folder that you can copy directly onto any rewriteable medium (flash drive, hard drive, etc.). TorPark will not run from a CD, since it must write to a local directory.
The folder contains a portable build of Firefox 1.5, a pre-configured Tor installation, and the Torpark.exe executable. Running Torpark.exe establishes an encrypted circuit to the distributed anonymous network of Tor routers, then launches Firefox. You can test whether TorPark is running by pointing the browser at a Web site like whatismyip.com; the IP address reported by the site should be different in TorPark than it is in a native browser.