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  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • 25 Mbps download speeds, 3 Mbps upload speeds1
  • 24-month Commitment
  • Bonus Zone: 50 GB/mo of FREE data (2am-8am)
  • Data-saving features: Video Data Saver
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Remote Desktop Software for Distant PC Access & Computer Control

  • Remote PC Access from Anywhere. Remote control computer as if you were sitting right in front of it
  • Connects even through Firewalls or Routers
  • Installation is not required
  • File Transfer; Voice Chat
  • Strong Security

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How Anyplace Control works

remote control for pc

computer remote access

Anyplace Control is easy to use remote
desktop software that displays the desktop of another computer on the screen of your local PC in real time, and allows you to control that
from anywhere, using your own mouse and keyboard. More…

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The built-in File Transfer feature provides an easy way to transfer files to and from a remote machine. Built-in chat is used for communication with the user of another PC. With Anyplace Control you can also communicate via voice chatting (VoIP),

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Internet Lock – control internet access, block internet connections, password protect internet programs

Helps control internet programs and connections:

  • Restrict internet access.
  • Password protect internet access.
  • Schedule internet access for any or all programs.
  • Block internet websites.
  • Prevent users or groups from accessing internet.

Internet Lock is an access control and password protection solution for your internet connections and programs.
With Internet Lock, you can fully control the internet connections and programs on your computer.

By using Internet Lock, you can restrict or password protect internet access, schedule internet access,
protect internet programs on certain IP addresses or domains,
limit users to access only the websites you specified, or keep them from accessing the unwanted websites.

Restrict internet connections and programs

You can use Internet Lock to restrict internet connections and programs. Programs blocked by Internet Lock
will not be able to access the internet.

Internet Lock supports to protect all internet programs including, but not limited to:

  • Web browsers: Internet Explorer, Firefox,
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ueno/libusb-gadget: Simple wrapper library to access Linux USB GadgetFS

* What's this?

libusb-gadget is a simple wrapper around Linux USB GadgetFS[1], which enables
USB target development in userspace.  It allows developers to write a
trivial gadget in ~200 lines, while the original GadgetFS example[2]
is ~1700 lines.

* Requirements

- linux 2.6.XX

* Quick start

I assume that you are using Debian GNU/Linux.  Since the USB gadget
framework is not compiled in the stock kernel (as of 2.6.29-1), you
will need to generate a couple of kernel modules by hand:

 $ sudo apt-get install linux-source-2.6.XX linux-headers-2.6.XX
 $ cd /usr/src
 $ tar xf linux-source-2.6.XX.tar.bz2
 $ cd libusb-gadget/scripts
 $ ./generate-kernel-modules /usr/src/linux-source-2.6.XX

After successful build, you will find "dummy_hcd.ko" and
"gadgetfs.ko" in the current working directory.  You can load them with:

 $ sudo insmod dummy_hcd.ko
 $ sudo insmod gadgetfs.ko

and mount the GadgetFS:

 $ sudo mkdir /dev/gadget
 $ sudo mount -t gadgetfs none /dev/gadget

Now you can try libusb-gadget.

 $ cd libusb-gadget
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