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  1. This article will introduce two interesting websites. The first is a technique that uses AI to turn simple strokes into colorful images, like the one shown below. Were you surprised?Yes, it's just that powerful.A number of different sample graphics have been added to the site, as shown above.There is an edit option under each of the sample graphics (I missed this option when I shot it) that we can edit ourselves to get our own images.We can even try coloring in some shapes!However, it takes a long time for the world to download the output image after we've edited it.The Website builders have also published some code for the project for anyone interested to take a look. Here is the URL:https://affinelayer.com/pixsrv/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Next is the second website I want to introduce about compresses the size of the image. We know that the files provided by the Forum are very small, so compresses the size of the image is important.This website can help compress the picture, but you need to register. You can try it. Here is the URL:https://optidash.ai/ I wish I could help you.If you like this article please click "Like".Reputation value is really important to me.
  2. Since the start of 2018, those with one eye on the crypto world have noted one thing: coin hacks are becoming more common and they mine Monero. As Bitcoin’s value raced towards the $10,000 mark towards the end of 2017, the risk/reward ratio for cybercriminals was too great to ignore. According to research, the number of weekly attacks reached eight million per week in February 2018. At the heart of the matter is the fact that mining new blocks of Bitcoin, Monero, and other cryptos can be highly lucrative. For example, the median reward for Bitcoin miners at the moment is 12.5 BTC per block processed. At today’s rate, that’s just over $84,000. It’s a similar story with Monero. In fact, what’s interesting about Monero is that two of its greatest strengths as a cryptocurrency has become its greatest weakness in the security stakes. The Image that Mines Monero According to recent tests carried out by Imperva, an innocent looking image of Scarlett Johansson was the set up for a PostgreSQL database attack. Initially targeting the PostgreSQL database’s Metasploit module, the attacker created a payload which they then dumped to the disk using the lo_export function. However, to avoid detection by DAM (database audit monitoring) solutions, the payload was listed as an entry in pg_proc. The end result was that the hacker was able to execute system commands such as fun6440002537. From here, a data gathering process took place before the malicious code was injected into the system via a picture of Scarlett Johansson. Taking from imagehousing.com, the snapshot was laced with a payload expressed in binary code (it was in the image, just below her left elbow). Once the payload had been delivered, the code was extracted and executable file s4060014400 was live. The end goal: to mine Monero. Detecting such highly sophisticated attacks is possible using the latest data security techniques. From the outset, anyone that uses their computer for work needs to deploy security programs with multiple functions. For example, the Imperva SecureSphere Database Discovery and Assessment monitor databases for vulnerabilities based on DISA, STIG and CIS standards. The user is given a score based on how secure their system is. However, while this type of technology is crucial, so too is an understanding of why coinminers are becoming more common. In the case of Monero, the blockchain relies on two things: anonymity and small transactions. Exploiting the Average User Unlike Bitcoin mining, which requires large blocks to be processed, Monero favors smaller transactions. The upshot of this is that miners don’t need specialized application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs) to complete the necessary proof-of-work required and process a block. In real terms, this means that a standard CPU or GPU can be used to mine Monero. For crypto users and miners, this is great because it means smaller payments are processed faster (something that doesn’t happen with BTC) and that almost anyone can mine Monero. However, herein lies its weakness, because standard computers can mine Monero, it’s easier for hackers to deploy coinminers. With BTC mining now being controlled by large companies with tons of security, it’s harder for hackers to exploit the system. However, with a lot of people not having adequate security on their PC, it makes it easier for attacks like the one explained above to take place. What’s more, Monero transactions are completely anonymous. This means that it’s very hard to track stolen Monero coins. For cybercriminals, this is the perfect storm. For PC users, it’s another example of why data security is crucial. With the number of coinminer attacks increasing, running a secure system is important. Indeed, those with large networks of computers are sitting ducks for cryptojackers if they don’t protect their databases. Source
  3. Prominent figures from Jacob Gottlieb to Betsy DeVos got help from a reputation management firm that can bury image-sensitive Google results by placing flattering content on websites that masquerade as news outlets Jacob Gottlieb was considering raising money for a hedge fund. One problem: His last one had collapsed in a scandal. While Mr. Gottlieb wasn’t accused of wrongdoing, googling his name prominently surfaced news articles chronicling the demise of Visium Asset Management LP, which once managed $8 billion. The results also included articles about his top portfolio manager, who died by suicide days after he was indicted for insider trading in 2016, and Mr. Gottlieb’s former brother-in-law, an employee of Visium who was convicted of securities fraud. Searches also found coverage of Mr. Gottlieb’s messy divorce in New York’s tabloids. So last year Mr. Gottlieb hired Status Labs, an Austin, Texas-based company specializing in so-called reputation management. Its tactic: a favorable news blitz to eclipse the negative stories. Afterward, articles about him began to appear on websites that are designed to look like independent news outlets but are not. Most contained flattering information about Mr. Gottlieb, praising his investment acumen and philanthropy, and came up high in recent Google searches. Google featured some of the articles on Google News. His online makeover shows the steps some executives and public figures are taking to influence what comes up on the world’s top search engine. It also illustrates that despite Google’s promises to police misinformation, sites can still masquerade as news outlets and avoid Google’s detection. Google removed five websites from Google News after The Wall Street Journal inquired about them. Google, owned by parent company Alphabet Inc., said the sites violated its policies around deceptive practices. Google’s news feature forbids “content that conceals or misrepresents sponsored content as independent, editorial content.” Mr. Gottlieb said in an interview with the Journal that he found his press coverage unfair and wanted to fight back. “I worked with this company to help me launch my new venture,” he said. Status Labs interviewed Mr. Gottlieb on his interests and plans, and told him it would get him positive press coverage, according to a person familiar with the matter. He paid between $4,000 and $5,000 per month for the services. Afterward, an article on a site called Medical Daily Times was published, saying Mr. Gottlieb made a donation to an initiative at New York University’s medical school. The phone number for Medical Daily Times on its website rang at a pizzeria in Toronto. Until recently, the article’s author was listed as BJ Hetherington. The author couldn’t be reached for comment. A black-and-white photo accompanied BJ Hetherington’s author page on Medical Daily Times. The photo is of a Canadian theater actor, Randy Hughson. A publicist for Mr. Hughson said he wasn’t aware his photo was being used with BJ Hetherington’s name until the Journal contacted him. The information about Mr. Gottlieb’s donation is also inaccurate: An NYU spokeswoman said Mr. Gottlieb didn’t donate to that particular initiative, though he has donated to NYU on other occasions. Medical Daily Times didn’t check the information with Mr. Gottlieb, said a person familiar with the matter. Medical Daily Times couldn’t be reached for comment. Status Labs’ client list has also included scandal-rocked companies, billionaires and public officials, said former employees. Status Labs provided services to Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, according to former Status Labs employees. Status Labs’ services can cost in the tens of thousands of dollars per month, said people familiar with the matter. Ryan Stonerock, a lawyer for Status Labs at law firm Harder LLP, said the company wouldn’t discuss its clients. A spokeswoman for Ms. DeVos at the Education Department said it “doesn’t sound like the department or the secretary have a relationship” with Status Labs and didn’t respond to other questions sent by the Journal. Former Status Labs employees said that in addition to helping clients bury negative information in Google’s search results by gaming the tech giant’s algorithms, the company has also edited Wikipedia pages without disclosure of its role, something Wikipedia forbids. Academics said these actions can deprive the public of information that may help them make more informed decisions. Mr. Stonerock said Status Labs was founded to correct what it perceives as an imbalance of power between its clients and the information available online about them. “A single false accusation can cause permanent damage to a person or a company’s hard-earned reputation,” said Mr. Stonerock. “This imbalance of power has made the first page of Google the first, and often times the last, impression for individuals and companies.” Fifty-five Status Labs employees use “a variety of proprietary methods, which are always evolving” to help clients “disseminate positive and truthful information about themselves online,” he said. “An internal ethics committee at Status Labs vets the potential client and determines whether Status Labs can assist the client in an honest and truthful manner.” Status Labs executives Darius Fisher and Jesse Boskoff agreed to an interview at its Austin, Texas, headquarters but canceled the meeting due to what Mr. Stonerock said was a “pressing client matter.” Status Labs declined to respond to most of the Journal’s questions. Mr. Stonerock said the company wouldn’t comment “on its proprietary business methods and/or trade secrets.” Google is under increased scrutiny from global regulators. Senators recently proposed bipartisan legislation that would require Google to disclose its algorithms. A recent investigation by the Journal found that the search giant has interfered with its algorithms and changed results. A Google spokeswoman disputed the Journal’s conclusions. Google said that it tries to monitor deceptive behavior. But Google News, the unit of Google’s search engine that highlights news articles, featured several of the outlets that contained articles about Mr. Gottlieb and other Status Labs clients. Google removed five of the sites after a Journal inquiry. “Any efforts to enhance someone’s online presence shouldn’t involve deceptive tactics aimed at influencing Google Search rankings,” said Google, which removed the sites from Google News because they didn’t meet its transparency standards. Google News says it doesn’t allow “sites or accounts...that misrepresent or conceal their ownership or primary purpose.” Mr. Gottlieb said the information Status Labs helped get published about him wouldn’t have affected his reputation with investors. “Obviously nobody invests in a hedge fund...based on an article in a no-name online blog,” Mr. Gottlieb said in a statement, though he added it has “improved my reception on Tinder.” Former Bank of America Corp. executive Omeed Malik also received services from Status Labs, according to people familiar with the matter. Former Bank of America Corp. executive Omeed Malik also received services from reputation management firm Status Labs, according to people familiar with the matter. Photo: Patrick McMullan The website Chronicle of Week, which used the tagline “Independent News,” published information on Mr. Malik after he became the subject of articles last year related to his firing from the bank. Mr. Malik denied allegations of sexual misconduct, later filed a defamation complaint against Bank of America and obtained an eight-figure settlement, the Journal previously reported. In October, a Chronicle of Week article about Mr. Malik appeared on the first page of an ordinary Google search of his name. The article, dated July 23, 2019, cited his “vast pertinent experiences within multiple leadership roles” and said he “stands out as a leader within the industry.” It didn’t mention the allegations or the settlement. The website where that article appeared has also gone by the names “Chronicle of the Week” and “Chronicle Week.” Chronicle Week described itself as “an online digital newspaper” and listed an editorial staff in February 2019. By October, after the Journal’s queries, that language and staff names had been removed, and a sentence was added that some of the information appearing on the site is paid for as sponsored content. A Wikipedia page about Mr. Malik also became the first result in a Google search of his name, displacing news articles. Following a Journal query, Wikipedia removed Mr. Malik’s page. Anne Clin, a Wikipedia editor involved in the decision, said Mr. Malik should never have had his own page because he isn’t notable enough. A lawyer for Mr. Malik, Tom Clare, didn’t comment on the removal and said Mr. Malik has disputed reports regarding the reasons for his departure from Bank of America. Mr. Clare didn’t respond to questions about Status Labs. In a brief phone call in October, Mr. Malik said, “we view this as libelous.” Status Labs provided services to Ms. DeVos before she became U.S. education secretary to suppress Google search hits connecting her to her brother, Blackwater founder Erik Prince, a person familiar with the matter said. Blackwater was a State Department contractor that was banned from Iraq after a deadly 2007 shootout of Iraqi civilians. Mr. Prince couldn’t be reached for comment. One article touting her accomplishments as a “reformer” appeared on chemfindit.com, a site that briefly used the same IP address as a company affiliated with executives of Status Labs called Blue Land Partners, according to a Journal analysis of data from Farsight Security Inc. Another article about her appeared online titled “Betsy DeVos Positive News Article.” The August 2017 article was on a website called “Enable Diversity,” which also featured Mr. Gottlieb. The website has since been removed. Disgraced blood-testing startup Theranos Inc. also received services from Status Labs, according to former employees. An editing account used by Status Labs was called Jppcap, according to people familiar with the matter. That account made several favorable edits to Theranos’ Wikipedia page. One edit removed a reference to an article in the Journal reporting Theranos devices often failed accuracy requirements. Theranos dissolved last year. A lawyer for Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes and lawyers for Theranos while it was in business couldn’t be reached. The co-founders of Status Labs, Mr. Fisher and Jordan French, also ran a company called Wiki-PR, which edited Wikipedia pages for clients, according to a former employee. Mr. French left Status Labs in 2015 following a dispute, according to that former employee and a press release from Mr. French. Status Labs was founded in 2012. Wiki-PR edited clients’ Wikipedia pages without disclosure, according to a cease and desist letter sent by a lawyer for the Wikimedia Foundation, which oversees Wikipedia. “When outside publicity firms and their agents conceal or misrepresent their identity by creating or allowing false, unauthorized or misleading user accounts, Wikipedia’s reputation is harmed,” the letter said. It added that the practice “is expressly prohibited by Wikipedia’s Terms of Use.” The Wikimedia Foundation banned Wiki-PR and its “employees, contractors, owners and anyone who derives financial benefit from editing the English Wikipedia on behalf of Wiki-PR.com or its founders,” the letter said. Status Labs continued to stealthily edit clients’ pages, said former employees. The hedge fund of billionaire Ken Griffin, Citadel LLC, hired Status Labs to edit information on Wikipedia in 2015 about the fund’s investments and Mr. Griffin’s art collection, according to a person familiar with the matter. Citadel’s spokesman said “changes made to the Wikipedia pages in 2015 were to correct factual errors.” The Wikipedia account used, Jppcap, was the same one that worked on the Theranos page, according to a review of Wikipedia’s edits, which are public. The account didn’t disclose it was working on behalf of Status Labs or a paid client, which would have been a violation of Wikipedia’s terms, said Ms. Clin, the Wikipedia editor. Mr. Gottlieb didn’t end up starting a new fund, but he is now managing his own money. His Google results still do not prioritize certain articles. In August, his former firm filed a lawsuit against the widow of Mr. Gottlieb’s deceased portfolio manager, seeking more than $100 million in repayment for money it said it paid the money manager. The Journal published an article about the lawsuit and mentioned Mr. Gottlieb’s full name once and last name twice toward the end of the article. Many factors, such as the keywords used, help determine what Google turns up in search results. In October, a Google search of Mr. Gottlieb’s name returned 19 pages of results. The Journal’s article wasn’t among them. Original Paywall Source Free Source Mirror
  4. alankubiak01

    FasterImageFlasher

    FasterImageFlasher is the world's most optimized image editor for code and data. This makes it possible to write images (.img) - (.iso) on an SD card / USB stick or to make backups of images or to clean the partition of the disc and it has a Hash viewer. SourceForge Page : https://sourceforge.net/projects/fasterimageflasher/
  5. alankubiak01

    Dynamite Disk Formatter Project

    Hello, I am working on a new project, which is a disk formatter which allows you to completely erase MBR partitions, and which also allows you to create a bootable disk, in short a complete tool for writing an image on a disk whose the user will not have to install other software to make a bootable disk which will be very interesting for its publication. I could not put a download link for this tool because there are too many bugs for normal use. I look forward to your feedback on this project and the proposed names. Join the team: https://discord.gg/pndm5Ra Bye. Alan Kubiak
  6. Hi, I'm looking for a software/tool to do this for me: I wanna give it a picture, it should reverse search for it on Google/Bing/Yandex (Google is the first priority) and if it finds it in those image search results, automatically downloads the largest version of it for me.
  7. Hi,dear nsaners.I just bought my self a new extern hdd.1 TB in size and i am looking for a good,fast and reliable backup tool to backup my games colection to my new external hdd.My pc games colection is curently now writen on several DVD's and it's quite a pain in the *** to always use them to install/copy my games. So if u guys know some tools that can make a precise,1 to 1 copy tool for my games,then u guys are awesome ( u are,either way ) :D Thanks and have a good life/day :D
  8. HX1

    nsane.graphic.design

    This topic is dedicated to all nsane related graphic design, its members, and their creativity. This is the ' Designer's Corner '... for nsane.down and nsane.forums. All related work can be posted/shared here. This is open to everyone from Novice to Advanced. Do not be afraid to share! Accepted work: Wallpapers Banners Avatars Website Graphics Ads and Buttons Icons Visual Styles Themes Program Skins TrueTransparency Skins Rainmeter Configs Litestep Themes Sidebar Gadgets Videos Mods Resources Stock Images Templates ...anything else you can come up with... Reasons why this thread is good for you: show off your skills... show your creativity... show your support... finally put your software to good use... share with your friends... give nsane your own creative twist.. be a marketing specialist... impress the neighbors... bring peace and goodwill to mankind... have fun... be a fanatic! Questionable material may be moderated... Submission Guidelines: Use 800 x 500 size previews, for large images ( Preview as Attachment ) Smaller images can be placed as previews ( 500px wide or less ) Include short description Sharecode links to questionable resources and material * This post is being revised and updated 12.14.15
  9. A powerful screen capture tool Postimage is a very easy to use application that was especially designed to provide you with a means of taking snapshots of your entire desktop or of a portion of it. You can manually set the area size and after the capture is made, the image can be saved or shared online directly. Postimage can also send to the system clipboard the URL of a shared screenshot, so you can save it easily. Please note, application is under active development. If you have any suggestions or bug-reports, please use your contact form to leave us a message. Features: • Quick images sharing.• Multiple image upload at once.• Upload images via the right click context menu.• The fastest way to do a customizable screenshot.• Global hotkeys to activate screen capturing instantly.• And many more...Screenshots: Home Download: Setup - 5.3 MB Portable - 6.8 MB I recommend to use the portable one to avoid installation. Yet, the portable one won't provide you a right click context menu entry for easy upload. For that you will need to do a small trick. Take the portable download to any desired location that you want and launch the executable (it's not installer) once.After the first launch, create a shortcut (if you don't know to create a shortcut - just ask) of the executable.Now, place the shortcut in C:\Documents and Settings\username\SendTo (If you can't find the location specified or can't access it - just ask)Now, you have got a right click context menu entry in Send to subsection.
  10. I have tried MyImgur, EasyImgur, Right-click-send-to-imgur. But while uploading images more than 300 KB through my dial up connection, occurs error, fails multiple times and after several tries gets uploaded finally - this is frustating, ain't it? Hell yeah! So is there any working utility for uploading images to imgur which is just built for the purpose?
  11. krkanna

    AnyBurn 2.1 - Freeware

    AnyBurn 2.1 Free Solutions for CD / DVD / Blu-ray burning: BURN TO CD / DVD / BLURAY DISCS... SUPPORT ON-THE-FLY BURNING... RIP AUDIO CD TO MP3/FLAC / APE / WMA FILES... CREATE AND CONVERT DISC IMAGE FILES... SUPPORT WINDOWS 8, WINDOWS 7, VISTA, XP... AnyBurn is a light weight but professional CD / DVD / Blu-ray burning software that everyone must have. It provides a free and complete solution for burning. It is completely free. You needn't pay for this Free Burn software! Main Features: Burn all CD / DVD / Blu-ray disc image files. Burn files and folders in your hard drive to CD, DVD, or Bluray disc Burn Audio CD which can be played in regular CD player from mp3, ape, flac, wma files... Rip Audio CD to MP3, FLAC, APE, WMA files. Copy disc using sector by sector method. Create image files from hard disk files or CD / DVD / BD discs. Convert disc image files between various formats. Support both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows. System requirement: Windows 2000 / Windows XP / Windows 2003 / Windows Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / 8.1 operating system or above. Intel Pentium 166MHz or above. 64MB memory. At least 10MB hard disk space. A CD, DVD or Blu-ray drive. Version history AnyBurn 2.1 (Apr 16, 2014) +) AnyBurn 64-bit version is released. *) Some minor bug fixes and enhancements. AnyBurn 2.0 (Mar 20, 2014) +) The main window size can be changed. *) Some minor bug fixes and enhancements. AnyBurn 1.9 (Feb 8, 2014) *) Some minor bug fixes and enhancements. AnyBurn 1.8 (Jan 12, 2014) *) Improves DVD and Blu-ray burning. *) Some minor bug fixes and enhancements. AnyBurn 1.7 (Dec 16, 2013) +) The program was renamed to AnyBurn. *) Some minor bug fixes and enhancements. Free Any Burn 1.6 (Nov 20, 2013) +) Supports multi-session burning. *) Some minor bug fixes and enhancements. Free Any Burn 1.5 (Jun 5, 2013) +) Improves Blu-ray burning. *) Some minor bug fixes and enhancements. Free Any Burn 1.4 (Dec 5, 2012) +) Improves dmg file support. *) Some minor bug fixes and enhancements. Free Any Burn 1.3 (Sep 25, 2012) +) Supports ripping Audio CD to mp3, flac, ape, wma, wav files. *) Some minor bug fixes and enhancements. Free Any Burn 1.2 (Aug 27, 2012) +) Supports copy/paste, drag/drop. +) Supports online upgrade. *) Some minor bug fixes and enhancements. Free Any Burn 1.1 (Jul 9, 2012) +) Supports unicode file names. +) Supports DAA, UIF, ISZ files. +) Supports on-the-fly burning. *) Some minor bug fixes and enhancements. Free Any Burn 1.0 (Jun 10, 2012) +) Initial version. +) Supports CD/DVD/Blu-ray disc burning. +) Supports making disc image file. Click the following link to download the latest version of AnyBurn. Webpage Download AnyBurn v2.1 (32-bit) Size: 1046 KB Download AnyBurn v2.1 (64-bit) Size: 1076 KB Other download: AnyBurn Portable Version: This is the fully functional portable version for AnyBurn. It doesn't require installation. Just extract and start using it, or put it on Download Portable Now (32-bit & 64-bit) Size: 2431KB Supported operating systems: 32-bit Windows: Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 2008, Windows 7, Windows 8 / 8.1 64-bit Windows: Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 2008, Windows 7, Windows 8 / 8.1
  12. TSR Watermark Image Software 3.2.0.1 If you want to watermark your photos, you can use either text or another picture as the source of the watermark. If you want to add the watermark to the background, you can set the logo or the text to be more or less transparent, and place it wherever you want the watermark to be on the image. TSR Watermark is available in multiple languages, currently translated languages is Turkish, Swedish, Armenian, English, German, Italian, Vietnamese, Japanese, Hungarian, Czech, Spanish, Finnish, French, Hebrew, Romanian, Serbian, Dutch, Portuguese (Brazil & Portugal), Chinese (Simplified & Traditional), Indonesian, Russian, Polish and Danish - please contact me if you can help translate the product to your language! Features Multilanguage support, Turkish, Swedish, Armenian, English, German, Italian, Vietnamese, Japanese, Hungarian, Czech, Romanian, Serbian, Spanish, Finnish, French, Hebrew, Dutch, Portuguese (Brazilian & Portugal), Chinese (Simplified & Traditional), Indonesian, Russian, Polish and Danish is supported.Add multiple watermarks to each image.Save each images at multiple output folders, this way you can easyli generate thumbnails etc. in one run.Add text watermark that is either normal, embossed, chiseled or watermarked with a border.Automatically rotate the watermarked picture based on the orientation EXIF tag - this is written to the image by many modern cameras.Add the text used to watermark the image to the EXIF information in the resulting file.Keep or drop EXIF information in jpeg files (Camera model/lense model/etc. etc.)Output the watermarked photo to JPEG, TIFF, PNG, BMP, GIF file format.Specify the quality of the watermarking output when saving as jpeg imagesAngle the text you use for your photo watermarkingInsert background watermark in digital images, pictures, photosResize images while watermarking the image/photoWatermark your photos using either another image, photo or pictureWatermark your photos using your own text in the color and style you want to.Maintain directory structure in destination directory or combine all batch watermarked images into one directorySkip or overwrite existing watermarked images/photos in destination directoryCommand line option to automatically load a profile and batch watermark all photos.Automatically check for new version of the TSR Watermark Image SoftwareYou can even use this program instead of photoshop to watermark your images, this is a quicker and more easy way of getting a watermark on all your images. Also use the watermarked image in Word, Excel or images used in pdf files can be made with this watermarking software. This image watermark software works with Windows XP, Windows server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows server 2008, Windows 7 - with .NET framework 2.0 or higher installed. Version 3.2.0.1 - 02 May 2014 New: XMP, IPTC, EXIF, GPS, ID3, and many more photo metadata is now supported in the Professional version. All metadata is now copied from source photos to destination photos if the keep metadata option has been selected.New: Registered users automatially download and installs updated versions of TSR Watermark ImageNew: When starting the watermarking software for the first time or adding a new setup the initial watermark setup is improvedFixed: Wrong configuration value used for keeping the DPI of the watermarked imageFixed: Fixed a copytext error in the wizard dialogWebsite: http://www.watermark-image.com/ OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 Language: Ml Medicine: Keygen Size: 9,78 Mb.
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