SecurityLogger Free [Win/Mac]
Automatic antivirus/anti-spyware log
Include this anti-virus widget in your desktop to automatically log every blocked attack produced by it. The antivirus logs will be collected in a.txt file.
With the SecurityLogger widget you can:
￭ Check for new log entries
￭ Show the log
￭ Clear the log
To use the widget, you first need to enable the widget by double-clicking the upper-right corner of the screen.
Then you need to manually add a new entry to the log by filling out the fields in the widget’s edit window. Once you’ve added the attack, you just need to click the Save button. A.txt file will be generated.
Thanks for using SecurityLogger!
SecurityLogger Widget Features:
✓ Exclude individual items
✓ Remove duplicates
✓ Keep your widget size in check
✓ Optional Backup
The “SecurityLogger Widget” also supports “Unlimited Backups” (all new entries will be added to the same.txt file) and “Logbook” (all new entries will be added to an excel file).
Try it out for free at
download the trial version at
or if you want to use “SecurityLogger Widget” for other people, you can email me to get a widget engine account and download a trial version here : (need a $20 usdollar bill)
Here is a fake tutorial for “SecurityLogger”:
1. Double click the upper-right corner
2. Fill out the form to create a new entry
3. Press Save to add the new entry to the log
4. Check the box next to “Remember Log” and a.txt file will be generated
5. Disable “Remember Log” to hide the log
6. Check the box next to “Show Log” to view the log
(Of course, you can also manually look up a web page or an RSS feed to make the log system quicker)
This is a test for a new widget. I’m hoping
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Will not work with safari.
Select the security type and hit the add entry button.
For each entry, type in the information and hit the Add button.
The SecurityLogger Serial Key will take care of the rest. When done, choose to view the log or clear the log.
How to activate:
If you have an icon in your toolbar, click on it, and select the SecurityLogger icon from the list.
Alternatively, go to the Toolbar and select View->Show Widget Folder.
And drag the SecurityLogger to the toolbar.
Go to View->Pop-Up/Toolbar.
It will appear.
SecurityLogger Version History:
20 Jan 2009
It works now.
20 Jan 2009
Made it optional.
28 Apr 2009
Added an optional “Remember Entries” option.
2 May 2009
Added link to Add Entry, added display of date and name of file
11 May 2009
Fixed the code so that it will actually work on Safari 4.
5 Jun 2009
Some auto-clear problems have been fixed. Now the entries get cleared every time the SecurityLogger is started.
3 Jun 2009
Added re-launch icon. This icon keeps the log that you are currently viewing.
30 Jul 2009
Added ability to cancel the auto-clear.
26 Sep 2009
Fixed auto-clear to clear for real.
16 Oct 2009
Added option to exclude directories (i.e..svn). This can be useful if you are using the SecurityLogger to log stuff from your web server.
19 Oct 2009
Added option to exclude certain files (i.e..exe,.dll,.com). This can be useful if you are using the SecurityLogger to log stuff from your web server.
19 Dec 2009
Fixed memory leaks and other problems.
18 Jan 2010
Minor fixes and stuff.
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A 27-year-old primipara with a lactating adenoma of the pituitary presented for investigation of a prolactin-only secreting adenoma. She developed amenorrhea and galactorrhea after delivery at 32 weeks of gestation. Treatment with bromocriptine in the presence of prepartum amenorrhea and galactorrhea was unsuccessful and she developed infertility and an array of secondary amenorrhea. Evaluation revealed abnormal prolactin secretory dynamics, with hypersecretion of the hormone in the 24-hour urine and an isolated prolactin adenoma that was not visible on postpartum MRI. A diagnosis of nonturorigenic, prolactin-secreting, postpartum pituitary adenoma was established on the basis of elevated prolactin levels, no evidence of tumor mass on pituitary MRI, and no clinical features of hyperprolactinemia.Q:
How to handle situation where you are in a conflict and need to choose sides?
Let’s say I’m face to face with someone who is very unpleasant. I don’t want to get in a fight with the person. In fact, it will make me feel bad to do so. But I have to choose a side in this discussion because if I don’t then the conflict will end up being my fault and I don’t want to take responsibility for that.
Is there a best practice for dealing with such a situation?
This is called “Man’s search for meaning”. Unless you are willingly participating in a fight, it is always you who is putting yourself into the situation, making a choice for or against it. Also, the choice is often not that clear-cut and there is always a human element of vulnerability involved.
If you don’t want to feel bad doing it, you don’t want to be responsible for what happens after the fight
What’s New in the SecurityLogger?
￭ SecurityLogger is designed to notify you when any of the listed threats are detected.
￭ SecurityLogger Features:
￭ It gives you a listing of all threats that have been
detected and let you clear it.
￭ It can be accessed from any internet browser and anywhere on your computer.
￭ It will also log all the websites that you visit.
￭ It can be set to remind you of threats later.
￭ If you want to remove your current account or make a new account, you will need to remove your current Widget.
￭ If you already have Yahoo! Widget Engine installed on your computer, SecurityLogger will be located in the following folder:
If you don’t have it, you can download it here:
￭ The installation will begin with a License Agreement, please accept it.
Next, we will try to register the widget.
￭ A dialog will appear to tell you that the installation was successful.
You will also need to add your Norton & AOL Account. If you don’t have one, you can register for one here:
￭ You will need to enter your password and name, you will then be prompted to register.
￭ Make sure you select Yahoo! as your widget service.
￭ You will be asked to provide your Norton & AOL email address, this is how we can keep you informed about
updates that are available.
￭ Here you will be prompted to link your Norton & AOL account to the widget.
￭ Once linked, your registration will be complete.
￭ The installation process will begin now.
￭ You will be offered the option to install on your desktop or the Start Menu.
￭ If you wish to install the widget on your desktop, click Next, this will take some time.
￭ You will now see a folder with your Norton & AOL information and three files.
￭ Click on the Norton & AOL folder to begin installation.
￭ You will then be prompted to create your Widget on the next screen.
￭ Make sure you change the text to match the one you will
System Requirements For SecurityLogger:
This game is designed to run on low end systems.
If you are having performance issues on low end systems, you may want to try playing it on high end systems first, then downgrading to the low end system once you are comfortable with the game.
Depending on your system, your performance may suffer from certain issues.
There are 2 methods of Multiplayer. You may use the in game UI to select between Host and Host Join.
– “Player 2” is the host of the game. This is