Archive for August, 2009

SmartHide and Mac OS X Snow Leopard

Monday, August 31st, 2009
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As all of you probably know – Apple has created a “World’s most advanced operating system”. On the 28th of August Mac OS X Snow Leopard was released.

SmartHide will be compatible with Mac OS X Snow Leopard

SmartHide will be compatible with Mac OS X Snow Leopard

SmartHide Team has answered the call of Apple developers and we are preparing our upcoming SmartHide Mac OS Edition to be fully compatible with the latest Mac OS X Snow Leopard.

We know that many of you guys can’t wait to use SmartHide on your favourite MacBooks and iMacs, but we need to make sure that SmartHide will work just fine on both Mac OS X and Mac OS X Snow Leopard.

Thank you or your patience and follow SmartHide news!

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SmartHide for MacOS is Almost Ready!

Monday, August 24th, 2009
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Hey there!

We are happy to announce the closure of the SmartHide for MacOS Beta-Test!

macos_logoWe thank you all, our dear SmartHide fans, for your endless support and efforts in testing SmartHide for MacOS Beta and sending us all those Bug reports.

Our programmers did a great job in taking care of all the bugs and implementing the new features you guys asked about. Currently we are on the final stage of preparation of our long-awaited SmartHide MacOS Edition Release!

I can not tell you how excited I am that we are about to be able to invite all the Apple users to be the part of the constantly growing Smarthide Community! apple-logo

We also prepare some goodies like complete redesign of our SmartHide Homepage, I will update you on those later.

Thank you for staying with us and stay alert for the upcoming news from SmartHide Team!

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SmartHide for Windows v. 2.2.221 is Released

Monday, August 17th, 2009
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Arovax SmartHide v.2.2.221

A new release of SmartHide for Windows family of OSs is out! Current release has a number of bugs fixed and several important changes implemented.

Compatibility with Windows 7.

In the nearest future a new member of Windows OS family will show up – Microsoft Windows 7. According to requests from a lot of users who have Windows 7 Beta already installed as a primary OS on their computers – SmartHide Team has adopted Arovax SmartHide service client to work flawlessly with the upcoming Windows 7, without waiting for the official release from Microsoft.

As for now, SmartHide v. 2.2.221 is fully compatible with Windows 7, Windows XP and Windows Vista. It offers a maximum level of protection of your personal data in the Internet, delivering excellence in hiding your identity and encrypting all your traffic.

Changes in the installation procedure.

Arovax SmartHide v. 2.2.221 has minor changes in the installation procedure. New installation process offers you to enter your Login and Password right during the installation, allowing you to quickly get the list of available SmartHide servers.

SmartHide Blogs.


SmartHide is not just a program, that allows it’s users to secure their personal data in the Internet, but a great Service, that is constantly evolving and does it’s best in the mission of helping all internet users to feel Safe, Secure and Free while browsing the World Wide Web. That is why SmartHide team has launched two Blogs, that you can easily access from the SmartHide Tray menu.

The first Blog is called SmartHide with Danny and it gives you a behind-the-scenes look at SmartHide Development. Adding this Blog to your bookmarks or RSS reader will allow you to be up-to-date on everything that is related to SmartHide Project. You will be among the first to read interesting articles about future of SmartHide development, our goals and achievements. Our blog readers will also be the first to find out about special offers and discounts from Arovax Company and SmartHide Team. In general – SmartHide with Danny is a place you want to keep an eye on if you are a part of SmartHide Community.

The second blog is Security Octopus. It is dedicated to the mission of keeping SmartHide Community up-to-date regarding all the security-related news and interesting facts around the problem of identity protection and data encryption.

More and more internet users around the World suffer from all the sorts of restrictions set by the Governments in different countries. People are not able to explore the World Wide Web, communicate with each other and get access to the information they need. We get a lot of reports daily from users who face the problem of stealing their personal data, such as E-mails, social networks accounts, intercepting their passwords while using free WI-Fi access points, etc. In our Blog we will try to address all these facts and gather all the related news and information in one place – Security Octopus blog. Add it to your Bookmarks or RSS reader and stay tuned!

We have no doubt, that as for now, SmartHide is one of the best solutions to save your private data in the Internet. We constantly develop and are aimed at making our Service even more qualitative and affordable.

SmartHide users do not think about all the dangers and problems World Wide Web has prepared for them – they just use and enjoy it.

Exisiting Arovax SmartHide users can download the update from SmartHide Members Area or by updating straight from the current SmartHide client, already installed on your computer.

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‘Brokep’ Quits Pirate Bay

Tuesday, August 4th, 2009
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picture-12Peter Sunde, one of the four co-founders of The Pirate Bay, said Monday he is abandoning ship.

Sunde, the BitTorrent tracker’s spokesman, and his fellow colleagues each are facing a year in prison following their spring convictions for facilitating copyright infringement. They remain free pending the outcome of an appeal of their Stockholm convictions.

The departure of Sunde, known online as “brokep,” perhaps is the strongest indication to date that the proposed $7.7 million sale of The Pirate Bay to a Swedish software concern is to be completed within weeks as planned.

Global Gaming Factory, its buyer, claims the 5-year-old Pirate Bay will become a legitimate, pay-to-play site for media such as movies, software, music and games. The goal, however lofty it sounds, is to convert the site’s 20 million pirates into fee-paying consumers.

“Today marks the end of a small era for me, but I am simply leaving a role in order to be a person instead,” Sunde said.

He said, “a book is waiting to be finalized and many more books are waiting to be read.”

If he loses his appeal, he’ll have plenty of time to write that book.

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