Tickle
Tickle 1.1
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Invisible security utility regularly phones home.   Free
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Tickle is a simple invisible utility that regularly 'calls' home. It sends information back to a Web server that could help identify your computer's location if it is stolen.

Tickle works whether a user is logged in or not, as long as the computer has an Internet connection. It does so using a Web server to look for 'tickles' from a stolen computer. When a tickle is received, the Web server will send you an email message containing its current IP address.
What's New
Version 1.1: Added email alerts
Requirements
Intel/PPC,
  • Mac with OS X 10.4 or later
  • Web hosting service with php enabled






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    Downloads:1,364
    Version Downloads:813
    Type:Utilities : Security
    License:Free
    Date:22 Sep 2008
    Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
    Price:Free0.00
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    Tickle is a simple invisible utility that regularly 'calls' home. It sends information back to a Web server that could help identify your computer's location if it is stolen.

    Tickle works whether a user is logged in or not, as long as the computer has an Internet connection. It does so using a Web server to look for 'tickles' from a stolen computer. When a tickle is received, the Web server will send you an email message containing its current IP address.


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