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Free Popup Blocker Tests, Wi-Fi, Java, Miscellaneous Security Checks – Online

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Free tests to check your web browsers’ popup blocking ability. Wi-Fi security, Java security and other miscellaneous tests.

Free Popup Blocker Tests, Wi-Fi, Java, Miscellaneous Security Checks

PopupTest – provides a simple and independent source for popup window testing. Whether you are developing a popup killer software or you are thinking about purchasing one, you can use our sample popups to test the effectiveness of the application.

Popup Blocker Test – is the most complete way for you to test your popup blocking software. Your popup blocker will be given a series of tests that range from your standard popup to very complex popups that will slip by most popular ad blockers.

PopupDummy! Popup Test Page – 9 different popups will be tested which demonstrate adware, spyware, and activex installers.

Fortify – SSL Encryption Check – Check your browsers encryption. – Scan your security event log online! Check for high security events happening on your machine, such as users logging on to your machine, accesses to important files on your machine, failed logon attempts, security policy changes to your machine, and more! Use EventLogScan to check that your system is truly secure! ActiveX based. Requires Internet Explorer.

JSecure – JSecure is designed to let you test the integrity of the security manager built into your web browser or Java applet viewer. JSecure faithfully reports the results of its tests and never returns any information to the web server. The safety and privacy of your system are assured. But you need to run JSecure because any other applet on the Internet can access the same information that JSecure does — even without your knowledge!

McAfee Wi-FiScan – surveys your current Wi-Fi connection, your wireless equipment, and local environment to assess security risks introduced by your wireless network. If security or performance issues are found, McAfee will suggest ways to reduce your risk. ActiveX based. Requires Internet Explorer.

EndPointScan – Online scanner for portable device usage! – carries out granular checks across all types of ports USB, Firewire, Bluetooth, Infrared, PCMIA and Wi-Fi on all machines. This utility provides complete and thorough information about all portable devices and can scan multiple computers simultaneously. EndPointScan is fully compatible with existing network management or administrative tools such as Active Directory and it will also work on Vista systems. ActiveX based. Requires Internet Explorer.

Java Tester – What Version of Java Are You Running? – Multiple copies of Java can be installed on a single computer, and, if you have more than one web browser, each one can use a different version of Java, or none at all, so be sure to test them all. This site provides nine ways to determine the version of Java a web browser is using.

PC Pitstop: Free PC Diagnostics, computer help and Tuneups – Is your PC acting sluggish? Are strange windows inexplicably popping up on your screen? Do you have to reboot your computer because of errors and lockups? This free computer checkup and diagnostics can help you detect and fix many common computer problems!

F-Secure Health Check – checks whether you have an Anti-Virus, Firewall and Anti-Spyware software installed on your computer, checks whether you have known vulnerabilities in your applications, checks whether you have applications that are no longer supported by the vendor and helps you fix the vulnerabilities found.

Password Checker: Using Strong Passwords | Microsoft Security – Your online accounts, computer files, and personal information are more secure when you use strong passwords to help protect them. Check your password — is it strong?

Find a Hash – This page will search for a hash in the NIST National Software reference Library for files matching your hash. The NSRL is a collection of hashes of “known” software. If you find a random file on your system, and are not sure if it is part of some software you installed, enter the hash here and see if it finds it.

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