Civil Netizen Beta 8 for Multiple Platforms

by Civil Engines Research, LLC

Avg. Rating 4.6 (20 votes)

File Details

File Size 4.3 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Mac, Windows 2000/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 2,717
Publisher Civil Engines Research, LLC
Homepage Civil Netizen

Publisher's Description

Civil Netizen is an innovative file transfer program designed to simplify the way you send and receive up to 4GB of your digital content and ensure 100% privacy. No longer will you have to deal with the hassle of setting up FTP servers, shared drives, hosting accounts, large email attachments, or 3rd party websites. Built on the Mozilla Firefox platform and secured with 128-bit AES encryption, it offers you the peace of mind that your personal content will securely arrive at your intended destination.

Latest Reviews

davygiven

davygiven reviewed vBeta 3 on Apr 26, 2006

Transfered a file on my LAN without any problems.

One to watch.

jeevs77

jeevs77 reviewed vBeta 1 on Jan 21, 2006

great morals and the like
otherwise very similar to pando.com/beta
it's hard to tell the difference, and at least for now it seems to be less reliable; all the same well worth checking out, as well as pando.

DaveBG

DaveBG reviewed vBeta 1 on Jan 18, 2006

This thing has a potential! Added to Watch List :)

darthbeads

darthbeads reviewed vBeta 1 on Jan 18, 2006

I am also having no luck connecting. That said, this is a new product and a first release, so it's perfectly possible it's a problem on their end. Furthermore, I really like the interface, the drag-and-drop of folders, and the whole idea. I'll be keeping an eye on this....

lmwhit

lmwhit reviewed vBeta 1 on Jan 17, 2006

I've installed this on 2 computers. Both on DSL connections. I've even disabled the firewalls on both computers yet the transfers seem to fail. This might be a router problem, I'm not sure. I've not gotten any firewall notification problem as the description suggests. It's a great idea but still has a way to go. .. Both are running xp. Kerio firewall was used but as I said.. I even tried without firewall enabled. Keep at it because this could be a great app/. :)

Avg. Rating 4.6 (20 votes)
Your Rating
davygiven

davygiven reviewed vBeta 3 on Apr 26, 2006

Transfered a file on my LAN without any problems.

One to watch.

jeevs77

jeevs77 reviewed vBeta 1 on Jan 21, 2006

great morals and the like
otherwise very similar to pando.com/beta
it's hard to tell the difference, and at least for now it seems to be less reliable; all the same well worth checking out, as well as pando.

DaveBG

DaveBG reviewed vBeta 1 on Jan 18, 2006

This thing has a potential! Added to Watch List :)

darthbeads

darthbeads reviewed vBeta 1 on Jan 18, 2006

I am also having no luck connecting. That said, this is a new product and a first release, so it's perfectly possible it's a problem on their end. Furthermore, I really like the interface, the drag-and-drop of folders, and the whole idea. I'll be keeping an eye on this....

lmwhit

lmwhit reviewed vBeta 1 on Jan 17, 2006

I've installed this on 2 computers. Both on DSL connections. I've even disabled the firewalls on both computers yet the transfers seem to fail. This might be a router problem, I'm not sure. I've not gotten any firewall notification problem as the description suggests. It's a great idea but still has a way to go. .. Both are running xp. Kerio firewall was used but as I said.. I even tried without firewall enabled. Keep at it because this could be a great app/. :)

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