Purplenova 3.3 for Windows

by Infinishare Technologies

Avg. Rating 4.2 (14 votes)

File Details

File Size 2.9 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 1,235
Publisher Infinishare Technologies
Homepage Purplenova

Publisher's Description

Purplenova allows you to host files and Web-Services directly from your PC, running any version of MS Windows. It can be used to host all types of files including MS Office files, music play-lists, Photos, Webpages, and even Web-Services directly from your PC. People who you choose to provide access to these files can access them through normal Internet Browsers using their unique URL, without any plug-ins or additional software. Only the files you explicitly select for hosting are accessible. People DO NOT get access to your PC, nor can they write to or modify your files in any way. You can choose to make your transmissions secure, in which case the file contents are transmitted encrypted end-to-end, leveraging the SSL protocol.

Latest Reviews

Qlib

Qlib reviewed v3.0 Beta on May 3, 2007

I dont really agree that you can compare this to websites that lets you share files..this is more a local HTTP server.. but.. ads.. arrgh..

and there ARE similar things out there that are better and opensource and free so.. bleh..

spiked

spiked reviewed v1.0 Beta on Dec 6, 2006

There are plenty of sites that accomplish the same objective without requiring special software on the sender's side (and requiring the sender's PC to be left on and connected to the Internet at the time the recipients retrieve files). While Purplenova may seem to be more secure/private, you still have to trust their word which isn't much different than the word of the other sites.

Purplenova is ad-supported, so both the sender and recipients are subjected to ads but that's not unusual.

Avg. Rating 4.2 (14 votes)
Your Rating
Qlib

Qlib reviewed v3.0 Beta on May 3, 2007

I dont really agree that you can compare this to websites that lets you share files..this is more a local HTTP server.. but.. ads.. arrgh..

and there ARE similar things out there that are better and opensource and free so.. bleh..

spiked

spiked reviewed v1.0 Beta on Dec 6, 2006

There are plenty of sites that accomplish the same objective without requiring special software on the sender's side (and requiring the sender's PC to be left on and connected to the Internet at the time the recipients retrieve files). While Purplenova may seem to be more secure/private, you still have to trust their word which isn't much different than the word of the other sites.

Purplenova is ad-supported, so both the sender and recipients are subjected to ads but that's not unusual.

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