middle_man 0.3.0004 for Windows

by Krunch Software

Avg. Rating 4.1 (52 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.9 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 15,233
Publisher Krunch Software
Homepage middle_man

Publisher's Description

middle_man is an AIM add-on for Ad Removal, Transparency, Away Message Groups, Idle Control, Buddy Aliasing, Logging (IM, Profile, DC), Remote Control Features, Scripting, and much more.

Latest Reviews

werwin

werwin reviewed v0.2.0012 Beta 2 on Feb 11, 2006

You can choose the version to download - one that has no ads, or one with ads.

HyperFury

HyperFury reviewed v0.2.0012 Beta 2 on Nov 6, 2005

If you read there forums they have made it clear there is now adware/spyware.. and look a year later with no updated version. By the time Triton is out you won't even need this since logging will be with Triton.

jon8rfc

jon8rfc reviewed v0.2.0012 Beta 2 on Jul 11, 2005

Very nice, no more random maxed out cpu after a long time.

OSuser

OSuser reviewed v0.2.0012 Beta 2 on Jul 11, 2005

No it's not an Adware. Check out his forum and read. Seeing everyone else making the benjamins these days why not? If everyone would welling to donate couple of $ or $$ for his hard work and time. Too bad not everyone feel the same way. Thats why a lot of geeks come here hoping to get great programs(beta) for free and complain.

Tokar

Tokar reviewed v0.2.0012 Beta 2 on Jul 11, 2005

Middle_Man is not freeware anymore.
It is now Adware.

Just go to the forum to see for yourselves.
The admin made an statement and has said that they need money and have therefore made a deal with WhenU to include their software with Middle_Man.

It is not being accepted very well in the community...

They dont update for a year, they call this a tester version...its not even a beta, or whatever, and now they add adware to their product...great job guys!

Adidas1532

Adidas1532 reviewed v0.2.0012 Beta 2 on Jul 10, 2005

Pixelv2, what ARE you talking about? have you even used the program? it does what they advertise better than any other program out there. triton is a long way off, and at the rate AIM has been going will probably suck just like every release after 5.2. hopefully triton will be better, but i doubt it. until then, don't give a program a 1 because you don't like it. give it a 1 because it doesn't work, freezes your machine, something like that. Idiot.

Tokar: you have the option to install an ad-supported version or non-ad supported version. Calling it adware is incorrect.

darthbeads

darthbeads reviewed v0.2.0012 Beta 2 on Jul 10, 2005

"Felony"? Sounds like you spend too much time watching bad night-time legal dramas....

Pixelv2

Pixelv2 reviewed v0.2.0012 Beta 2 on Jul 10, 2005

Two things

1) It is a violating of the AIM License Agreement to tamper with and alter the files this program tampers with...not that any of you kiddies care. What's one more felony anyway? :)

2) Programs like this are on their way out. The new AIM "Triton" does everything these hacks do, and do it right. Within the next year there will be no need for these sorry excuses for programs...as if there is a need for one now.

Like every other AIM hack, this gets a big fat 1 rating.
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For those b****ing and complaining about giving this POS a bad rating, it's because it alters AIM installed files. One program altering another programs files, well, that was once considered virus like activity. You dolts have no idea how easy it is for this knucklehead to steal info off your computer with what he does. If you get burned, then good, you deserve it for being such an unintelligent chimp.

Tokar

Tokar reviewed v0.2.0011 on Jul 4, 2005

This has suffered the same fate as DeadAIM.

It was a hot tool like DeadAIM.
Now it is a DEAD tool like DeadAIM. They promised new version but...it never came out.

This version is now worthless with all the new builds of AIM.

Nikkie

Nikkie reviewed v0.2.0011 on May 3, 2005

good alternative to deadaim but free ..

Avg. Rating 4.1 (52 votes)
Your Rating
werwin

werwin reviewed v0.2.0012 Beta 2 on Feb 11, 2006

You can choose the version to download - one that has no ads, or one with ads.

HyperFury

HyperFury reviewed v0.2.0012 Beta 2 on Nov 6, 2005

If you read there forums they have made it clear there is now adware/spyware.. and look a year later with no updated version. By the time Triton is out you won't even need this since logging will be with Triton.

jon8rfc

jon8rfc reviewed v0.2.0012 Beta 2 on Jul 11, 2005

Very nice, no more random maxed out cpu after a long time.

OSuser

OSuser reviewed v0.2.0012 Beta 2 on Jul 11, 2005

No it's not an Adware. Check out his forum and read. Seeing everyone else making the benjamins these days why not? If everyone would welling to donate couple of $ or $$ for his hard work and time. Too bad not everyone feel the same way. Thats why a lot of geeks come here hoping to get great programs(beta) for free and complain.

Tokar

Tokar reviewed v0.2.0012 Beta 2 on Jul 11, 2005

Middle_Man is not freeware anymore.
It is now Adware.

Just go to the forum to see for yourselves.
The admin made an statement and has said that they need money and have therefore made a deal with WhenU to include their software with Middle_Man.

It is not being accepted very well in the community...

They dont update for a year, they call this a tester version...its not even a beta, or whatever, and now they add adware to their product...great job guys!

Adidas1532

Adidas1532 reviewed v0.2.0012 Beta 2 on Jul 10, 2005

Pixelv2, what ARE you talking about? have you even used the program? it does what they advertise better than any other program out there. triton is a long way off, and at the rate AIM has been going will probably suck just like every release after 5.2. hopefully triton will be better, but i doubt it. until then, don't give a program a 1 because you don't like it. give it a 1 because it doesn't work, freezes your machine, something like that. Idiot.

Tokar: you have the option to install an ad-supported version or non-ad supported version. Calling it adware is incorrect.

darthbeads

darthbeads reviewed v0.2.0012 Beta 2 on Jul 10, 2005

"Felony"? Sounds like you spend too much time watching bad night-time legal dramas....

Pixelv2

Pixelv2 reviewed v0.2.0012 Beta 2 on Jul 10, 2005

Two things

1) It is a violating of the AIM License Agreement to tamper with and alter the files this program tampers with...not that any of you kiddies care. What's one more felony anyway? :)

2) Programs like this are on their way out. The new AIM "Triton" does everything these hacks do, and do it right. Within the next year there will be no need for these sorry excuses for programs...as if there is a need for one now.

Like every other AIM hack, this gets a big fat 1 rating.
-----------
For those b****ing and complaining about giving this POS a bad rating, it's because it alters AIM installed files. One program altering another programs files, well, that was once considered virus like activity. You dolts have no idea how easy it is for this knucklehead to steal info off your computer with what he does. If you get burned, then good, you deserve it for being such an unintelligent chimp.

Tokar

Tokar reviewed v0.2.0011 on Jul 4, 2005

This has suffered the same fate as DeadAIM.

It was a hot tool like DeadAIM.
Now it is a DEAD tool like DeadAIM. They promised new version but...it never came out.

This version is now worthless with all the new builds of AIM.

Nikkie

Nikkie reviewed v0.2.0011 on May 3, 2005

good alternative to deadaim but free ..

viserov

viserov reviewed v0.2.0011 on Jun 10, 2004

Wasn't this released a long time ago?

cultavix

cultavix reviewed v0.2.0011 Beta 2 on Apr 27, 2004

Yea man whats going on, this program is awesome!

xtool

xtool reviewed v0.2.0011 Beta 2 on Apr 27, 2004

Great to see more updates on Middle_Man. Works wonderfully.

jon8rfc

jon8rfc reviewed v0.2.0011 Beta 2 on Apr 27, 2004

I'm running AIM 5.5.3591 and everything works great.

jon8rfc

jon8rfc reviewed v0.2.0010RR Beta 2 on Apr 12, 2004

Rock on! Works great with AIM 5.5.3588!

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