Niche software to go.

SelekTOR 3.13-42 For Windows Released

Hi folks Here is the latest update for the Windows version of SelekTOR. Mostly minor bugfixes but have added one new feature (user requested) to the Pattern Editor which allows you to specify a comma separated list of hosts and ip’s not to proxy but you can also use URL patterns as well. Also included […]

SelekTOR 3.13-39 For Linux Released

Hi folks Here is the latest update for the Linux version of SelekTOR. Mostly minor bugfixes and French translation fixes  but have added one new feature (user requested) to the Pattern Editor which allows you to specify a comma separated list of hosts and ip’s not to proxy but you can also use URL patterns […]

MaNGOLin Discontinued

Due to simple lack of any support by users of MaNGOLin it has now been discontinued and you only have yourselves to blame, zero donations in god knows how many years is simply just taking the piss. Regards Alistair Neil

SelekTOR 3.13-41 For Windows Released

Fixed an installer issue related to Java runtime detection, so anyone who had problems installing SelekTOR  due to not finding Java then this fixes it. Regards Alistair

SelekTOR 3.13-40 For Windows Released

Hi Folks Although I no longer support the Windows XP platform the move to tighter JNA integration on the Windows platform broke Windows XP compatibility. This release fixes that issue and SelekTOR now works again on the XP platform, please note no support is available for this platform if it works for you great! If […]

SelekTOR 3.13-39 For Windows Released

Hi Folks New release for Windows is now available, new screen-shot taken from Windows 10. Fixed an installation issue on 32 bit versions of Windows. Trial version now has access to all functionality and increased runtime to 1 hour. See changelog for full details. Regards Alistair

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Dazzle Ships in this case refers to the album released by the best band to come out of the Wirral/Liverpool, I of course refer to OMD, and not the Beatles.

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Dazzle also refers to a style of camouflage used on naval vessels during WWI & II. Please note this site nor myself have any affiliation with OMD other than being one of their fan boys. This website is the direct result of Alistair Neil's warbling when he isn't being a full time dad to the cutest toddler on the planet.