Net Radar

Net Radar monitors the status of your VPN connection and shows the current geographical location of your public IP address in the menu bar. Net Radar will warn you immediately when your connection is no longer private.

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Features
  • Runs in the menu bar, showing the current geographical location of your Internet connection.
  • The color of the displayed location indicates the status of your VPN connection.
  • Clicking on the menu bar item will display a popup showing the location on a map and the status of your connection.
  • Can be automatically launched at startup of your Mac.
  • Works with all types of remote VPN connections.
  • The type of warning can be configured to be a simple notification, a modal dialog, or as a popup.
  • Does not interfere with your Internet connection or VPN setup.
  • Includes a Setup Assistant that leads you through a few simple steps to set up Net Radar.
  • Can also be used to just monitor the location of your public IP address, without VPN verifications.

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Note: Net Radar cannot guarantee 100% safety of your Internet connection. It only monitors the operational status of your VPN connection, based on system events and empirical data.

  • Net Radar does include a VPN service.
  • Net Radar is not able to check whether your connection is encrypted or not.
  • Net Radar is not able to detect IPv6 and DNS leaks.
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Radar.net was a photo sharing website and application that allowed users to share pictures and videos. Only those people chosen by the user could view the uploaded content. It was targeted at people who used mobile phones with cameras to take pictures.[1] The application supported multiple platforms including web, iPhone, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile and Java (software platform).

Radar.net was similar to other photo sharing websites such as Flickr, but was adapted especially for viewing content created with mobile phones. Uploading could be done either using a PC, or by sending the picture or video from a camera phone to a personalized email address. According to John Poisson, CEO of Tiny Pictures Inc., who started the site, more than 750,000 people had registered on the site since its launch in June 2006, as of February 2008.

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Radar shut down on May 26, 2010 at noon (PDT).[2]

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References[edit]

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  1. ^Lyneka Little (February 9, 2008). 'Online: Sharing'. The Wall Street Journal. p. W2. Retrieved 2008-02-26.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^MG Siegler (May 10, 2010). 'Radar Locates The Deadpool On May 26'. TechCrunch. Retrieved 2011-10-11.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
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