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  • Fabian 11:50 on October 17, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , , Kiwingu, , , , ,   

    OS X Yosemite: Our products are ready! 

    OS X Yosemite

    Just in time for Apple’s next major OS release, we worked hard to make all of our Mail plugins and other software products compatible with OS X Yosemite.

    Please make sure that you have the latest version of our plugins installed to assure compatibility with Yosemite. Get them here.

    To celebrate the launch of OS X Yosemite, we sell all of our software products until October, 24th with a 25% discount. Use the coupon code YOSEMITE in our ChungwaStore to get access to the discounted prices.

     
  • Fabian 20:59 on April 14, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , bugfix, Kiwingu, ,   

    Heartbleed everywhere, but not in our products! 

    We have received many questions from our users regarding the omnipresent Heartbleed bug in OpenSSL, a library that is used in many web services and also in our own applications, Shimo and Kiwingu. That’s why we want to inform you about the impact of this bug on your secure VPN connections and cloud storage access.

    First of all: You are completely safe!

    In both cases, with Shimo and Kiwingu, SSL may be used for authentication, but the heartbleed bug is primarily critical when employed on a secured server. Therefore your remote endpoint (e.g. VPN server or cloud storage provider) needs to make sure that the Heartbleed bug is fixed. The client side (our applications) is not affected and cannot be exploited to expose any information.

    Nevertheless, the latest beta versions of our applications will be bundled with a fixed version of the OpenSSL library, which does not contain the Heartbleed bug anymore. This does not add anything to your internet security (as the current versions are already safe), but it makes sure that our applications are up-to-date with the latest security developments.

    The latest and greatest versions of Shimo and Kiwingu can be purchased with a discount of 25% for the next seven days. The corresponding coupon code is HEARTBEAT and can be used in our ChungwaStore.

     
  • Fabian 17:34 on May 1, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Kiwingu,   

    Kiwingu: Plug&Play for the Cloud. 

    Kiwingu_logoToday ChungwaSoft unveils its next big product: Kiwingu – a cloud storage client for the rest of us.

    With Kiwingu you will be able to access your cloud storage with the same simplicity as you currently use USB pen drives. Kiwingu supports multiple different protocol types to ensure that you can access your cloud storage without bothering with additional software packages. When using Kiwingu, your cloud drive appears in your Finder the same way your USB pen drives would do when you plug them into your computer. Your cloud drives are accessible from every application on your system and you don’t have to make the detour through your web browser or another piece of software just to download or upload a file to or from the cloud.

    Get Kiwingu now!

     
  • Fabian 19:18 on August 13, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , cloud, , Kiwingu, storage   

    Kiwingu Closed BETA starts today – UPDATED 

    Kiwingu ApplicationTime has come for another great application from ChungwaSoft. We are very proud to announce the start of the Kiwingu closed BETA today. People willing to help testing our new software product are invited to register in our community forum and send me a short message with the request to be added to the BETA test. Please include a short description of yourself and your experience in BETA testing software products.
    After an approval process, you will be able to see the BETA forums, which also give you access to the latest Kiwingu BETA versions, which you can download and try on your system. Any kind of feedback is highly appreciated, of course.

    To everyone excited to know what Kiwingu is all about: As cloud storage becomes ubiquitous, there is a need for good client applications, which make your remote storage available to your local computer system. Kiwingu does exactly this: It allows to integrate remote cloud storage into your OS X the same way you do with USB pen drives. Just connect and that’s it. In its first version Kiwingu will support FTP, SFTP, Amazon S3 and WebDAV services … more services to be announced :-)

     
    • Justin Carrico 08:14 on September 2, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      I look forward to trying what appears to be an astounding gift to technology in general and software specifically.

      My regards,
      Justin

 
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