by Bernd Eckenfels, email@example.com, 2001-09-30 for Freefire.org
This Page is about browsing Freefire.org. You will find help on topics like
personalization, meaning of the symbols and notation, explanation of the
layout and a way to contact the webmaster for questions or comments.
Please use http://www.freefire.org/ to
bookmark or link to this site. Some of the pages are available in German, to
reach this localized page, use http://www.freefire.de/.
External Links may be marked with the following notation:
- [html] - Link points to an HTML Document
- [tgz] - Link points to an .tar.gz Archive, possible a big source code
archive or archive of assorted documents
- [dir] - Link points to an FTP Server's Directory
- [ftp] - Link points to an file on a FTP Server (most likely an
- <Author> - Name of the Author/Publisher/Editor of a Resource (if
it is a link, it points to the home page or the email of the person)
- dmoz: - Category in the [html] Open Directory Project
- Book: "Title" <Author> - Link to the book on amazon.com
The Navigation Bar (normally on the left side of the page, with a red
background) is designed to assist your navigation through the side. The
major sections are directly reachable from every page:
- Tools - The Software Database containing Links to Source code and
Binaries for Free IT Security Software
- Library - The reading room, containing links to information resources
- Mailinglist - The Mailinglist Subscribe/UN-subscribe page
- News - Homepage and Journal
- Articles - Articles about IT-Security issues, contributed for Freefire
You can always use the Link "I want to contact you" to reach the Feedback
page. You can use the "I want to contribute" link, to contribute to the
Freefire project (and read about the details). With "I want to be notified"
you can subscribe to the announce mailing list, which will keep u up to date
with the latest news.
The 3 personalized links "I am a beginner", "I am a regular" and "I am a
developer" lead you to pages designed especially for your possible
The top of the page contains an header, describing the Section you are in, the title of the page
you read, the Author and the date of the last change of the text.
On the bottom of each page is an additional Copyright statement and possibly
a history with important changes to this text.
Not yet supported, but shortly you may have a way to log into the site as
developer or regular user, and Freefire.org will remember the date of your
last visit, so you can get a better feeling on what is new since your last
The Freefire Announce Mailing List is used to distribute notification of
major changes to the site, and the Freefire Bulletin. Use the Mailinglist
Link in the Navigation Bar to subscribe to the Mailing List.
Freefire.org is using Links to Amazon.com for recommended books. This is to
get some shares of your buys to finance fees for the domain. It should also
help you, to easily get a hold of the recommended literature. It really helps
us, if you shop over those links. Be aware that all links to books at
amazon.com are marked with "Book:" or a picture of the cover of the book, so
you do not have to visit amazon.com if you do not wish to.
NOTE: Freefire.org is not responsible for the content of linked sites. It is
impossible for us, to judge the content of a site according to international
law. It is also impossible for us to track changes and additions to once
linked sites. Therefore you are responsible on your own for visiting those
NOTE: since Freefire.org is not a commercial company, we are unable to track
international trademark law. All names of Companies ore trademarks we might
have used on our site without the attribution (TM, Reg, &Copy;, ...) does
not mean, we do not respect those registered marks. You are not free to use
those registered brands. You have to check the usage for yourself.
NOTE: Freefire.org is not responsible for any action which may be enabled by
reading info from Freefire's web page or linked sites. This is, because YOU
are RESPONSIBLE for YOUR actions.
NOTE: Freefire.org disclaims any responsibility for information given on our
web pages. This includes (but not limited to): correctness, possible damage
caused by using of the described methods or software, revealed trade
secrets, material which is republished (copyright violation). We can simply
not control, enforce or judge it. If you find any of those things, please
Copyright © 2001-2005, Bernd Eckenfels, Germany