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BIView Crack

The BIView application was developed to be a free intrusion (attack) file viewer for BlackIce Defender personal firewall. Its purpose is to view the intrusion list created by the BlackIce Defender Utility from a local or remote (when connected to a network) PC.







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– BIView Crack Free Download is the only (free) intrusion file viewer application for BlackIce Defender personal firewall.
– BIView Crack is based on the technology developed by Simson Sionov ( It was first integrated into BlackIce Defender in June 2003 and since then was updated several times.
– BIView Cracked Accounts can be used either on a PC or a BlackIce Defender dedicated hardware module.
– BIView Free Download can both view reports created by BlackIce Defender, and display the malware signature database including signatures used by BlackIce Defender.

BIView Usage:

1. First launch the program from the *Help* menu.
2. BIView will create its own configuration file (BIV.ini) in the default configuration directory. This file is used for storing the list of your own directories to be scanned.
3. To start the scanner add the location of the directory containing the intrusion file(s) under the main scan arguments.
4. To stop scanning all the files in that directory remove the argument.
5. You can also add several options that help to adjust the scanning process.
6. Run the program.

To view the intrusion file BIView must be connected to a network and it must be running on the same PC that is running BlackIce Defender.
BIView example commands:

\> biview.exe -s “C:\ToBeScanned” –option1 –option2

The option 1 are used to add or to remove individual directories from the list of directories that are scanned. The option 2 are used to change the colour of the current list of directories.
Example 3:

\> biview.exe -s “C:\ToBeScanned” –option1 -p yellow

The option 1 are used to add or to remove individual directories from the list of directories that are scanned. The option 2 are used to change the colour of the current list of directories.
Example 4:

\> biview.exe -s “C:\ToBeScanned” –option1 -p noyellow

The option 1 are used to add or to remove individual directories from the list of directories that are scanned. The option 2 are used to change the colour of the current

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Copyright (c) 2016  BlackIce Defender Systems A/S
The copyright and license terms for this software are available at

This software is provided ‘as-is’, without any express or implied
warranty. In no event will the authors be held liable for any damages
arising from the use of this software.

Permission is granted to anyone to use this software for any purpose,
including commercial applications, and to alter it and redistribute
it freely, subject to the following restrictions:

1. The origin of this software must not be misrepresented; you must
not claim that you wrote the original software. If you use this
software in a product, an acknowledgment in the product documentation
would be appreciated but is not required.

2. Altered source versions must be plainly marked as such, and must
not be misrepresented as being the original software.

3. This notice may not be removed or altered from any source

The BIView source code is distributed under a GPL-3.0+ license.

Source Code:

How to Install BIView:
Install BIView from source code on any compatible PC or Mac.

To install BIView on Windows PC:
1. Open a console window.
2. Type “git clone ”
3. Type “cd BIView”.
4. Type “./install.sh”.

To install BIView on a Mac:
1. Open a console window.
2. Type “git clone “.
3. Type “cd BIView”.
4. Type “./install.sh”.

BIView Requirements:

BIView is distributed with the following requirements:

Mono.Net Framework:

Version: 4.5.1

License: GPL-3.0+

Console BIView:


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BLACKICE Defender Utility is an open source wireless security system based on application layer protocol technology. You can use its built-in SSID detection and IP geolocation tools to protect your network. BlackICE Defender can detect and avoid wireless network attacks such as eavesdropping, fingerprinting, man-in-the-middle, and hostile WiFi cracking. It can also block access to known WiFi hotspots which are known to be part of a nation-state sponsored Cyber Attack. BlackICE Defender protects against various wireless attacks, such as WiFi cracking, GPS based surveillance, AP acquisition, and malicious access points. You can run BlackICE Defender as a Windows Service or as a standalone utility that is protected by a password. BlackICE Defender is not compatible with VPNs.
BIView Requirements:
BIView is a portable application that must be run on a Windows PC with a local network connection. The PC should not be connected to the Internet, or to any other secure network. For this reason, the BIView application will not function in an environment that is not connected to a secure network. The BIView application must be run on a computer with a Java Virtual Machine. BlackIce Defender must be installed on that computer. BIView is installed on two computers, mine and Alex Bishop’s. BIView is designed to be run on a computer with BlackIce installed and running (1) if no connection is made to a remote network, or (2) if a connection is made to a remote network but the remote network is detected as non-secured. BIView is not designed to run on a computer without BlackIce installed or when the BlackIce Utility is not running.

The BlackIce Defender application works in conjunction with BIView to create, view, and delete intrusion alerts. BlackIce can store up to 1000 intrusion alerts.

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When a system user wishes to run the BlackIce Defender utility, a user is prompted to do one of three things:

If BlackIce is running, BlackIce will start running, or the system will start BIView if it is not already running. The BIView application will automatically start BlackIce Defender.
If the system is not running BlackIce, it will be started with a single click.
If the system user wishes to create a single additional alert, then BIView will open a dialog that allows the user to create an additional alert. When the user finishes creating the alert, BIV

What’s New in the?

– Discover what files are being stored in the memory of a Windows XP based computer
– Discovered files are directly copied into the the folder of your choice
– Ability to load files externally if they are stored on a file sharing network
– Display file version numbers and sizes
– Ability to rename the file by double clicking on it and then enter its new name
– Save files to the folder you choose
– Ability to sort through filenames by date, size and/or type
– Ability to show and hide files in the folder by double clicking them
– Help system with history and file by date sorted
– Ability to give new sorted file names to a file
– Ability to delete the file by selecting the file and then selecting delete from the file menu
– Ability to rename by copying the file name to the clipboard and pasting it into the field
– Ability to delete files from the memory
– Ability to stop the scanning and save the scanning progress
– Ability to record the file names and IP addresses found in memory
– Ability to sort the list of files found in memory alphabetically
– Ability to show a listing of the type of files found in memory, such as which are plain text, media, files, etc.
BIView Developer:
– Developer of BIView is Miguel de Otero
– BIView is not affiliated in any way with its developer, but can be used to view data found in the memory of a computer.
BIView Download:
– Windows based downloads available from
– Microsoft Office and Internet Explorer required
– Supported on Windows 2000 (semi-interactive), XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10.
BIView Demo:
– Demo available from
– Example usage of the software found from the instructions at that site
– Some screenshots included
– Demo available for Windows 2000 (semi-interactive), XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10.
– Internet Explorer 7 or higher is required.
– If you are using a standalone installation of Windows, you will be prompted to run with admin privileges and you will need to confirm that this is what you want to do. You can also run it as administrator from within Windows XP and Windows 7 without this prompt.
– Microsoft Office and Internet Explorer are required.
– Internet Explorer is required.


System Requirements For BIView:

OS: Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3) or higher
CPU: Intel or AMD Core 2 Duo processor
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Hard Drive: 1 GB free space
DirectX: Version 9.0c or higher
Additional Notes:
Before installation, please read the installation instructions carefully.
Q: Do you need Internet connection for the final installation?
A: It is recommended but not required.
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