July 15, 2008

Adeona, free Laptop-Tracking System

Filed under: internet, open source — Tags: — egoleo @ 11:30 am

Adeona is the first Open Source system for tracking the location of your lost or stolen laptop that does not rely on a proprietary, central service. This means that you can install Adeona on your laptop and go ā€” there’s no need to rely on a single third party. What’s more, Adeona addresses a critical privacy goal different from existing commercial offerings. It is privacy-preserving. This means that no one besides the owner (or an agent of the owner’s choosing) can use Adeona to track a laptop. Unlike other systems, users of Adeona can rest assured that no one can abuse the system in order to track where they use their laptop.




  1. yo George Gyau.Man what’s happening??
    hope u doing well in India.this just a shout out from me,Kofi Boakye.I used to be a member of the LinuxCape club.A nerdy looking guy in glasses.Thanks for introducing me to ubuntu.Its the best.i’m also on the planet open ghana site .havent anything interesting to write yet.later

    Comment by Kofi Boakye — July 26, 2008 @ 6:24 pm

  2. hey kofi, i do not forget about my friends like you. šŸ™‚ i do remember you well and i am doing great. So whats up with ya?

    Comment by egoleo — July 28, 2008 @ 6:41 am

  3. very ineteresting application. will look into it.

    Comment by Jonathan — July 30, 2008 @ 6:20 pm

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