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Eugene Mayevski takes a post of Chief Executive Officer in EldoS Corporation, the company that specializes in development of security and data storage components for software developers.

You can contact EldoS Corporation and Eugene Mayevski in particular via one of Contact options on EldoS site.

Also you can check Eugene's security-related blog or Google+ page.


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awarded  Autobiographer
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comment Is there an open source tool to map SFTP connections as a Windows mapped drive?
@VisioN Lite IS the "ordinary" one.
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comment Is there an open source tool to map SFTP connections as a Windows mapped drive?
@VisioN Yes, Lite version is free.
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comment Trouble setting up multidomain SSL in IIS 7?
What does this have to do with programming?
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revised Is there an open source tool to map SFTP connections as a Windows mapped drive?
Added an update
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comment Is there an open source tool to map SFTP connections as a Windows mapped drive?
@SheldonMcGee I wonder how I didn't notice this before.
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comment squid with SSH dynamic redirect
Your question is not programming-related and thus is offtopic here
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revised Bad response from freeSSHd server
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answered FTP, Windows server 2008 r2, windows firewall problems
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answered SFTP is working but SSH failed why?
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answered How many certificates are needed if to redirect non-www requests to www prefixed ones over https
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answered Bad response from freeSSHd server
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answered Is there an open source tool to map SFTP connections as a Windows mapped drive?
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comment Client-side certificates
I think ServerFault would be a more appropriate place for a question since it's clearly a configuration issue and not a programming one.
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comment Multiple SSL on same IP
@Phil "web traffic" doesn't mean browsers. If it's not browsers, it can be any other HTTPS client, not necessarily custom service with capabilities to dictate anything.
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comment Multiple SSL on same IP
@Phil P you name the browsers, and there exists numerous other software (whose share can be even larger, than browsers' one) and this software isn't updated as frequently as browsers (and even browsers are not in corporate environments).