Network Composer Version 7 – The Solution To Torpark Anonymity

Torpark signature and ability to block anonymous proxies give network administrators greater control over their Internet data stream. Network Composer Version 7 allows administrators to apply policies to Torpark client traffic to block it and regain control over usage.

Cymphonix, Bandwidth Shaping, Bandwidth Management leader, today announced the ability to block Torpark client usage in its upcoming Network Composer Version 7. With the creation of a signature for the newly developed Torpark Web browser that allows users to surf the Internet anonymously and the ability to block the usage of anonymous proxies, Cymphonix is giving IT administrators greater control over their network resources and the content being viewed.

With Torpark, an individual can download the application onto a USB thumb drive, and by plugging it into the USB port of any computer, create an encrypted tunnel from the computer that allows the user to surf the Internet anonymously. While Torpark is a tool for people who want to surf the Internet anonymously in public places, the application can be problematic to a business because it can bypass Internet filtering policies and invite unwanted traffic and content into the organization’s network.

Network Composer Version 7 allows administrators to apply policies to Torpark client traffic to block it and regain control over usage. Policies can be applied to a single user, a group of users or an entire organization and can include different usage rules based on time of day. As an individual attempts to connect using Torpark, Network Composer can block the traffic regardless of the way the client is used – running Torpark on a USB drive, CD or even installed on a host machine.

“Torpark gives users the ability to access the Internet anonymously in public places, but can be detrimental in a corporate environment,” said Kevin Santiago, Cymphonix CEO. “By adding Torpark to Network Composer’s signature base, we are providing network administrators greater control over their organization’s network and the use of their resources.”

The Torpark signature will be available in Network Composer Version 7 along with Anonymous Proxy Guard, which prevents the use of anonymous proxy sites that allow employees to bypass filters and monitoring tools.

Cymphonix Network Composer Version 7 is available only at Cymphonix and its channel partners. Customers with current annual software maintenance agreements will be able to download the software for no additional charge.

Cymphonix Corporation, headquartered in Sandy, Utah, uses patent-pending Cross-Layer Intelligence technology to provide unmatched network threat protection and resource optimization. With the powerful XLi engine, Cymphonix products seamlessly integrate network protection, application performance, and traffic visibility into a single, easily managed solution. Leading the Cymphonix product line is Network Composer, a smart gateway appliance that helps organizations understand at a glance who is abusing network resources and with what applications – enabling problems to be corrected instantly through a clear, easy-to-manage interface.

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Leading Russian Composer And Executive Alexander Shulgin Signs To MusicDish Network

MusicDish President Eric de Fontenay announced the signing of leading Russian composer, performer and industry executive Alexander Shulgin to its artist development program. Shulgin has had more than 20 hit albums, including 10 Number 1 albums as co-producer, while working with such iconic artists as Valeria, Mumiy Troll, Dima Malikov, Gruppa.fm and many others.

MusicDish will be providing representation in the North American market, including brand development, marketing, fan building and consultation on all aspects of online artist development. Specifically, MusicDish will be promoting Shulgin’s 3-album compilation “Tryptych” through its network of online assets, social networks and street teams. Featuring new music, melodies and instrumentals from the famed composer, the albums were recorded by an impressive line-up of artists including legendary drummer Billy Cobham, pianist Gary Husband, bassist John Patitucci and guitarist Paul Drew, to name a few.

About Alexander Shulgin Alexander Shulgin is a leading composer, performer and executive in the new Russian music industry, having worked with such iconic artists as Valeria, Mumiy Troll, Dima Malikov, Gruppa.fm and many others. Mr. Shulgin owns and operates Familia Entertainment, a record label, and Familia Publishing, a publishing company.

Shulgin began his career with the legendary Russian rock band The Cruise (1983-1986), which sold 20 million copies of their first album in 1985. He went on the work on a series of international projects, from “The Taiga Symphony,” a combination of Russian classic music with western rock-music performed by The Moscow Symphony Orchestra, to “Merry Christmas to the World”, another ambitious East-West collaboration between Shulgin and BBC Worldwide. Shulgin is also a composer of music for films and TV, his songs appearing in films by Lukas Moodysson and Ken Russell, the TV music serial “Primadonna” as well as all the music for the first public TV channel “Spas” for which he composed .

Websites: (Russian language)

About MusicDish, LLC Since 1997, MusicDish LLC has served as the bridge between the music industry and the artist. Through its extensive online presence, MusicDish provides artists with an edge over the ever-prevalent competition the music industry entails. MusicDish gives the artist the opportunity to take advantage of several different services: a creative approach to artist development and representation; online press release distribution & marketing; publications disclosing all the latest information involving the music industry; and even a indie music video channel.

How To Build A Professional Composer’s Site

A composer’s website functions in many ways and is the main means of communication with the outside world. A website will serve as a reference for your audience, act as your electronic agent, and store valuable media such as photographs, music excerpts, and information such as your biography for media outlets. It is your online business card and is essential to build your career in the 21st century. Following are several key elements necessary to an effective music composer’s website.

1. Make your site easy to navigate by choosing a clean-cut design which will allow visitors to learn about your music quickly and effectively.

2. Display your activity by posting dates of recent and upcoming performances of your work.

3. Keep an up-to-date catalog of your work online. This allows performers or promoters of music to see if your catalog includes something that interests them.

4. When adding biographical information to your website it is in your interest to provide both full and condensed versions. Often, programs or media outlets prefer a short biography.

5. Post no less than three music excerpts of your work for listeners to demo as easily accessible .mp3s.

6. Huge areas of musical goings-on are social networking sites, so create a profile and post some links to your work. Be a part of the scene!

7. Use professional and easy to remember contact information/email address. That means you should ditch that old guitarhero99 at hotmail.com email address you’ve had since you were thirteen and simply go with your formal name or business name.

An effective website that follows the above suggestions will increase your visibility and undoubtedly lead to extensive career opportunities. However, while you should maintain a certain level of professionalism you should not be afraid to show a little personality. It is certainly good to show your credentials but visitors will feel a stronger connection to you if you show your human side.

Good luck!