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Listed below are the latest Bruin OnLine software applications for Windows.

cuteftp icon CuteFTP

A very popular FTP client which allows you to transfer files between two computers - perfect for uploading your webpages to your BOL webspace. Features include drag and drop interface, resumable downloads, and SSL support.
sophos icon Sophos Anti-Virus
Sophos Anti-Virus scans emails and downloaded files as well as your entire system for viruses. Sophos automatically updates itself and the virus definition files over the Internet, making sure you have the latest in virus protection on your computer.
Cisco VPN Client icon Cisco VPN Client
The VPN provides an alternative to using the proxy server for remote access to campus resources as well as a secure method to authenticate to the campus wireless network.
FrontDoorSoftware icon Front
FrontDoorSoftware is a tool approved by the UCLA Police Department for deterring laptop theft and assisting in recovery of lost and stolen computers. Anyone with an email address can download a copy of the program and activate it on a laptop for up to four years at no charge.

Bruin OnLine does not provide support for FrontDoorSoftware. For questions regarding its installation or use, please contact FrontDoorSoftware by email at or by phone at (303) 670-8800.
eudora icon Eudora Pro 7.1
Qualcomm's popular and easy to use email program. Use Eudora to send and receive email from your BOL account. Supports attachments for sending and receiving files such as text documents and images in your emails. Other features include an address book and spelling checker.

Qualcomm has announced that it will cease further development of this software and thereby will no longer offer support beginning October 31, 2007. For further information, please visit the following webpage.
Pine icon PC-Pine
Pine - a Program for Internet News & Email - is a tool for reading, sending, and managing electronic messages. Since Pine via Telnet will be decommissioned December 31, 2003, you will need to install PC-Pine on your local PC in order to continue using Pine. Pine was developed by Computing & Communications at the University of Washington.

Pine development ended with version 4.64, when Pine evolved into the upwards-compatible replacement Alpine.