About Hoplon

Hoplon (computer desktop security)

Hoplon                     Hoplon

Hoplon runs at full screen and locks down your computer, once Hoplon is active its locks the keyboard and no one can access your computer. To disable Hoplon, mouse to security code input box and enter default security code, Hoplon will deactivate and go to the system tray, exit Hoplon fromsystem tray and or reactivate Hoplon from right click Hoplon menu. Hoplon can also display any image you choose (preset image or image from the computer). Hoplon has its own Help Content if you need help. Hoplon will not conflict with any other anti-virus program, since Hoplon is not an anti-virus software product. Hoplon fail safe -if you will- is located at the “Theme/Options Center” (color cyan box, upper left, top ofcolumn) there you can exit Hoplon. See Hoplon Help Content: How To Use Hoplon.
For more information about the fail safe.

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1280 x 1024 Screen Resolution (only)
1GB of Ram (min. of 512)
2.3 Processor and Up
11.3 MB of Free Disk Space

Microsoft Windows XP 32bit / Vista 32bit / Windows 7 32bit.

Active CPU usage 7.00

average CPU usage 0.98 (Idle)

Prevent unwanted users from accessing your computer.

From tray (right click) select menu.


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Change Security Code (Changing the Hoplon default security code can now be changed from the system tray menu). -only-

Connect to Internet
Disconnect from Internet


Main Window:

The blue button at the upper left corner, will, open the Theme/Options Center.
Here you can select an Image (theme) for the main window.
Once at main window,-left click image for “Full Screen”-
Left click again to revert back tomain window.

The blue button at the upper right corner, will turn off/on the lights (monitor).

“Security Code” input box is at the top center of the main window. Enter the default security code and or user security code.
You have 20 seconds to enter the code. If you fail to do so in 20 seconds, a invalid attempt to disable Hoplon will be logged.
See security log.

Browse For Image:

If you select an image and forget to uncheck default image, the default image will load on top ofselected image.
HoweverFull Screen” ability withselected image will take place. (right clicking default image disables default image)

Option CheckBoxes:

Clear Theme
CPU/RAM Button
Cycle Image’s
Disable Message
Monitor Registry (disabled)
Monitor StartUp Programs (disabled)
Load Last Theme
Network Status Check
Security Code Required
Show Hibernate Button
Show Shutdown Button
Show Stand By Button
Stay on Top
Start w/Windows (disabled)
Use Default Image


Clear Theme:
Clearing the theme will unload the active image.

Enabling CPU/RAM gives the user access to a CPU,RAM
Meter at the main window.

Cycle Image’s:
The first four (Red, Green, Blue and Yellow) image’s will repeat at 5 second intervals.
When active, the clear theme the,default image and last theme checkboxes must be unchecked.

With Cycle Image’s checked and Default image checked, the cycled image’s will be below the default image.
In full screen mode, the cycle image’s will be in view. (inadvertently bonus)

Disable Message:
Disable message will prevent the first time run message from appearing at each Hoplon program start.

Monitor Registry:

Monitor StartUp Programs:

Load Last Theme:
Enabling load last theme, Hoplon will load the last image chosen at start ofprogram.
If you want to have the “Selected” (browse) Image to load at program start , keep “Load Last Theme” checked.
And Default Image unchecked.

Enabling the Marquee has Hoplon scroll a marquee -at main window- with the users name, time, etc…

Network Status Check:
Enabling Network Status Check will have Hoplon check the network connection status.

Security Code Required:
Using the options security code is done by checking the check box -Options Security Code- in the Theme/Options Center.
Enabling will require the user to enter the security code to access the Theme/Options Center.
The code to enter is the same as the security code to disable Hoplon.

Show hibernate Button:
Enabling the computer to enter into its hibernate stage.

Show Shutdown Button:
Enabling Shutdown Button will give the user access to shutting down the computer at the main window.

Show Stand By Button:
Making the computer Sleep.

Stay on Top:
Hoplon will stay on top of all windows.

Start w/Windows:
Enabling  w/windows starts Hoplon at windows (computer boot).

Use Default Image:
Hoplon default image will load.


Additional Menu Options:

Clear Security Log
View Security Log
Clear Succesful Events Log
View Successful Events Log
Preview Last Image
Hoplon Help
Exit Hoplon


Clear Security Log:
deletes all logged invalid attempts to disable hoplon.

View Security Log:
Clicking security log will let the user view invalid attempts to disable Hoplon.

Clear Succesful Events Log:
deletes all successful logged security code inputs to disable hoplon.

View Successful Events Log:
view successful logged security code events.

Preview Last Image:
view last image used by hoplon

Network Status Check:
Manual Network Status Check will have Hoplon check the network connection status.

Hoplon Help:
access hoplon help content.

Exit Hoplon:
exit hoplon. (while hoplon is being used, please activate the security code requirement input to access the theme/options center.)


Hoplon (Photo credit: Riproduzioni Storiche)


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