Softpedia inclusion 100% CLEAN

LogicalDOC included in the Softpedia software database

Alessandro Gasparini LogicalDOC News, Technologies


A few days ago, we provided to subscribe our document management software to known Softpedia portal. And we received a pleasant surprise, this is the full text of the email they sent us.


LogicalDOC, one of your products, has been added to Softpedia's database of
software programs for the Windows operating system. It is featured with a
description text, screenshots, download links and technical details on this

The description text was created by our editors after they installed and
tested the application.

"LogicalDOC" has been tested in the Softpedia labs using several
industry-leading security solutions and found to be completely clean of
adware/spyware components. We are impressed with the quality of your
product and encourage you to keep these high standards in the future.

To assure our visitors that LogicalDOC is clean, we have granted it with
the "100% CLEAN" Softpedia award. To let your users know about this
certification, you may display this award on your website, on software
boxes or inside your product.

More information about your product's certification and the award is
available on this page:

Feel free to link to us using the URLs above. If you choose to link to the
clean award page for your product, you may use the award graphic or a text
link: "100% CLEAN award granted by Softpedia".

Your developer page on Softpedia can be reached at the URL below. It
contains the list of software products and a link to your website. 

The Softpedia Team

Softpedia is a library of over 1 million free and free-to-try software
programs for Windows, Mac OS and Linux, games and gaming tools, Windows
device drivers, mobile devices and IT-related articles.
Softpedia - the encyclopedia of free software downloads


Lastly this is the recognition that we are allowed to apply to LogicalDOC boxes and expose in the website of the product 100% Clean Softpedia award

Now we want to thank the engineers at Softpedia for their professionalism and for the time they dedicated us for free, however we think it is right and proper to make some last-minute clarifications:

  1. The text of the description of the software has been created by the editors of Softpedia
  2. Images (screenshots) of the various LogicalDOC screens were made by Softpedia’s editors
  3. No amount has been paid for the subscription service to the portal and activities carried out by Softpedia
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Alessandro Gasparini

CTO for LogicalDOC from 2015, software and testing enthusiast. I'm responsible for some technological choices made in the design and of some of the artifacts that make up the galaxy of this document management system.