Expect changes to include the name appearing on your credit/bank statements for product purchases, which as of today, April 25th 2018 should become “d7xTech/Foolish IT” (or “d7xTech.com” if only 11 characters are allowed.) The longer version will change to the shorter “d7xTech.com” in the future, once we’re confident most of our customers on recurring billing […]
Over the next few weeks (or longer) we’ll be changing our name from “Foolish IT” to “d7x Technology” so don’t be alarmed, the makers of d7x and CryptoPrevent are not changing… it’s still us! Expect changes to include everything from website branding and domain name to the name appearing on your credit/bank statements for purchases […]
We will be undergoing website maintenance on Saturday, March 31st between the hours of 1-6pm EDT. Expect that the website may or may not be accessible (in part or entirely) during this time-frame. We will repost when the site is available again. Our other web presences such as the support queue, billing/invoice access, IRC, download […]
d7x v22.214.171.124 and above are required for future updates; older versions will not recognize update availability.
This morning we released d7x v126.96.36.199 (yay!) just as it became obvious that existing versions will not update, and most any d7xRDT packages will also fail to download or launch d7x. If you have d7x v188.8.131.52 or above, your copy should update to today’s release without issue; not so with any previous releases. * d7x […]
Sept 26th, 2017 Update: Yesterday this appeared on Bleeping Computer: Avast Publishes Full List of Companies Affected by CCleaner Second-Stage Malware https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/avast-publishes-full-list-of-companies-affected-by-ccleaner-second-stage-malware/ Bleeping also put out a nice article from the 22nd, containing a nice summary if you’re just catching up on the news (because of course more has emerged since our last update, and we shouldn’t […]
CryptoPrevent Registration server is fully upgraded and operational again. Thank you again for you patience during this time! The registration process is now significantly faster and should result in completed registrations without issues.
Due to the overwhelming increase of demand to register CryptoPrevent because of the WannaCry outbreak, we currently have the server down for upgrades. We only expect this to be the case for about the next hour, but during that time Bulk/White-Label installers and registration of individual Premium keys will be unavailable. The upgrade should resolve […]
Released CryptoPrevent v184.108.40.206 with some very important updates: Fixed issue where version 7 White-Label clients may not show as fully registered (should automagically fix at next launch of CryptoPrevent or Tray Icon, and/or start of the services (if installed) Fixed issue where v7 Bulk or White-Label clients may have uninstalled if v8 registration failed (client’s […]
We’re going to have a booth at SpiceWorld 2016 Austin! If you are attending or in town be sure to drop by and say ‘Hi’! The majority of the Foolish IT staff will be in Austin, Texas for the week of 10/31/2016-11/07/2016 with our booth at the SpiceWorld 2016 Austin event. We will not be […]
CryptoPrevent Version 8 will be released by Halloween! New Features, Protections and White-Label is coming back! It’s been a long time in the making and we feel that it’s about that time, time for a full release! We wanted to give you one last opportunity to test out the new version and report any issues […]
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