Did you know that D7 has sponsors? Yep! 17 of them, so far! And I want to give a big public THANK YOU to all of them, those who have donated to me and the D7 project. Your contributions are very much appreciated!
v420’s enhancements are massive and a huge step to becoming fully 64bit compatible (as far as the file system redirector on 64bit OSes is concerned; we’ll work out the registry redirection details in another release). Here’s the full recap since the 420 release! v4.2.0 R3 * With the FS Redirector disabling code now working for […]
D7’s filehandler.exe now officially submitted to ESET as a false positive with their heuristics engine. We’ll see how long it takes and what type of response I get…
Just noticed this article (currently on the front page) … I spend so much time in the forums I forget to check that every once in a while! Also want to let ppl know I have new YouTube vids available: D7 – 3rd Party Tools Setup Revised D7 – Adding Your Own Custom Applications And […]
Yesterday I released D7 v4.1.4 with a new and streamlined process of initial download/setup and updating of 3rd Party Tools. There’s a new video on setup here:
Just released with a NIC profiling feature on the NIC form. What’s that? The NIC form is the thing that pops up with various network card configuration information when you click the IP Address at the top of D7. Oh, you mean what’s the profiling feature. Well I just wanted a quick way to backup […]
…is now online! HERE Tons of new content over the old and aging PDF documentation. Check it out!
I just saw a Youtube video of someone ELSE demoing my D7, (sweet!) which reminded me I was long overdue in fixing something. When D7 attempts to delete live running malware, it fails the first attempt – because the malware is running, naturally! Never fear, D7 can terminate that malware and finish the job. The […]
WARNING: I’ve had two people inform me that after using D7 they end up with a corrupted registry on reboot, and have had to replace the hives with backups from System Volume Information. Unfortunately, I haven’t run into the issue myself… and I’ve only had two people come up with it (and contact me, at […]
Just a reminder… If you don’t know what you are doing with D7, then please don’t use it! It is a tool for experienced users and PC technicians who know what they are looking at. You can do major damage to your operating system and software if you aren’t familiar with something. Unfortunately there are […]