I have had several requests over the years and have recently been toying with the idea to offer a branded version of the toolkit at a premium price. Some tech shops out there want to display their own logos and branding on software they use. The desktop link that drops to the desktop could drop a company’s website link instead of my website link, for example. Continue reading “Custom Branded All in One – System Rescue Toolkit?”
UPDATE: I have been informed by many of you that MalwareBytes is no longer blocking my website. Thank you all for your support!
Here’s the scoop.
My toolkit website is being detected by some folks using MalwareBytes Premium as a malicious website. I am not sure what I did to get blacklisted by MalwareBytes, but I believe it is through a false positive detection. The link for “false positive” takes you directly to the MalwareBytes page explaining what a false positive is.
Happy New Year! I am excited to announce the release of the 2018 version of my All in One – System Rescue Toolkit. Both the Technician and Lite versions are available now for download! Continue reading “2018 Toolkit Version Released!”
With the upcoming 2018 version of my All in One – System Rescue Toolkit, I would like to finally have some multi-lingual options. This thing has gone worldwide and I have read lots of comments out there on forums asking for translated versions. Continue reading “Volunteers Wanted to Translate 2018 Toolkit Version”
There’s lots of disasters in the news lately from fires and floods to hurricanes, so I decided I could use my toolkit project to help the relief efforts. Here is how you can help me help those in need of disaster relief. Continue reading “Red Cross Charity Drive”