Tuesday, May 13, 2014 11:54 AM

Malware threat from GameObserver

in General by MegaBearsFan

One of the reasons that I started my blog was because I had submitted some amateur reviews to the administrator of a start-up gaming website called GameObserver.com. They showed an interest in my opinions, and encouraged me to put them out there for everyone to see. Shortly after submitting a few reviews to their site, and with the encouragement and support from Chichian, I started up this blog so that I could share opinions about things that I felt were important or interesting. So in many ways, I have the administrators of GameObserver to thank for this blog and for all the fulfillment that it has brought me. And if you've enjoyed any of my posts, then you also have GameObserver to thank.

Unfortunately, the administrators of GameObserver seem to have abandoned the site, as it has not been updated for several years, and I have fallen out of contact with them. Now it seems that the site has either been hacked or the domain has expired and fallen into the hands of malware distributors. I have thus removed all links to GameObserver from my blog posts in an attempt to ensure the security of my readers. I hope that I managed to catch this before any of my readers suffered from malware infections due to links that I posted on any articles.

If anybody finds any posts that still have links to GameObserver, please notify me through the comments on this post so that I can remove said link. The last thing I want is for any of my readers' machines to become infected with malware.

Thanks for stopping by. I hope you'll come back again soon!

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Grider Software's MyRegSecure

One of my software affiliates, GriderSoft, will be hosting a public beta of the newest version of his Windows registry security tool MyRegSecure.

See below for more details:

MyRegSecure is getting a much-needed update!

The new MyRegSecure 1.1 will use significantly less memory, have new features, and be more secure. To test these changes, Grider Software is going to host a public beta for MyRegSecure 1.1. The expected release date for MyRegSecure 1.1 Beta is June 1, 2011.

Improvements and new features will include:

  • - Uses up to 97% less memory.
  • - Dynamically loads registry structure.
  • - Smaller executable, fewer generated support files, and less hard disk space usage.
  • - Load RegEdit from the Registry Explorer.
  • - Explore keys in the Important Key List just by double-clicking.
  • - Compatible with the new and included AutoUpdate program.

More information to come.
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