New Version of MJ RegWatcher 1.2.8.2

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  1. Graphic Equaliser

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    http://jacobsm.com/mjsoft.htm

    Changes 1.2.8.1 to 1.2.8.2

    1) There is now a new option on the "Customisations" menu called "Always Add Exempted Items to Customisation Files". If this is checked when an alert occurs and you decide to exempt the key, value or filespec that causes the alert, the exemption is written to the relevant customisation file instead of the relevant exemption file. Customisation files are never overwritten by an update to MJ RegWatcher, whereas exemption files are occasionally updated. This setting is saved in the configuration file so that it is remembered between sessions.
    2) Engine uses even less CPU resource.
    3) Added some exemptions for Adobe Flash Player update, new IE stuff and some others. If you have your own exemptions that you'd like to preserve, please transfer them to your customisation files before updating.

    Direct download for those having problems with my software page :-
    http://jacobsm.com/RegWatcher.zip

    Enjoy!
     
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  2. HAN

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    Once again, thanks GE!!
     
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  4. Graphic Equaliser

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    That doesn't seem right!?! http://jacobsm.com/mjsoft.htm consists only of html text and images. There is no JavaScript on the page at all! How on earth can Bitdefender be reporting a page like this? I have just checked the source of the page direct from the web server, and there is nothing that should be causing an alert of this nature on the page. Can you report this to Bitdefender as a false positive please?
     
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    This site was blocked even 4 months ago (only by BD and Dr.web) when the last scan on URLVoid was done for this site. I re-scanned it just now and they are still the only two sources that's blocking it.

    You can always send an FP report to them.
     
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    Thanks for that info, Swex. :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: What algorithm could they be using that would flag my site up? :doubt:
     
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    Bitdefender have just got back to me with :-

    Dear Mark,

    Thank you for your patience.
    The analysis of the website has been completed with the following results:
    Detection was removed.
    Please do not hesitate to contact us in case you need further assistance.

    Have a nice day.
    Best Regards,
    Andreea Raluca Olteanu
    Bitdefender Support Team

    Now, to try for Dr. Web ... :argh: :cool:
     
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