I was browsing the Internet earlier today, and I found myself looking at an Internet window claiming I had a virus (see the picture below). It wanted me to call an 800-number to have it removed.
So today, I decided I was going to try something out for a change. I remembered learning years ago that there’s this website called the WayBack machine. So I got to thinking… maybe, just maybe, it would have my old blog posts.Continue reading
Starting on December 3rd, many webmasters have seen an email coming from my domain – in the form of an official cease and desist notice. Any person found using the software and NOT following the End User License Agreement (which is available on the download page) will be sent a Cease and Desist Notice.
Anybody who does not comply within 72 hours (3 days from the time posted on the email) will have a DMCA report filed with their web host. The copyright act requires that any person who is believed to be using a piece of web software illegally shall have the contents removed from their website without warning.
Key terms here: use the software in line with the EULA, and you’re fine! Don’t, and we’ll find you.