Starting in the next few days (perhaps hours, depending), you’ll notice that the website is being switched from its old (and by old, I mean almost 7 years) domain of – to our new domain,! Once I start getting the server prepared, I’ll switch the domains over. This process shouldn’t take all too long. The only thing I am worried about is the SSL Certificate – I will have to allow the current to expire, then move the IP address and new cert over.

As of 2/25/2013 – all of the BKWorks websites have been moved over to their own VPS! Due to the limitations of others’ shared hosting, I was forced to move all of the websites to a new host.

However, “forced” might not be the right word. I was thinking about it anyways. I scoured the Internet and found a great deal with Dreamhost. I am happy to announce that all of our websites – including back end databases – have made it over successfull

[ORIGNAL POST: July 10, 2012]

To all my users who live or run pages in Russia: Beginning July 14, 2012, you will no longer be able to install the script from your country. This is to protect my rights, as the script is copy written in the US, however, this seems to be ignored in almost all of my Russian installations.

If you would like to install the script in Russia, please contact me prior to your attempt and I will work something out with you. Until then, you will not be allowed to finish the installer.

Last winter, I lost my grandma to lung cancer. In her memory, my brother and I prepared a ‘torch’ for her. It wasn’t much, but it helped us.
Moral of the story: if you can, stop by any Relay and help find a cure for this awful disease!

Finally looked back at all my old posts. I know the file uploader script (Recently renamed “BKW File Cabinet”) hasn’t been updated since late 2009. ProPHP hasn’t been updated in… a long, long while. Needless to say, I’m going through a bit of a rough time. Spending long days at work, and the time I have off I enjoy doing… well, nothing.
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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.