Articles for April 2017

Webroot ‘mistakenly’ flags Windows as Malware and Facebook as Phishing site


Popular antivirus service Webroot mistakenly flagged core Windows system files as malicious and even started temporarily removing some of the legit files, trashing user computers around the world.

The havoc caused after the company released a bad update on April 24, which was pulled after approximately 15 minutes. But that still hasn’t stopped some PCs from receiving it, causing serious issues for not just individuals, but also companies and organizations relying on the software.

Read more here.

Starwind removes restrictions on vSAN Free!

Starwind vSAN Free has now dropped all the restrictions on it’s use!
You can now setup your own HyperConverged cluster with Hyper-V Core for free… but be prepared to use PowerShell vs. a GUI.

I’ll be following this up, in a few weeks, with a complete walk through and step-by-step instructions.

A free version of StarWind Virtual SAN® for all your test and development purposes. It supports most of the full version’s features and production use.

Find out more here.