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Microsoft is at it again...

Posted on October 31, 2015 at 6:20 AM

Please be advised that Microsoft has decided that our cloud provider that holds all our files for download has been black listed. We don't know why but when you try to download a file from our servers, you will receive a message that says "Smartscreen Filter" has blocked the download because it is unsafe.

 

I want to assure you there is nothing wrong with our files and software. They are all safe and secure to download. You will see in the following screenshot that the same program gives two different results when downloaded from two different download links:

 


Just right-click on the blocked file and select the option shown in the below screenshot...



If you get the same results, I would like to suggest you turn of your Smartscreen filter and then try to download our software again. You may see in the following screenshot on how to turn off Smartscreen filter.



I would like to apologize for any inconvenience, but Microsoft has always used underhanded techniques to suppress anyone not to their liking.


Please use our other alternative download links if you do not wish to turn off your Smartscreen filter. I assure you again that all our software is safe to download and use on your computer system. It is just that our cloud service provider has been black listed by Microsoft.


I will even go as far as to say that they are trying to kill of the competition when it comes to cloud services. May they all rot in Hell those damn bastards!!!


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If you are using a third-party web browser like Google Chrome or FireFox, you may also have problems due to Windows Defender deleting any downloads you make to your default download location.

 

If this is the case,simply add your default download location to the excluded file and location list inside of Windows Defender on the "Settings" tab.


 


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Reply Steyn van der Walt
11:48 PM on July 23, 2016 
I believe that your software is safe but I suggest you stop using that unsafe cloud provider- dev.opendrive.com instead of suggesting that we turn off our Smartscreen Filter.