A New Year arrives, a new, improved, BeAnywhere Support Express version is launched. This one builds up on the last two release candidates, while adding some tricks of its own. Besides everything already introduced by BASE 5.50 and BASE 5.60, here are the changes: Console/Viewer/Agent: – UPDATED! Fixes and tweaks in the image capture – Solved a bug responsible for the incorrect placement of the remote mouse pointer in situations where the image scaling was too aggressive. Also, fixed a circumstance where the remote cursor could not be seen while entering text. – UPDATED! Solved an issue with sorting files in File Transfer – ForRead More →

Can Viruses Physically Damage my Computer? Theoretically, no. The computer viruses are software code designed to spread across computers stored data and damage files, steal information or execute any other malicious payload. At times, such malware can also cause malfunctions in hardware through the manipulation of software drivers that establish and control communication between the hardware and the operating system. One infamous specimen of the malware family, the CIH (aka Chernobyl or Spacefiller) virus, is known for going a little lower (pun intended) and erasing the system BIOS programs in thousands of computers around the world, rendering them completely unusable. But in all these scenariosRead More →