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Change Info: The password box that is optionally displayed when opening the program or coming out of stealth mode has been updated to mask each character typed with an asterix.
-Some computers were experiencing problems that caused the software to reinstall the desktop and start menu links after they had been deleted by the user. This appears to have been caused by the presence of the homepage link in the start menu folder. Because of this, we have removed all the homepage links from the installer. They homepage links will still be present within the software itself.
-The screen capture function was not correctly clearing the clipboard on some computers, which led to the possiblity that a screen capture could inadvertantly be pasted into a program like Microsoft Word. This has been updated so that the software no longer uses the clipboard for screen captures.
-The Open Log feature has been tweaked to allow for faster opening of log files.
-The screenshot feature has been tweaked. Previously it would sometimes not display the first screenshot correctly, only subsequent ones.
-The "run at windows startup" feature has been updated so that the software will not inadvertantly load itself when switching logins.
-The "File -> Open Log" menu has been updated so that it will become disabled when a capture is currently running. This prevents a run-time error that was caused when users attempted to open a Log file while a capture was in progress.
There are numerous other small tweaks and bug fixes that your users will benefit from with this new version.
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Malware records banking passwords A malicious program that installs itself through a pop-up can read keystrokes and steal passwords when victims visit any of nearly 50 targeted banking sites, security researchers warned on Tuesday.