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Posted: Thu Jun 18, 2009 10:35 am
by Softland

FBackup was chosen by Lifehacker (one of the most popular productivity blogs) as the Featured Windows Download of the day, after a tip submitted by the owner of gHacks (Thanks!). This is good publicity for FBackup, and more people will find out just how useful it is.


So thanks to Lifehacker and gHacks for helping in promoting FBackup:

[Lifehacker] FBackup Makes Backing Up Application Data Simpler

[gHacks] FBackup Plugin Based Windows Backup Software


and of course to the other blogs that picked up the news:

http://nerdnewz.net/2009/06/17/fbackup-makes-backing-up-application-data-simpler-downloads/

http://reviewsmanual.com/fbackup-makes-backing-up-application-data-simpler-downloads.html

http://www.softophile.com/fbackup-plugin-based-windows-backup-software/

http://www.tech-forums.net/pc/f27/fbackup-plugin-based-windows-backup-software-209880/

http://www.rachna.org/2009/06/17/fbackup-plugin-based-windows-backup-software/



Posted: Thu Jun 18, 2009 10:36 am
by Softland

There are some comments saying that NOD32 detects the FBackup 4.2 setup as a possible virus, but that's just a false positive. If you go to the VirusTotal website and upload the setup for scanning, you'll see that out of the 40 something antiviruses only NOD32 says that FBackup is a possible threat. It's clearly a false positive and we've contacted NOD32 about that.