Friday, May 16, 2014

Bitcoins Now Being Accepted for PCRx Registry Cleaner
May 16, 2014: As one of the first in the computer security software industry to accept digital currency, is advancing the growing trend of this payment method. The bitcoin community can now use virtual currency to quickly repair and maximize their personal computer’s performance with PCRx Registry Cleaner.
By adopting bitcoin as a new payment option, financial transactions are anticipated to be accomplished much more efficiently than through traditional payment systems. It’s a sensible approach that reduces the cost of doing business while simplifying the purchase process for bitcoin customers.
PCRx Registry Cleaner is available for Windows® based systems through the PCRx website at and other download sites. Downloading the software will provide a thorough system diagnosis and free up more disk space. Licenses for more comprehensive repairs are available for purchase with major credit cards, and now bitcoin, as forms of payment.
The software is safe and easy for anyone to use. For more tech savvy users, the application settings can be customized according to individual taste. Both advanced and novice users are assured safety of their operating system as PCRx Registry Cleaner automatically creates backup sets that allow for easy restoration of a previous system state if necessary.

Wednesday, May 07, 2014

Announcing PCRx Backup Cloud Storage for New Nokia® X Android™ Series
May 7, 2014: I’m proud to announce PCRx Backup is now available in countries where the Nokia® X Android™ product line, including X, X+, and XL, is offered and can be downloaded onto the phone through the Nokia® store at Nokia® X Android™ users can back up their contacts, full resolution photos, and videos, and store them in a certified top-tier cloud data center, featuring advanced security and 24/7 availability.
PCRx Backup is specifically designed to give users peace of mind, knowing that their life’s experiences on their phones are safely protected and available whenever and wherever they need them. Stored cloud data is accessible through a secure login and Internet connection using a mobile device or PC. Files transferred across the Web are encrypted using advanced SSL technology for secure data delivery.
As one of the first cloud storage providers and backup services available for Nokia® X Android™, PCRx Backup is a key innovation in the mobile device arena. PCRx Backup also supports personal computers and other mobile devices using Windows XP®, Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, Windows® 8, Windows Phone®, Apple® iOS®, OS X® 10.7, and Chrome OS™. To access the download of these other versions and more information, visit the PCRx Backup website at

Friday, April 11, 2014

Heartbleed Bug Trespasses OpenSSL® Security Hole
April 11, 2014: You may have heard about the Heartbleed bug that has placed Internet security at risk worldwide. Security experts recently discovered the bug, which bypasses the encryption protections provided by the widely used OpenSSL® cryptographic library. Version 1.0.1 and beta 1.0.2 releases are vulnerable to Heartbleed, which creates an opening in the encryption technology. This security breach allows private information, such as credit card numbers and passwords, to be accessed unknowingly. To stop this intrusion, website administrators must implement a fix to protect its users.
I’m pleased to report that Heartbleed did not breach any of our systems. Upon its report, our security experts immediately began a thorough examination into our systems. Fortunately, there was no breach in any of our sites. Since then, we have implemented protective measures to prevent any future access attempts by Heartbleed so our users and their information remain well secured.
So what can you do to help protect yourself? Changing your passwords is ultimately needed, but don’t do this until the affected sites have fixed the vulnerability. It’s also up to Internet services affected by the bug to inform users of potential risks and encourage them to change their passwords.
If you can’t seem to remember all your passwords, then consider using a password manager program. There are some good products available, but My Logon Manager works very well and is easy to use. Check it out at