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Error bug
#001

Variable isn't declared



If you see an Autoit error like e.g. this:


AutoIt is the compiler program being used to create the exe-files.

Please immidiately send a copy of the error  to , mark the subject as  urgent error and the name of the 100% Freeware or Licensed Software program, and explain the scenario  before and when the error occurred.
Take a backup with C:\TryWare90Days\Backup\FW\Bin\32-Bit\Backup.exe, and add the Backup.zip.txt file to your email


Error bug

#002



PsPadCapaLib.vbs


If you see an error like this example:



It happened because there's av vbScript compilation error in the PsPadCapaLib.vbs file located in the
C:\Program Files (x86)\PSPad editor\Script\VBScript folder.

End     should be     End Sub.

As told i the start of the PsPadCapaLib.vbs file, you must not change anything in this file, otherwise it might create an error like this.
The PsPadCapaLib.vbs file is part of the PsPadEditorCapaLib-x86.exe installation, but you don't need to reinstall the whole PsPadEditorCapaLib programs, just delete the PsPadCapaLib.vbs file, and it will automatically be replaced when you restart the PsPad Editor, or if you use this menu (no matter which file you are using in the PsPad Editor:



Error bug

#003

User Account Control


If you have User Account Control enabled, you will see a message like this:



The shown example above is if you manually is using the  www.pspad.com's Installer, without using the TryWare90Days installer, but a  simular yellow UAC-alert is shown, when you use the TryWare90Days Installer:

The reason for this UAC message is because www.pspad.com didn't  digitally sign their setup.exe with an "Authenticode" signature, so UAC  doesn't trust the vendor, but decides it to be Unknown. And the UAC message will stop the installer before the installation is allowed to continue.

If www.pspad.com purchase an "Authenticode" signature for it's  installer, it still happens, but with a simular green message about the
known vendor PsPad. There's actually not any reason to purchase an expensive "Authenticode" signature, just to make the UAC-alert green instead of yellow

So run the installer again manually, and press Yes to the User Account Control message.


Error bug

#099

Virus False Positive

All vendors creating compiler programs might wrongly get their  compiled exe-files reported as "false positive" or malware, by some of  the many different antivirus systems available, and it could look like  this:



So when using e.g. AutoIt3 to compile the exe-files, no one can't be 100% sure, which antivirus  system out there around the world might make such a "false positive"  report.

Please  send an email about it to , if your  antivirus system reports virus in the TryWare90Days installer files, or some  of the installed exe files. If so, a "false positive" report will be created about it.

In order to avoid such problems with the TryWare90Days exe-files, they  are always tested with the following antivirus systems: Comodo Internet Security Premium 6.2.285401.2860, Microsoft Security Essentials  4.7.205.0, and also the following 2 internet services:




AhnLab-V3, AntiVir, Antiy-AVL, Avast, AVG, BitDefender, ByteHero,  CAT-QuickHeal, ClamAV, Commtouch, Comodo, DrWeb, Emsisoft, eSafe,  eTrust-Vet, F-Prot, F-Secure, Fortinet, GData, Ikarus, Jiangmin,  K7AntiVirus, Kaspersky, McAfee, McAfee-GW-Edition, Microsoft, NOD32,  Norman, nProtect, Panda, PCTools, PrevX, Rising, Sophos,  SUPERAntiSpyware, Symantec, TheHacker, TrendMicro, TrendMicro-HouseCall,  VBA32, VIPRE, ViRobot and VirusBuster.

So it's safe to use the TryWare90Days exe-files, but if your  antivirus system report virus or malware, please  download them again if needed, and enable your antivirus system to  accept them:
 


If it's Norton Internet Security 2013:
  1. Logon as member of the local administrator group
  2. Select Settings
  3. Select Configuration of elements "Excluded from Auto-Protect, SONAR and Downloads"
  4. Select Add
  5. Type "C:\Tryware90Days" or browse to it.
  6. Enable Subfolders
  7. Press ENTER * 3



If it's Vipre Internet Security 2012:
  1. Logon as member of the local administrator group
  2. Select Protection
  3. Select Settings
  4. Select the Firewall pane.
  5. Enable "Enable Host Intrusion Prevention System (HIPS-for-Advanced Users only)" under "Process Protection".
  6. Select Allow under Action
  7. Select Exceptions
  8. Select Add
  9. Type "C:\Tryware90Days" or browse to it.
  10. Do the same in the Firewall pane, selecting "Enable Firewall" / Exceptions / Add.
  11. Select OK * 3



If it's Microsoft Security Essentials 4.0.1526.0
  1. Logon as member of the local administrator group
  2. Select Settings
  3. Select "Files and folders not selected"
  4. Select Browse
  5. Type "C:\Tryware90Days" or browse to it.
  6. Select Save Changes
  7. Close Microsoft Security Essentials

  8.  

Please note:
In some of the above examples you might  need to reboot your computer after enabling the feature file in your  antivirus system, otherwise it doens't work yet.

If the TryWare90Days exe-file disappears just after download, do the following: Before  trying to enable it in your antivirus system, rightclik in the right  folder using explorer.exe and create an empty textfile called exactly  the same as the removed TryWare90Days exe-file, like e.g. PsPadCapaLib-x86.exe (if  needed rename from *.txt to *.exe), and enable the empty file in your  antivirus system, before downloading it again (just overwrite it).

Error bug

#002

PsPadCapaLib.vbs


If you see an error like this example:



It happened because there's av vbScript compilation error in the PsPadCapaLib.vbs file located in the
C:\Program Files (x86)\PSPad editor\Script\VBScript folder.

End     should be     End Sub.

As told i the start of the PsPadCapaLib.vbs file, you must not change anything in this file, otherwise it might create an error like this.
The PsPadCapaLib.vbs file is part of the PsPadEditorCapaLib-x86.exe installation, but you don't need to reinstall the whole PsPadEditorCapaLib programs, just delete the PsPadCapaLib.vbs file, and it will automatically be replaced when you restart the PsPad Editor, or if you use this menu (no matter which file you are using in the PsPad Editor:

Error bug

#003

User Account Control


If you have User Account Control enabled, you will see a message like this:



The shown example above is if you manually is using the  www.pspad.com's Installer, without using the TryWare90Days installer, but a  simular yellow UAC-alert is shown, when you use the TryWare90Days Installer:

The reason for this UAC message is because www.pspad.com didn't  digitally sign their setup.exe with an "Authenticode" signature, so UAC  doesn't trust the vendor, but decides it to be Unknown. And the UAC message will stop the installer before the installation is allowed to continue.

If www.pspad.com purchase an "Authenticode" signature for it's  installer, it still happens, but with a simular green message about the
known vendor PsPad. There's actually not any reason to purchase an expensive "Authenticode" signature, just to make the UAC-alert green instead of yellow

So run the installer again manually, and press Yes to the User Account Control message.

Info bug
#004
ContextRunasUAC only works, if you encrypt the following 4 passwords as part of the installation:



As you can see above you don't need to worry about the used encryption, it's totally hacker safe.

If a hacker get access to your harddisk, or your backup maybe on a   USB-Disk, your domain fileserver, or a FTP-server, or a Cloud Backup  service, without being logged on as you, and if they could figure out   what is needed to do, they could  manipulate ContextRunAsUAC to gain  access to use (not to   see your passwords) one of the 4 user credentials described above,  saved  in a 1.048 bit encrypted binary Passwords.bin file.

In order to  avoid  that 100% securely, the encrypted  Passwords.bin file is always automatically disabled each time you logoff your  computer,  so in order for yourself to use it, you are always (
but only once  after  you login) asked to enable it with your domain administrators  password. Otherwise the encrypted Password.bin file  isn't  enabled.

And in order to disable hackers choice of using 'brute force' or  simular tools to crack your encrypted Passwords.bin file, the  enabling  algorithm is delayed 15 seconds by ContextRunAsUAC, because  these  hacker tools is  using trillions of attacks each second, in order to  crack it. So now  they can only use 1 attack each 15 seconds.

NSA  (National Security Agency) in U.S.A. have decided that AES 256 bit  encryption is enough for government  use, because hackers would need 50  supercomputers build in 2012 in   3.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000 years if  they attack 1.000.000.000.000.000.000 times each second. These  numbers  should be multiplied with 4 (from 256 bit to 1.024 bit) with  the  ContextRunAsUAC encryption, and multiplied with   1.000.000.000.000.000.000 * 15 (for each second). Maybe it would be much faster than that, if hackers could use NSA’s new monster computer,   but it’s too expensive, and will never be used to crack the  ContextRunAsUAC 1.024 bytes  encryption, so you can use it without any  problems.

But you have the option to change the seconds between 0 - 15 seconds, if you don't find this nessessary.

Error bug

#099

Virus False Positive

All vendors creating compiler programs might wrongly get their  compiled exe-files reported as "false positive" or malware, by some of  the many different antivirus systems available, and it could look like  this:



So when using e.g. AutoIt3 to compile the exe-files, no one can't be 100% sure, which antivirus  system out there around the world might make such a "false positive"  report.

Please  send an email about it to , if your  antivirus system reports virus in the TryWare90Days installer files, or some  of the installed exe files. If so, a "false positive" report will be created about it.

In order to avoid such problems with the TryWare90Days exe-files, they  are always tested with the following antivirus systems: Comodo Internet Security Premium 6.2.285401.2860, Microsoft Security Essentials  4.7.205.0, and also the following 2 internet services:

VirusScanJotti:


VirusTotal:

AhnLab-V3, AntiVir, Antiy-AVL, Avast, AVG, BitDefender, ByteHero,  CAT-QuickHeal, ClamAV, Commtouch, Comodo, DrWeb, Emsisoft, eSafe,  eTrust-Vet, F-Prot, F-Secure, Fortinet, GData, Ikarus, Jiangmin,  K7AntiVirus, Kaspersky, McAfee, McAfee-GW-Edition, Microsoft, NOD32,  Norman, nProtect, Panda, PCTools, PrevX, Rising, Sophos,  SUPERAntiSpyware, Symantec, TheHacker, TrendMicro, TrendMicro-HouseCall,  VBA32, VIPRE, ViRobot and VirusBuster.

So it's safe to use the TryWare90Days exe-files, but if your  antivirus system report virus or malware, please  download them again if needed, and enable your antivirus system to  accept them:


If it's Norton Internet Security 2013:
  1. Logon as member of the local administrator group
  2. Select Settings
  3. Select Configuration of elements "Excluded from Auto-Protect, SONAR and Downloads"
  4. Select Add
  5. Type "C:\Tryware90Days" or browse to it.
  6. Enable Subfolders
  7. Press ENTER * 3



If it's Vipre Internet Security 2012:
  1. Logon as member of the local administrator group
  2. Select Protection
  3. Select Settings
  4. Select the Firewall pane.
  5. Enable "Enable Host Intrusion Prevention System (HIPS-for-Advanced Users only)" under "Process Protection".
  6. Select Allow under Action
  7. Select Exceptions
  8. Select Add
  9. Type "C:\Tryware90Days" or browse to it.
  10. Do the same in the Firewall pane, selecting "Enable Firewall" / Exceptions / Add.
  11. Select OK * 3



If it's Microsoft Security Essentials 4.0.1526.0
  1. Logon as member of the local administrator group
  2. Select Settings
  3. Select "Files and folders not selected"
  4. Select Browse
  5. Type "C:\Tryware90Days" or browse to it.
  6. Select Save Changes
  7. Close Microsoft Security Essentials


Please note:
In some of the above examples you might  need to reboot your computer after enabling the feature file in your  antivirus system, otherwise it doens't work yet.

If the TryWare90Days exe-file disappears just after download, do the following: Before  trying to enable it in your antivirus system, rightclik in the right  folder using explorer.exe and create an empty textfile called exactly  the same as the removed TryWare90Days exe-file, like e.g. PsPadCapaLib-x86.exe (if  needed rename from *.txt to *.exe), and enable the empty file in your  antivirus system, before downloading it again (just overwrite it).
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