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  1. This was a little tricky because this glitch actually had to do with the CSS prefers-reduced-motion feature and not the resolution. In order to improve the responsiveness of the web site, the StableBit Cloud will turn off most animations on the site if the browser makes a request to do so. That particular offset issue only showed up when prefers-reduced-motion was requested. It should now be fixed as of 7788.4522. E.g. RDP can trigger prefers-reduced-motion when launching a browser from within a connected session.
  2. Thanks for signing up and testing! Just to clarify how centralized licensing works: If you don't enter any Activation IDs into the StableBit Cloud then the existing licensing system will continue to work exactly as it did before. You are not required to enter your Activation IDs into the StableBit Cloud in order to use it. So you can absolutely keep using your existing activated apps as they were and simply link them to the cloud. Now there was a bug on the Dashboard (which I've just corrected) that incorrectly told you that you didn't have a valid license when using legacy licensing. But
  3. The StableBit Cloud is a brand new online service developed by Covecube Inc. that enhances our existing StableBit products with cloud-enabled features and centralized management capabilities. The StableBit Cloud also serves as a foundational technology platform for the future development of new Covecube products and services. To get started, visit: https://stablebit.cloud Read more about it in our blog post: https://blog.covecube.com/2021/01/stablebit-cloud/
  4. Sorry about that, it's fixed now. Google changed some code on their end for the recaptcha that we're using, and that started conflicting with one of the javascript libraries that stablebit.com uses (mootools).
  5. Hello good night from Granada, Spain.  I need to know if a version of your Stablebit.cloudDrive product is possible for use on the Android operating system (Nvidia SHIELD TV).  I am willing to pay the price that you indicate for a version of your application for use on NVIDIA SHIELD TV (Android TV box).  Thank you very much and receive a cordial and affectionate greeting.

     

    I would like to be able to use your program "Stablebit.CloudDriver" on my Nvidia Shield TV ( Android TV Box ) to be able to mount or map or virtualize my Gdrive unit on my Nvidia Shield TV player and use PLEX with that Gdrive unit BUT I need to be able to install "Stablebit.CloudDriver" on my Nvidia Shield TV ( Android )

    Is an Android version possible? Please 
    I can't find any Android application capable of "emulating or mounting or mapping or virtualizing" my Gdrive on my Android system and I need it to be able to use PLEX with that drive, because PLEX is not capable of reading from Gdrive since the Plex-Cloud service was disabled.

    Thank you very much for your attention and time

  6. As a response to multiple reports of cloud drive corruption from the Google Drive outage of June 2 2019, we are posting this warning starting with StableBit CloudDrive 1.1.1.1128 BETA on all Google Drive cloud drives. News story: https://www.zdnet.com/article/google-heres-what-caused-sundays-big-outage/ Please use caution and always backup your data by keeping multiple copies of your important files.
  7. I just want to clarify this. We cannot guarantee that cloud drive data loss will never happen again in the future. We ensure that StableBit CloudDrive is as reliable as possible by running it through a number of very thorough tests before every release, but ultimately a number of issues are beyond our control. First and foremost, the data itself is stored somewhere else, and there is always the change that it could get mangled. Hardware issues with your local cache drive, for example, could cause corruption as well. That's why it is always a good idea to keep multiple copies of your
  8. As per your issue, I've obtained a similar WD M.2 drive and did some testing with it. Starting with build 3193 StableBit Scanner should be able to get SMART data from your M.2 WD SATA drive. I've also added SMART interpretation rules to BitFlock for these drives as well. You can get the latest development BETAs here: http://dl.covecube.com/ScannerWindows/beta/download/ As for Windows Server 2012 R2 and NVMe, currently, NVMe support in the StableBit Scanner requires Windows 10 or Windows Server 2016.
  9. 1c. If a cloud drive fails the checksum / HMAC verification, the error is returned to the OS in the kernel (and eventually the app caller). It's treated exactly the same as a physical drive failing a checksum error. StableBit DrivePool won't automatically pull the data from a duplicate, but you have a few options here. First, you will see error notifications in the StableBit CloudDrive UI, and at this point you can either: Ignore the the verification failure and pull in the corrupted data to continue using your drive. In StableBit CloudDrive, see Options -> Troubleshooting ->
  10. 1. By default, no. But you can easily enable checksumming by checking Verify chunk integrity in the Create a New Cloud Drive window (under Advanced Settings). 1a. For unencrypted drives, chunk verification works by applying a checksum at the end of every 1 MB block of data inside every chunk. When that data is downloaded, the checksum is verified to make sure that the data was not corrupted. If the drive is encrypted, an HMAC is used in order to ensure that the data has not been modified maliciously (the exact algorithm is described in the manual here https://stablebit.com/Support/CloudDr
  11. My apologies. We've been having issues with the forum's database for the past couple of days, and as a result the forum has been up and down. I believe that the problem is resolved and there should be no further downtime.
  12. Just to reply to some of these concerns (without any of the drama of the original post): Scattered files By default, StableBit DrivePool places new files on the volume with the most free disk space (queried at the time of file creation). It's as simple as that. Grouping files "together" has been requested a bunch, but I personally, don't see a need for it. There will always be a need to split across folders even with a best-effort "grouping" algorithm. The only foolproof way to protect yourself from file loss is file duplication. But I will be looking into the possibility of implementing
  13. There was a certificate issue on bitflock.com (cert expired, whoops). Fixing it now, should be back in a few minutes. Sorry about that. Additionally, there were some load / scalability issues and that's now resolved as well. BitFlock is running on Microsoft Azure, so everything scales quite nicely.
  14. Alex

    Forum Downtime

    We've been having a few more database issues within the past 24 hours due to a database migration that took place recently. There was a problem with login authentication and general database load issues which I believe are now all ironed out. Once again, this was isolated to the forum / wiki / blog.
  15. Our forum, wiki and blog web sites experienced an issue with the database server that caused those sites to be down for the past 34 hours. The issue has been resolved and everything is back up and running. I'm sorry for the inconvenience. StableBit.com, the download server, and software activation services were not affected.
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