June 28, 2011

Where Oh Where Has Tony Gone?

Filed under: Uncategorized — NefMoto @ 1:37 pm

I’m sorry I have been unavailable lately. I have been overloaded with work at my day job, trying to get a large product shipped. That work was almost done, when a previously planned big family vacation came due. Currently I am on vacation in Germany, with a stop over in Ireland and the UK. I should be able to get up to speed again with NefMoto at the end of July.

I have been working on the first release of the NefMoto data logging software. Currently I believe the software is about 90% done for a first release. The software logs memory addresses from the ecu, so you need where the variables are stored. At the moment since I am on vacation, it is hard to find the time to get the details finished to release.

On another note, I believe forum spam has been defeated. But if spam does pop up again, please let me know.

June 12, 2011

Forum Spam Sucks

Filed under: Uncategorized — NefMoto @ 12:17 pm

Recently there has been an increase in the number of spam users signing up to the forum. This has caused a few spam posts to make it into the forum for a few hours until I can remove them.

To fix the issue of spam users registering with the forum, the forum captcha difficulty has been increased. Previously a missing image library on the server was preventing the forum captchas from properly being generated at the higher difficulty levels. Also we made a few custom changes the to the forums registration.php file to prevent automated registrations that bypass the proper sign up page.

Until I can be sure that this has resolved the issue of spam users signing up to the forums, I have changed new user registration to require approval by the admin.

Hopefully this defeats the spam bots.

June 8, 2011

Version of the ME7 ECU Flasher is now available

Filed under: Uncategorized — NefMoto @ 2:22 pm

Version of the ME7 ECU Flasher is now available for download HERE

The improvements in this version are:

  • Lots of communication and multi-threading bug fixes.
  • Support for resuming failed flashing attempts from the current sector, instead of forcing flashing to restart from the beginning.
  • Added ability to cancel the current operation in progress.
  • Support for licensed features.
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