Thursday, July 1, 2010

Community Update

As of today we are making Connectify v1.2 available again here for those that wish to go back.

With the recent updates to Connectify we've made great strides in development. In version 2.0 we completely replaced the built in Windows Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) service. This opens the door for all kinds of cool new features and improvements.

For some of you, Connectify finally works the way you need it to! For others, we may have tried to fix something that wasn't broken. In particular, we lost support for UPNP networking (used by Playstation and XBox), and some USB Internet devices.

We understand that some of you are frustrated, and rightfully so. That's why as of today, we're making version 1.2 available to those that wish to go back until we resolve these issues. Connectify v1.2.

NOTE: Be sure to uninstall 2.0 or 2.0.1 from your PC before downgrading.

Please understand that all of the cool innovative features you want, we want too! Some are possible, many unfortunately are not. We're not ignoring you when you say you want WEP or PSP support, if there were an easy way to do it believe me, it would be there already. We've got some very bright minds working on this and I promise we're not holding anything back.

Please forward any issues or questions to and we will do our best to address them.

An important side-note, it has come to our attention that recently some antivirus applications have been identifying Connectify as a threat. We assure you there are no hidden trojans or viruses in the program, which can be corroborated by CNET's strict validation and screening process. We are addressing the issue and will have more information soon!