This is one of those good news - bad news articles. We have good news and bad news regarding software.
The bad news: There are cretins, misfits, and miscreants who would love to hack into your computer and steal all of your personal data. Just ask Equifax. These malefactors are referred to in the industry as 'black hat' hackers. This is because, in old westerns, you could always tell the good guys from the bad guys by the color of their cowboy hats. Good guys like Gene Autry and Gary Cooper always wore white hats. Thievin', varmints were easily identified by their black hats. Today's black hat villains have gone from rustling cattle to rustling personal data. They're very good at it and they're persistent. Cheer up pardner, there's good news.
The good news: There's an army of white hat hackers working to stymie the black hat hackers. They're on your side. They work tirelessly to thwart the black hat hackers by closing backdoors that the bad guys want to exploit. When the white hat team finds and closes a door, they have to update their products so that their customers are protected. That's you. This is why you should always, always, always keep your software up to date. The best practice for software security to allow automatic updates. When your computer's OS and other applications are updated automatically, those backdoor vulnerabilities get closed and all is right with the world. What's all this got to do with LXi and FlexiSign software? Sometimes in old westerns, during fights between the white hat heroes and the black hat baddies, things got broken. Chairs got knocked over. And sometimes, in the digital brawls between white hat and black hat hackers, things get broken. Virtual chairs get knocked over. The automatic updates that protect your data can change your computer just enough to break the connection between your PC and your SAI software license. When certain chairs get knocked over, you'll the error message below (Fig 1). It tells you that your software isn't designed to run on Windows. This is, of course, nonsense.