Alert

Alert #1: Windows users: If you have suddenly started getting an error message: "Requested address is a broadcast address but flag is not set", try setting a different port by editing the port number in RemoteSign.ini Try something between 50603 and 65000 instead of 50601. See the Troubleshooting page for details.

Alert #2: If you were trying order a RemoteSign ESP, please try again, the Paypal forms have been updated.

Fetcher version history

2020-07-26 v1.1.16
Added a checkbox to automatically launch an executable that is being fetched.

2020-05-25 v1.1.14
Fetcher will now fetch itself without having to rename Fetcher.exe first. The downloaded file will be given a new unique name, and a prompt will tell the user the name of the new file.

2020-05-24 v1.1.6
Improved completion message

2020-05-09 v1.1.5
License agreement added for first usage.

2020-05-09 v1.1.3
Fetcher will also suggest the new RSRelay.exe if present

2019-11-13 v1.1.2
Fetcher will recover better if file being downloaded is locked

2019-04-21 v1
Initial release with RemoteSign Windows v2.4.15

Windows Defender alert
If Windows Defender claims that Fetcher is malware, it is likely because your Windows Defender signature file is stale.
Microsoft have removed a false positive for Fetcher.exe

Microsoft suggests doing the following:
  1. Open command prompt as administrator
  2. Change directory to c:\Program Files\Windows Defender
  3. Run “MpCmdRun.exe -removedefinitions -dynamicsignatures”
  4. Run "MpCmdRun.exe -SignatureUpdate"
 Alternatively, the latest definition is available for download here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/wdsi/definitions