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The Icon Bar: News and features: New VProtect module hits the website

New VProtect module hits the website

Posted by Andrew Poole on 08:53, 4/10/2002 |
As spotted on RISCOS.org, Pineapple Software has released its latest version of the VProtect module. This very useful module will constantly look at your computer's memory and applications to see if it can find any of the 223 viruses that are still in circulation on the RISC OS platform. The module is free of charge, but to remove the viruses, you will need a virus killer, such as Pineapple's !Killer application, which costs just 20UKP + VAT. This module is a must-have for all RISC OS Systems. Get it. Get it now.

Source: RISCOS.org

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