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FindVirus 0.02 released

By Chris Williams. Published: 3rd Oct 11:40:14 | Permalink | Printable

Kiwisoft, a once regular RISC OS software developer, has added to its Slayer software by releasing FindVirus. Slayer is Kiwisoft's virus killer for RISC OS and Findvirus works with Slayer to allow quick and easy scanning of sensitive areas of your harddisc.

About a month ago, Kiwisoft announced it was to drop all development of its RISC OS software and released the source code for its programs for good measure. This Slayer enhancement comes as a surprise to us; it is good to see Kiwisoft keeping up its promise not cease support of their RISC OS applications.

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