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Old 13 March 2013, 23:49   #4
Leandro Jardim
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Download "Safe", and put it in your startup-sequence or user-startup. Quietly it will scan memory during boot and report to you if it finds any virus on your system.

Its not a complete anti-virus like VirusZ or VirusChecker, but it will search and kill any viruses in memory it finds.

Its good specially when you want to kill the viruses after playing a non-dos game and before it attack your session of Workbench and of the programs in the WBStartup folder.

Many viruses start infecting the programs it finds on the C directory and on the startup-sequence file. So if you attack them since the beginning on the boot, there is more chance for you to "win".

Code:
Run <>NIL: C:Safe
http://aminet.net/package/util/virus/Safe
http://aminet.net/package/util/virus/Safe14_5

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