|[Files] xvs.library 33.37 released||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 10-Dec-2001 12:37 GMT by Teemu I. Yliselš||6 comments|
From the readme:
- Once more added some new security features to the library. It will now try to self-defend after alien attacks, only if these efforts fail, the library gets disabled.
- Added recognition for 2 demo files that I call 'Anti-UAE Trojan'. Their code checks for UAE systems and in case it finds one will delete important files. Thanks to Jan Andersen for sending the demos to me.
- Added recognition for a MS-DOS strain of 'Bastard Installer'. Thanks to Jan Andersen for the file.
- Added recognition and repair code for 'Bobek 3' linkvirus. Thanks to Zeeball for sending me an infected file, even though it was accidentally :-)
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|Comment 1||Trizt||10-Dec-2001 19:29 GMT|
|Comment 2||Anonymous||11-Dec-2001 01:01 GMT|
|xvs.library 33.37 released : Comment 3 of 6||ANN.lu|
|Posted by John Chandler on 11-Dec-2001 10:13 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 1 (Trizt):|
Doesn't affect Amigas? Curious one that. Sure you're just trolling, but UAE allows me to take an Amiga laptop around with me - trust me, my A4000 just isn't that portable ;-)
So I think it's a valid addition, indeed a very important one to see with XVS.
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