|[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|
|Comment 3||John Chandler||11-Dec-2001 10:13 GMT|
|Comment 4||Peter Gordon||11-Dec-2001 11:31 GMT|
|xvs.library 33.37 released : Comment 5 of 6||ANN.lu|
|Posted by smithy on 11-Dec-2001 14:10 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 1 (Trizt):|
>I know that this comment won't be populare among UAE users, and I'm not trying
>to be populare among those who kills the Amiga Hardware Developers.
And you think an AmigaOne or Pegasos that are compatible with STANDARD PC HARDWARE is going to help Amiga hardware developers?
As the anti-PC lobby is so fond of saying: "how can amiga [hardware] developers compete?"
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