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AV Defs Updater for F-PROT for DOS 2.91

Antivirus updater for F-PROT for DOS; emergency antivirus bootdisk set creator.

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  • Last Updated: Dec 15, 2008
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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AV Defs Updater for F-PROT for DOS is a Security software developed by Overself Research Ltd.. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for AV Defs Updater for F-PROT for DOS:

BS Editor: Automatically provides updates to the classic F-PROT for DOS antivirus program and notifies you about it. It allows you to perform an automated:

* Update of the antivirus definitions of F-PROT for DOS. The update Frequency is user-customizable according to preference;
* Check for New Releases of the antivirus engine and facilitate its installation/update;
* Creation of a configurable set of emergency disks (compressed, hassle-free automatic usage, Minimal set creation mode);
* Creation of a universally usable general-purpose FreeDOS antivirus bootdisk (thanks to FreeDOS, F-PROT for DOS and XMSDSK!). The bootdisk can be created on any version of Windows, even on those which do not come with a full-fledged DOS, e.g. Windows NT, XP, Server 2003. The bootdisk is accelerated via RAM storage, which can be resized without rebooting thanks to XMSDSK.
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