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Disinfectant
Added 2001-10-22
by John Norstad
One of the best (and free) programs for preventing and 'curing' your Mac from viral 'infections'.

HouseCall
Added 2001-10-22
by Trend Micro
Free on-line virus scanning service from Trend Micro for Exchange Server mailbox, Lotus Notes Database, and for local disk. Nothing to install; HouseCall scans for and cleans viruses over the Web through ActiveX and Java technology. As a result, the product is always up-to-date.

Ramenfind
Added 2001-10-22
by William Stearns
Bill Stearns is working on a shell script that both detects and removes the Ramen Virus, from RedHat machines. Even though the Media has made a big deal about the Ramen Virus, I am afraid that this shell script solution may be overlooked. This shell script is not just for the security community but the RedHat community as a whole.

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