Protea AntiVirus Tools, VirusBuster

Protea AntiVirus Tools, VirusBuster 3.03.295 (Crack + Keygen)

Protea AntiVirus Tools, VirusBuster

The Protea AntiVirus Tools for Lotus Domino antiviral package will provide virus scanner and protection for Lotus Domino.

Protea AntiVirus Tools for Lotus Domino includes the following components:

· Monitor - that scans all incoming and outgoing mail.

· Scanner - that scans all documents in the nsf databases as set by Administrator.

· Updater - that updates antivirus databases automatically.

· Configuration database - that is used to manage the antivirus package.

· Quarantine store - that is used to keep infected and suspected objects.

The following components of the documents are scanned:

· Rich Text fields.

· Attached files.

· OLE objects.

Download Protea AntiVirus Tools, VirusBuster Crack+Keygen

Rating 3.2
553 3.2
Category ANTIVIRUS
Crack Size 36.8 MB
Downloads 6251
Company
Systems Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 2003, Windows NT
Homepage http://www.proteatools.com/products/antivirus_lotus_notes_domino/

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