CSAV 4.72.0 Released!

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by Technodrome, Jul 25, 2002.

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  1. Technodrome

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    1. The primary purpose of this release are the following fixes:

    Customers reported that they are unable to download Command AntiVirus from an FTP site. This has been fixed.

    Scan engine enhancements have been added to this release:

    - Disinfection of W32/Klez.H@mm

    - Improved detection of "intended viruses" and corrupted
    virus samples that are frequently found in virus
    collections but pose no credible threat. Detection
    of these non-working files is enabled by selecting
    ALL FILES under PROPERTIES\FILE TYPES TO SCAN in the
    graphical user interface (GUI). If you are using the
    command-line scanner, use the /COLLECT switch.

    - Scanning of MIME-encoded files is now supported. BASE64
    and QUOTED-PRINTABLE parts will be decoded and then
    scanned. Several MUAs (Mail User Agents) save the
    content of the e-mail boxes in plain-ASCII files. Such
    files will be scanned if ALL FILES under
    PROPERTIES/FILE TYPES TO SCAN is enabled. No disinfection
    is offered for such files as they are treated as archives.

    - The scanning speed has been improved

    * New virus signatures have been added in this release


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