blue atom antivirus

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  1. simisg

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    it looks cool;)
     
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    Maybe Alvin has a bright future.
     
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    never underestimate the youth potential power it maybe or turn to be one of the best around;) look at PE Guard the developer is a collage student with alot of potential now compare this youngsters with the old norton foxs:D
     
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    I agree you gotta start somewhere and younger the better. I hope his hobbie or project enable him to keep learning.
     
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    yeap:)
     
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    i may put this antivirus to the test to see how this boy is doing;)
     
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    If you do please post some screen shots of it. :D
     
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    it says it windows 7 ready but i cant install it if fails to start once installed.
     
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    A quicky scan to see if it would detect eicar, a zip bomb, trojan etc, heuristics are a bit keen.
     
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    My second job is supervising students in computer engineering research projects, software and hardware design, so negative comments regarding age don't sit well with me:) .

    Needs some work as I managed to make it trip up a few times.
     

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    sorry meriadoc i was just having some happy coments :) didnt mean to offend you in any way:D,nothing to do with age:):)
     
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    No jmonge, no apology needed my friend :thumb:
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    There has been a few throw away comments concerning whether an app should be used in the past due to the young age of the coder, probably from ones that don't even program. I'm not knocking anyone just enlightening, I have known some very talented young persons over the years. Quite right to of the other end of the scale - age doesn't come into it.
     
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    I remember when I was younger trying to teach my grandparents to use a computer. Lucky now its not the other way around. But normally the younger have a edge on the older when it comes to computers. I know some people that have more knowledge then a fresh out of school collage student that has a degree in Computer engineering.
     
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    As the saying goes, " Technology is meant for those who are young at heart ".
     
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