What is PERSEUS module for?

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  1. loverboy

    loverboy Registered Member

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    What is it for?
    Just curiosity, since I have just passed to v. 4 (from 2.7, where the modules were fewer).

    Is there any topic in this Board (or document) explaining what are all the other v. 4 modules for?

    Are all those modules active for the trial version?
    Or there are some active only in the registered version?
     
  2. SweX

    SweX Registered Member

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    As far as I know, Trial = Full version for 30 days:)
     
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  4. loverboy

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    When in folder %appdata% ...etc etc .. Updfiles I open with an Hex editor the file
    em001_32_l1.nup
    I see that in the first lines there is the name PERSEUS1
     
  5. proactivelover

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    soo simple:thumb:
     

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    PERSEUS= Antivirus and Antispyware module. You can see that in .VER update information file.
    I can't remember where I read it, but difference between trial and registered version is the ability for downloading program components, Is not related to modules.
     
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  7. loverboy

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    Thanks both of you :thumb:
     
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