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License:
Shareware (Free to try)
Size:
1.53 MB
Updated:
Downloads:
2920
Platform:
Windows Tablet PC/95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP
Publisher:
Firetrust(more)
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Publisher's Descriptions
Benign provides e-mail users with a pro-active solution that eliminates all e-mail borne threats, both known and unknown. Protecting users from real-world attacks by removing any potentially harmful code that an e-mail may contain, Benign recognises harmful attachments, e-mail worms, non-standard HTML, scripts, web bugs and other e-mail borne threats, rewriting the message to produce an entirely safe e-mail.

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System Requirements
32MB RAM, 10MB Disk SPace, 75MHz, POP3 e-mail account

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We do not allow the inclusion of any Benign serial, keygen or crack and we disclaim any liability for the inappropriate use of Benign.
FindMySoft advises that Benign should be only used in accordance with the rules of intellectual property and the existing Criminal Code.
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