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If you see a tag line after my post, sort of certifying my post as being virus free, let me tell you that this anti virus program IS THE BEST. and it has a free version which offers no support, and i put that on my other three networked computers. since i can ask for help on this cheap paid version. GO GET IT. it tosses viruses into a secret place where you can dump them, they never even make it to your MAIL. you CANNOT accidently open them.

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