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        T h e  P C - S I G  L i b r a r y  o n  C D - R O M


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This may well be the greatest collection of software ever compiled.

The PC-SIG Library on CD-ROM is our premier collection of the entire
PC-SIG library.  Every shareware program we have is on one disc; over
700 megabytes of software you can have immediate access to.

Easy to use, all you have to do is insert the disc and type 'GO' at the
DOS prompt.  We've included all the tools you need for fast easy access
to the programs and their descriptions.

The WordCruncher text retrieval software allows you to quickly access
the description for any program you want.  All the programs are indexed
by title, filename, PC-SIG disk number, and every word within the
program description.  There couldn't be an easier way to find just the
right program.

The Narc utility, newly instituted with the tenth edition, allows you to
look directly at all the compressed program files on the CD without
having to download the program to your hard disk.  So if you want to
look at the programmer's notes or on-line documentation before using
valuable hard disk space, you can.

The PC-SIG Encyclopedia of Shareware is included on the disk, and a
printed copy of the book is included so you can peruse the available
programs from the comfort of your favorite chair.  All the programs are
logically divided into one-hundred twenty categories making it easier to
find just the right software.

Whether you're interested in Accounting or Windows, there's a shareware
program for you on the PC-SIG Library on CD-ROM.

Winner of the Optical Publishing Assn's Best Consumer Product Award.

Shareware for every imaginable need: Accounting Chemistry Educational
Engineering Games Hypertext Networks Programming Spreadsheets Utilities
Word Processing

System Requirements:

IBM PC/XT/AT PS/2 or compatible with 384K memory DOS 3.1 or higher and
Microsoft MS-DOS CD ROM extensions.





T h e E s s e n t i a l H o m e & B u s i n e s s C o l l e c t i o n
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

"Never before has such a valuable collection of popular shareware been
compiled on one CD-ROM that everyone can afford." Dr. File Finder a.k.a.
Michael Callahan

Finally, 368 of the most useful, popular, important shareware programs
have been put together on one CD. No matter what your need, it's on The
Essential Home & Business Collection.  Everything from Administration to
Windows software is here.

The Essential CD incorporates the WordCruncher text retrieval system.
Every program on the disc is indexed

by title, filename, PC-SIG disk number, and every word in the program
description.  A new utility, Narc, is implemented so you can look at the
program files and the author's on-line documentation without having to
first copy the program to your hard disk.  By using WordCruncher and
Narc, you can quickly find the program you want and review it to be
sure, without ever having to run it from your hard disk.

If you've got a CD-ROM player at home and want to get more use of it and
your computer, or if you're trying to avoid purchasing another Nintendo
cartridge, or if you just enjoy looking at new software, you need The
Essential Home & Business Collection.

System Requirements:

IBM PC/XT/AT PS/2 or compatible with 384K memory DOS 3.1 or higher and
Microsoft MS-DOS CD ROM extensions.



To Order in the U.S.A.: Call 800-245-6717 and ask for Customer Service.

Outside the U.S.A. call (408) 730-9291 for the name of the dealer in
your country.

PCSIG.TXT



                            P C  -  S I G





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Welcome to the world of Shareware, state of the art software you can
actually try before you buy.

Shareware, a term coined in the early eighties, refers to the method of
distribution chosen by the software authors.  With shareware, you can
receive a program and put it through its paces without having to pay for
it. If you find the program useful, and choose to keep the program, then
you pay a modest registration fee to the author.

For the last nine years, PC-SIG has been providing shareware and public
domain software to its customers and members.  Since 1982 PC-SIG has
developed an unprecedented library of shareware programs, constantly
updated, consistently strong in every category.  Our library of
shareware contains over 2700 titles divided into 120 logical categories.

Every program we add to the library is thoroughly reviewed and tested to
insure that each one meets the high standards of reliability and value we
insist upon and you expect.  As a result, our library doesn't contain
every shareware program available, just those that really work.

PC-SIG has grown into the premier distributor of shareware and and
shareware information by producing shareware collections on CD-ROM,
publishing an encyclopedia of shareware, and by publishing Shareware
Magazine, a bi-monthly magazine distributed world-wide.

Quality and support - guaranteed.  All of our programs are guaranteed
virus free.  We've isolated our systems and check every program
submitted to insure that no viruses make their way to your computer or
ours.

Our support staff is available by phone as well as on our BBS to help
you with questions about installation and operation of PC-SIG's
products.

Through our network of international distributors, PC- SIG strives to
bring you the most current, exciting, technically advanced software
available as shareware.

If you can't find the software you need in PC-SIG's library, it may well
not exist.

To order the latest in Shareware, in the U.S.A: Call (800) 245-6717

Outside the U.S.A. call (408) 730-9291 for the name of the dealer in
your country.

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REGISTER.DOC

                  REGISTRATION FOR MCAFEE ASSOCIATES PROGRAMS

     Registration is required for the use of the VIRUSCAN and
CLEAN-UP program series in a home environment.  This form should
be used to register a program.

     Registered users of the VIRUSCAN programs receive free
technical support and assistance with virus infections in the form
of walk-throughs of virus removal.  The McAfee Associates bulletin
Board is available (5 lines) for access to the latest versions of
the VIRUSCAN series and for downloads of virus related information. 
A registered user may obtain free upgrades of the registered
programs for a period of one year after registration, provided they
are downloaded from the BBS.

     Diskettes are not mailed to registered users unless
specifically requested.  For such mailings, please add $9.

     Corporate, business and organizational users require a site
license for the use of the VIRUSCAN programs.  For site license
information please contact Mcafee Associates at the address or
phone number below.


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           REGISTRATION FORM  For Individual Home Users


PROGRAM:                        # COPIES:            AMOUNT:

CLEAN-UP  ($35 per copy)        _________          $_____________

VIRUSCAN  ($25 per copy)        _________          $_____________

SCANRES   ($25 per copy)        _________          $_____________

SENTRY    ($25 per copy)        _________          $_____________

- ADD -   $9 for Diskette (5.25" 360K only)        $_____________
          (All four programs and documentation fit on one diskette)

TOTAL                                              $_____________

PAYMENT BY:

Check/Money Order No.__________ enclosed for $___________________


OR CHARGE:     MasterCard ______ Visa ______

Card Number______________________________________________________

Name on Card_____________________________________________________

Exp. Date________________________________________________________


Signature________________________________________________________


MAILING ADDRESS:

NAME:____________________________________________________________

ADDRESS LINE 1:__________________________________________________

ADDRESS LINE 2:__________________________________________________

CITY/STATE/PROVINCE:_____________________________________________

COUNTRY/POSTAL CODE:_____________________________________________

HOME PHONE: _____________________________________________________

OFFICE PHONE:____________________________________________________


SEND TO:
                             McAfee Associates
                             4423 Cheeney Street
                             Santa Clara, CA  95054


(408) 988-3832 Voice  -   Use this # for questions/bug reports
(408) 988-4004 BBS    -   Use this # for obtaining program upgrades
(408) 970-9727 FAX

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SENTRY02.DOC

                             SENTRY VERSION 2.0
                           from McAfee Associates

Executable Program (STINSTAL.COM):
     Versions 2.0 and above are packaged with a VALIDATE program
the with authenticate the integrity of STINSTAL.COM.  Refer to the
VALIDATE.DOC instructions for the use of the validation program.
     The validation results for V2.0 should be:
                        SIZE: 6,976
                        DATE: 5-10-89
     FILE AUTHENTICATION:
                   Check Method 1 - AD2A
                   Check Method 2 - 1E5F

     You may also call the McAfee Associates bulletin board at 408
988 4004 to obtain on-line STINSTAL.COM verification date.  The
VALIDATE program distributed with SENTRY may be used to authenticate
all future versions of SENTRY.

OVERVIEW:

     Sentry version 2 is an updated version of the original Sentry
product.  It now runs on DOS 4.0 and above, and it has additional
checks for partition table viruses.  In operation, however, it is
identical to the original version.  If you currently are running
Sentry, the only modification required is to re-install using the
new install routine.  Everything else is identical.

     I have designed and marketed an number of antiviral products
commercially through InterPath Corporation, some with more
success than others.  I have also researched and tested every
antiviral product available in both the commercial and public
domain markets.  All of them (including my own) were less than
satisfying.  They left me with a sense of unease about the
security of my system, or alternately, were so difficult to
install and use that I would rather suffer the virus than the
product.  My answer to this problem is Sentry.  
     Sentry uses a unique approach to the virus issue.  Prior
products have used TSR filters to attempt to trap viruses, or
checksums to detect changes in critical files.  The TSR approach
has numerous weaknesses, primarily because TSRs cannot prevent
viruses from directly interfacing with the system I/O
controllers.  Thus, over half of existing viruses cannot be
stopped or detected by such products.  The interrupt vectoring
techniques of these products are easily circumvented by viruses. 
The checksum approach, on the other hand is very time consuming
and awkward to implement.  Both techniques are troublesome to
install and execute.
     Sentry relies on a characteristic of viruses that has been
overlooked  by other product developers.  That characteristic is
called the "Positioning Rule".  This rule relates to how viruses
attach to programs.  Very simply, viruses may attach to the
beginning, to the end or to the middle of a program, or any
combination of the three.  They may fragment themselves and
scatter virus segments throughout the program.  Or they may even
keep the main body of the virus unattached to the program, hidden
in a bad sector for example.  All viruses that have been
discovered, however, have modified at least some small portion of
the beginning instructions of the program.  This is because a
virus must be executed first, that is - before the host program
to which it has attached.  If the virus does not execute before
its host program, then the environment in which the virus "wakes
up" will be uncertain, and the probability of program failure
will be high.
     The exceptions to this positioning rule are viruses that
replace the entire program, such as boot sector infectors, and
viruses that attack only specific programs, like known operating
system files or other programs that would be commonly found in
large numbers of systems.  These viruses may gain control at any
point, since the structure of the host program is well known and
the environment can be predicted at any point in the host
program's processing.
     The implications of this principal are very important. 
Sentry takes advantage of this characteristic to radically speed
up the checking function.  If every byte of every program is
processed by a checksum or other comparison technique, then
scanning the entire system for a virus takes a substantial time
to complete (15 minutes to an hour), and it is impractical to
perform this function frequently.  As a result, previous virus
products could not effectively perform this function.
     Sentry, on the other hand, employs a technique that locates
the initial instructions and branch addresses for each generic
program in the system and logs critical information about these
locations.  It is able to scan the entire system for a virus over
200 times faster than global checksum techniques.  As a result,
it is now practical to check the entire system each time the
system boots.  This normally takes less than 20 seconds for the
average system.
     Sentry is installed by simply typing the install command. 
There is nothing else the user ever needs to do.  Install
automatically logs ALL components of the system that can be hosts
to a virus and places an automatic check function in your
autoexec.  If you ever do get a virus, Sentry will list any and
all components of the system that are affected.  That's all there
is to it.

                             SENTRY VERSION 2.0

                               USER'S  MANUAL

HOW IT WORKS:

     SENTRY is a computer virus detection system that catches
viruses that have entered your system.  It uses a high
reliability detection mechanism that monitors all system areas
that are susceptible to viral attacks.  If a virus does enter
your system, SENTRY will identify the specific system area or
program files that have been infected, so that virus removal is
simplified.
     SENTRY executes in two phases.  The initial install phase
logs the system's hardware and software parameters - including
the initial interrupt vector states, boot sector instructions,
hidden DOS files, device drivers and all executable code on the
hard disks.  Initial load instructions, branch addresses, and
other program states are also logged for each program on the hard
disk.  The subsequent check phase executes each time the system
is powered on or re-booted, and it checks all system parameters
for traces of infection.
     SENTRY is fully effective in detecting viruses, including
boot sector infectors and imbedded viruses (viruses that the
leave the infected program's size and external indicators
unchanged).  It provides a timely and near foolproof indication
of infection.

INSTALLATION:

     SENTRY must be installed on your bootable hard drive.  If
your system contains multiple hard drives, they may also be
included in the SENTRY logging and monitoring function.  To
install SENTRY on a system with one hard drive (C:), type:

               STINSTAL C:

     SENTRY will load and then display a message that it is going
to automatically re-boot the system.  At this point, you must
remove diskettes from the A drive and any other floppies that are
in any drives.  When the floppies have been removed, press any
key to allow SENTRY to begin installation.
     If you have more than one hard drive in your system, you
should include them in the installation by typing the drive
designations after the boot drive.  For example:

               INSTALL C: D: E:

would install C: as the boot drive and also include D: and E: as
drives to be logged and monitored for viral infections.
     The SENTRY installation will re-boot your system and then
begin its logging function.  It will create a log file called
SENTRY.LOG and store it at the root of your boot disk.  It will
then install the SENTRY check routine at the root of your boot
disk and include it as the first program in your autoexec.bat
routine.  SENTRY.COM MUST REMAIN THE FIRST INSTRUCTION IN YOUR
AUTOEXEC IN ORDER TO OPERATE CORRECTLY.
     The SENTRY installation process may take 10 minutes or more
for systems with large numbers of files - the daily check
function however, will execute many times faster.  After the
installation has completed, the system's autoexec file will be
re-executed in order to return the system to its state prior to
installation.
     The SENTRY.LOG file will take approximately 10K of disk
space plus 100 bytes for each executable program on the disks.

RE-INSTALLATION

     SENTRY monitors the system each time the system is powered
on or re-booted and checks for modifications to key system
parameters.  If the system has been purposely modified, SENTRY
may flag the changed areas as possibly infected.  The following
system modifications will cause SENTRY to issue a warning:

          - Installing a new version of DOS
          - Removing or adding a device driver to CONFIG.SYS
          - Deleting a program
          - Replacing a program with a different version

     If any of the above have occurred, SENTRY should be re-
installed.  To re-install, follow the same instructions as for
initial installation.  The original SENTRY.LOG file will be
replaced with the new log file containing the new system data.

OPERATION

     The SENTRY check function compares the ongoing state of your
system to the original "snapshot" state.  A copyrighted, proprietary
algorithm checks ALL executable programs on your system for viral
modifications.  The algorithm is able to do this in a reasonable
amount of time due to a selective logging function.  This logging
function logs only those segments of program code and other
variables that would be affected by any virus attack.  "Inert"
sections of programs are removed from the checking process. 
SENTRY also checks the entire boot sector and all system
interrupt routines for modifications.  Finally, system device
drivers and operating system hidden files are checked.
     The SENTRY check function executes each time the system is
powered on or re-booted.  If a discrepancy in any area of the
system is noted, the check function will pause and display a
message identifying the system area and the discrepancy.  If no
discrepancies are found, the check function will terminate with
an OK message.  The check function will require about 10 seconds
for each 100 executable programs stored on your hard disk.  


IF A VIRUS IS FOUND

Important: If any virus is discovered by SENTRY, first note the
names of the infected programs or system areas.  Then immediately
power down the system.  Re-boot the system from the original DOS
distribution diskette prior to attempting to remove the virus.

 
     There are three general classes of PC viruses:  Boot
infectors, system infectors and program infectors.  Each class of
virus will typically affect different areas of the system and
require different approaches to removal.
     Generally, viruses can be removed by deleting or overwriting
the affected portion of the disk, and replacing the infected
component.  For program infectors (viruses that infect general
.COM or .EXE files), this is a fairly simple process.  SENTRY
will identify each program that has been infected (program size,
date, or internal components have changed).  Simply erase the
infected programs and replace them from the original distribution
diskettes.
     Boot infectors replace or modify a disk's boot sector. 
SENTRY will identify an infected boot sector with a "Boot Sector
Infection" message.  This type of virus requires that the boot
sector be replaced using the DOS "SYS" command.  See your DOS
manual for instructions for the SYS command.
     System infectors attach to COMMAND.COM, IBMBIO.COM,
IBMDOS.COM or any installable device drivers.  SENTRY will
identify such viruses by naming one of the above files or by
specifying that the system interrupt vectors have changed.  To
remove this type of virus, erase the affected files, then perform
a SYS command as above.  Finally, replace any affected device
drivers.
     In all of the above cases, re-install SENTRY after virus
removal.

If SENTRY detects an infection, and you have any concerns or
questions, contact InterPath at the number and address at the end
of this document.

EXTRA PRECAUTIONS

     To prevent any possibility of viral tampering with the
SENTRY program and log file, you should copy the files SENTRY.COM
and SENTRY.LOG from the root of your boot disk to a backup floppy
immediately after installing SENTRY.  Periodically (each month or
so) you should copy these two files from the floppy back to the
root of your boot disk.



FOR ADVANCED USERS

     SENTRY defaults to a global scan a check of all system
components.  You may however, restrict its operation in a number
of areas:


Using the /s option:

     STINSTAL c: /s d:\temp, d:\masm, c:\prod

     This command string would install SENTRY so that it ignored
all activities in the three directories named.

Using the /i option:

     STINSTAL c: d: /i

     This command string would install SENTRY on drives D: and C:
and would instruct SENTRY to ignore any modifications in the
interrupt vectors caused by changes in the operating system
environment.  If you frequently modify your config.sys files, or
change out system device drivers you may want to use this option.

Using the /b option:

     STINSTAL c: /b

     This option tells SENTRY to ignore boot sector logging.  You
must use this option if running on a Zenith laptop.

Using the /L option:

     STINSTALL c: /L a:frog.log

     This option creates a second log file.


VALIDATE.DOC

                      VALIDATE Version 0.2
					From McAfee Associates   408 988 3832


	VALIDATE is a file authentication program that may be used to
check shareware and other software for signs of tampering.  The
program uses two different methods to generate CRC checks for
designated files and displays the results.  The dual CRC checks
ensures a high level of security.  The results may then be compared
with validation data published by the author or obtained from any
reliable information source.  The Computer Virus Industry
Association, for example, maintains an on-line validation service
for participating shareware authors.  You may contact the CVIA
bulletin board at 408 988 4004 to access up-to-date validation data
for VIRUSCAN, SCANRES, SHEZ, LIST and other shareware programs. 
You need only run VALIDATE against the program in question, obtain
the authentication numbers and compare those numbers to the ones
on file in the on-line data base.  If they match, you can be
assured that the program has not been tampered with. 

	To run VALIDATE, type:

		VALIDATE d:\path\filename.ext

	The program will display the following validation information:

			     Size: (Number of Bytes)
			     Date: (File Creation Date)
	File Authentication:
		Check Method 1 - (4 digit CRC)
		Check Method 2 - (4 digit CRC)

	You may copy and distribute this program at no charge.  We ask
that you distribute the program with this documentation.  Please
report virus infection and verified instances of tampering to:

		Computer Virus Industry Association
		4423 Cheeney Street
		Santa Clara, CA 95054
		408 727 4559

SHAREMAG.TXT

              S H A R E W A R E  M A G A Z I N E
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Shareware Magazine has distinguished itself as the only internationally
distributed periodical devoted to the use and business of shareware.
Shareware Magazine provides detailed reviews of new products,
hard-hitting comparisons of shareware programs with regular retail
software, and timely information about changes in the industry and the
latest technology.

Intriguing columnists and regular features add to the excitement.  The
beginners section sheds light on new user's concerns regarding
everything from choosing the right operating system to alleviating the
intimidation of using on-line systems.

Educational sections focus on how low cost shareware can aid in
classroom learning, curriculum development, and as a forum for
discussing the impact of computers and technology in schools.

Graphics Gallery renders expert advice and suggestions on how to better
work with graphics, desktop publishing, CAD systems, and the Windows
environment.

Programmers benefit from others experience in developing new programs or
polishing existing ones as well as choosing the right programming
language.

And columnists provide that subjective component, sometimes
controversial, that calls for a closer look at the way we compute and
how shareware effects what we do.

Published bimonthly, Shareware Magazine is available on a subscription
or at your local newsstand or computer bookstore.  In conjunction with
PC-SIG, there are special benefits for subscribers as well as
opportunities for discount purchases from PC-SIG.


To Order, in the U.S.A.: Call 800-245-6717 and ask Customer Service.

Outside the U.S.A. call (408) 730-9291 for the name of the dealer in
your country.

AGENTS.TXT

                   McAFEE ASSOCIATES AGENT LISTING

                          January 21, 1993
                         

McAfee Associates, Inc.               (408) 988-3832  office
3350 Scott Boulevard, Building 14     (408) 970-9727  fax
Santa Clara, California 95054-3107    (408) 988-4004  BBS (25 lines)
U.S.A.                                USR HST/v.32/v.42bis/MNP 1-5
                                      support@mcafee.COM  InterNet
                                      GO MCAFEE         CompuServe

     In  order  to  provide the global  community  with  anti-virus
coverage  in a timely manner, McAfee Associates has established  an
Agents  program  to provide service, sales and support  for  McAfee
Associates  products  around  the world.  If you do  not  see  your
country  listed,  please  contact  McAfee  Associates  directly.  A
listing  of United States Agents has been added to the end of  this
file.


ARGENTINA
RAN Ingenieria de Sistemas
Address:      Cosquin 10-5o. C
              Buenos Aires 1408
Contact:      Maria Jose Alvarez Hamelin
Telephone:    +54 (1) 642-3689
Fax:          +54 (1) 334-7802

AUSTRALIA
Computer Virus Clinic
Address:      P.O. Box 106
              Moorebank, N.S.W. 2170
Contact:      Colin Keeble
Telephone:    +61 (02) 822-4303 Sydney
Fax:          +61 (02) 822-4304
BBS:          +61 (02) 602-9237 [9600bps, v.32, 24hrs]
Telephone:    +61 (03) 335-4677 Melbourne
Fax:          +61 (03) 335-4656
Telephone:    +61 (08) 234-5287 Adelaide
Fax:          +61 (08) 234-5324
Telephone:    +61 (07) 261-3565 Queensland
Fax:          +61 (07) 261-2059

AUSTRALIA
Computerware for Micros
Telephone:    (008) 882-875 National Toll Free
Fax:          +61 (08) 363-1974 National
BBS:          +61 (08) 362-4293 National
     ADELAIDE - HOME OFFICE
Address:      23 Magill Road
              Stepney, Adelaide, S.A. 5096
Contact:      Priestly Hillam
Telephone:    +61 (08) 362-8200
     SYDNEY BRANCH
Contact:      John Hillam
Telephone:    +61 (02) 252-3546
Fax:          +61 (02) 252-3353
BBS:          +61 (08) 311-1036
     MELBOURNE BRANCH
Contact:      Michael O'Sullivan
Telephone:    +61 (03) 663-4868
Fax:          +61 (03) 663-7466
BBS:          +61 (03) 888-5932
     BRISBANE BRANCH
Telephone:    +61 (07) 285-2339
Fax:          +61 (07) 363-1974
BBS:          +61 (07) 804-0239
     PERTH BRANCH
Contact:      Rob Edwards
Telephone:    +61 (09) 357-0818
BBS:          +61 (09) 307-8075
     CANBERRA BRANCH
Contact:      David Fabris
Telephone:    +61 (06) 259-1814
BBS:          +61 (06) 259-2062
     TOWNSVILLE BRANCH
BBS:          +61 (077) 79-1546

AUSTRALIA
Doctor Disk (Perth Office)
Address:      77 Bulwer Street
              Perth, WA 6000
Contact:      Greg Golden
Telephone:    +61 (09) 328-2011 (Perth Office)
Fax:          +61 (09) 328-9661 (Perth Office)
BBS:          +61 (09) 244-2111 (Perth Office)
Telephone:    +61 (02) 281-2099 (Sydney Office)  
Telephone:    +61 (03) 690-9100 (Melbourne Office)  
Telephone:    +61 (07) 831-0151 (Brisbane Office)  
Telephone:    +61 (08) 332-2354 (Adelaide Office)  
Toll-Free:    (008) 999 755 (outside of Perth Metro Area)

AUSTRIA
ComIn Terramar Handelsgesmbh
Address:      Nikolsdorfergasse 8/8
              A-1050 Wien
Contact:      Ronald Schmutzer
Telephone:    +43 (1) 545-3731
Fax:          +43 (1) 545-3339
BBS:          +43 (1) 545-3338

BAHRAIN
Deena International Commercial Agency
Address:      P.O. Box 5168
              Al Zahra Bldg., 1st Floor
              SH Issa Al Kabeer Rd.
              Manama
Contact:      Ehab Al-Maskati
Telephone:    +973 261 247
Fax:          +973 230 418
Telex:        8613 DICA BN
Cable:        DICANTER

BELGIUM
Impakt nv
Address:      Ham 64
              B-9000 Gent
Contact:      Frank Lateur
Telephone:    +32 (91) 25 35 49
Fax:          +32 (91) 33 00 78
BBS:          +32 (91) 23 40 16

BELGIUM
Softserve Distributors
Address:      Dynamicalaan 16 b20
              B-2601 Wilrijk
Contact:      Arthur Schrey
Telephone:    +32 (3) 830 59 92
Fax:          +32 (3) 830 25 92

BERMUDA
Applied Computer Technologies
Address:      P.O. Box HM 2091
              Hamilton, HM HX
Contact:      Craig Clark
Telephone:    (809) 295-1616
Fax:          (809) 292-7967
BBS:          (809) 292-7376 [U.S. Robotics HST 14.4K]
              (809) 292-1774 [v.32bis]

BERMUDA
Business Systems Ltd.
Address:      P.O. Box HM 2445
              Hamilton, HM JX
Contact:      Joseph Geaney
Telephone:    (809) 295-8777
Fax:          (809) 295-1149

BRAZIL
COMPUSUL Consultoria e Comercio de Informatica Ltda.
Address:      Rua Emboabas, 68-1o andar
              04623-Sao Paulo, SP
Contact:      Andre Pitkowski
Telephone:    +55 (11) 530-6822
Fax:          +55 (11) 531-7598
BBS:          +55 (11) 247-2899 [1200-14,400 bps, v.32/v.32bis]
              (call for BBS numbers in other cities)

BRAZIL
Maple Informatica Ltda.
Address:      R. Maranhao, 554 cj. 26
              01240 Sao Paulo, SP
Contact:      David Rotenberg
Telephone:    +55 (11) 826-5311
Fax:          +55 (11) 826-5375

BRAZIL
NUPEC Ltda
Address:      Av. Visconda de Suassuna, 823/313
              Boa Vista - Recife - CEP 50.050
Contact:      Anatolio de Paula Crespo
Telephone:    +55 (81) 222-0698
Fax:          +55 (81) 222-0698

CANADA
Asgard Technologies
Address:      175 Hunter Street East Suite #313
              Hamilton, Ontario
              CANADA  L8N 4E7
Contact:      Michael B. Cameron
Telephone:    (416) 529-9284
Fax:          (416) 529-9186

CANADA - British Columbia
Concise Systems Corp.
Address:      #25 - 1925 Bowen Road
              Nanaimo, BC
              CANADA  V9S 1H1
Contact:      Walter Anderson or Carol Sanders
Telephone:    (604) 756-1604
Fax:          (604) 756-0123

CANADA
DOLFIN Developments Ltd.
Address:      2904 South Sheridan Way
              Oakville, Ontario
              CANADA  L6J 7L7
Contact:      John Reid
Telephone:    (416) 829-4344
Fax:          (416) 829-4380

DOLFIN Developments- Montreal
Address:      2690B Pitfield, Bureau 100
              St-Laurent, Montreal, Quebec
              CANADA  H4S 1G9
Contact:      Simon Borduas
Telephone:    (514) 333-7240
Fax:          (514) 333-7165
BBS:          (514) 735-5769

DOLFIN Developments- West
Address:      Maison Chadwick House
              1842 - 14th Street SW
              Calgary, Alberta
              CANADA  T2T 3S9
Contact:      Terry O'Hearn
Telephone:    (403) 229-3454
Fax:          (403) 229-3507

CANADA - Edmonton
LOGICORP Data Systems Ltd
Address:      Suite 301, 11044 - 82nd Avenue
              Edmonton, Alberta
              CANADA  T6G 0T2
Contact:      Peter Altrogge
Telephone:    (403) 433-2830
Fax:          (403) 439-2134

CANADA - Edmonton
Programmers Guild Products
Address:      4652 - 99th Street
              Edmonton, Alberta
              CANADA  T6E 5H5
Contact:      George Woycenko
Telephone:    (403) 438-5897
Fax:          (403) 434-3957

CANADA - Ottawa
Schultz Computers
Address:      1825 Woodward Drive
              Ottawa, Ontario
              CANADA  K2C 0R4
Contact:      John Schultz
Telephone:    (613) 727-0589
Fax:          (613) 727-1264
BBS:          (613) 727-1264

CHILE
Rigg S.A.
Address:      Avda. Salvador 1068
              P.O. Box 10.295
              Santiago
Contact:      Ricardo Gutierrez
Telephone:    +56 (2) 225-0222
Fax:          +56 (2) 225-0240

CZECH REPUBLIC
AEC Ltd.
Address:      Sumavska 33
              612 64 BRNO
Contact:      Jiri Mrnustik, MSc.
Telephone:    +42 (5) 7112 line 502
Fax:          +42 (5) 013 501


DENMARK
Danadata A/S
Address:      Graham Bells Vej 7
              8200 Aarhus N
Contact:      Steen Pedersen
Telephone:    +45 (86) 18 28 44
Fax:          +45 (86) 78 31 38
BBS:          +45 (86) 78 31 34 [1200-9600bps/v.32/24 hours]

FINLAND
ICL Data Oy/PC-Hotline (Kayttotuki)
Address:      P.O. Box 458
              SF-00101 Helsinki
Contact:      Kari Ilonen or Erkki Mustonen
Telephone:    +358 (0) 567 4248
Fax:          +358 (0) 567 4160
BBS:          +358 (0) 567 2200 [U.S. Robotics Dual Standard]

FINLAND
SAFECO OY
Address:      Kirvuntie 22
              02140 Espoo
Contact:      Hannu Ohrling
Telephone:    +358 (0) 512 1100
Fax:          +358 (0) 515 151
BBS:          +358 (9)0 512 2483
MCI Mail:     540-0324

FRANCE
VIF "La Pepiniere"
Address:      111, avenue de Lodeve
              34000 Montpellier
Contact:      Pascal Jour
Telephone:    +33 67 58 18 36
Fax:          +33 67 58 26 61

GERMANY
BBT Electronics
Address:      Hundsmuhler Str. 12
              W-2900 Oldenburg
Contact:      David Thorlton - Marketing
              Ralf Fischer - Support
Telephone:    +49 (0) 441-950930
Fax:          +49 (0) 441-504481
BBS:          +49 (0) 441-9509333

GERMANY
BFK edv-consulting GmbH
Address:      Humboldystrasse 48
              W-7500 Karlsruhe 1
Contact:      Christoph Fischer
Telephone     +49 (721) 96201-1
Fax:          +49 (721) 96201-99

GERMANY
Nane Juergensen 
              Alpenstrasse 52
              8038 Grobenzell
Contact:      Nane Jurgensen
Telephone:    +49 (8) 1425-3030
Fax:          +49 (8) 1425-4641
CompuServe    100021,414

GERMANY
Kirschbaum Software, GmbH
Address:      Kronau 15
              W 8091 Emmering b. Wbg.
Contact:      Josef Kirschbaum
Telephone:    +49 (0) 8067-1016
Fax:          +49 (0) 8067-1053

GERMANY
K.H. Kitroschat, Ingenieurbuero für Neue Technik
Address:      Naabstrasse 9
              W-4006 Erkrath
Contact:      Karl-Heinz Kitroschat
Telephone:    +49 (0) 2104 48626
Fax:          +49 (0) 2104 449 555

GERMANY
NoVIR Apura GmbH
Address:      Hochofenstrasse 19-21
              2400 Lubeck 14
Contact:      Joerg Feierabend
Telephone:    +49 (0) 4513 06066 Zentrale
              +49 (0) 4513 06067 Allgemeine Hotline
              +49 (0) 4513 01068 Hotline mit Kennummer
Fax:          +49 (0) 4513 09600
              +49 (0) 4513 01306 Infophon ueber Versionsnummern etc.
BBS:          +49 (0) 4513 05267
BTX:          *NoVIR#

GERMANY
R. Bucker EDV
Address:      Nordhemmer Straße 94
              W 4955 Hille 1
Contact:      Peter Bucker
Telephone:    +49 (0) 5703-2829
              +49 (0) 5703-3610
Fax:          +49 (0) 5703-3648

GHANA
Network Computer Systems Ltd.
Address:      PO Box 2649
              Accra
Contact:      Anne Grant
Telephone:    +233 (21) 773372
              +233 (21) 772279
Fax:          +233 (21) 772279
Telex:        3047/48 BTH25 GH

GIBRALTAR
Interactive Systems Ltd.
Address:      PO Box 397
              15A Tuckey's Lane
Contact:      Jim Watt
Telephone:    +350 73285
Fax:          +350 73385

GREECE
TopNet Computers Ltd
Address:      15 Mpakopoulou St.
              154 51 Neo Psixiko
              Athens
Contact:      Dimitrios Georgiadis
Telephone:    +30 (1) 647 6066
              +30 (1) 647 5378
Fax:          +30 (1) 672 6629

HONG KONG
Terabyte Computer Consultants Ltd.
Address:      Room 1004, 10/F, Tung Wah Mansion
              199-203 Hennessy Road
              Wan Chai
Contact:      Isabel Chan
Telephone:    +852 (0) 598-0046-51
Fax:          +852 (0) 598-0892

HUNGARY
Pik-SYS Company Ltd.
Address:      Szentmiklosi u.18
              H-1213 Budapest
Contact:      Maria Pistar
Telephone:    +36 (1) 276-0864
Fax:          +36 (1) 276-5714

ICELAND
Tolvur og Fjarskipti
Address:      Dugguvogi 2
              104 Reykjavik
Contact:      Jim Hayward or Ari Thor Johannesson
Telephone:    +354 227237
              +354 (1) 679900
Fax:          +354 (1) 227348
              +354 (1) 680310
BBS:          +354 (1) 995151 [6 lines]
BBS NUA:      274011991000

INDIA
COMTEC (India), A Division of Microassociates Consultants
Address:      11 Sneh, D. S. Babrekar Road
              Dadar, Bombay  400028
Contact:      Mr. Mandar Dange
Telephone:    +91 (22) 5562767
              +91 (22) 452812
Fax:          +91 (22) 5115904
              +91 (22) 4223968

INDIA
Foremost Systems P. Ltd.
Address:      2G, Kashmir Emporium Bldg.
              P.m. Road
              Bombay 400 034
Contact:      Siddharth Mehta
Telephone:    +91 (22) 2862602
Fax:          +91 (22) 4922841
Telex:        011-82579 (Attn: Sid Mehta)

INDONESIA
P.T. Yakin Aman
Address:       #15-16, Block FX-1
               Jalan Kelapa Gading Boulevard
               Jakarta 14240
Contact:       M.A. Sunardi
Telephone:     +62 (21) 451-0072
Fax:           +62 (21) 451-2731

IRELAND
Systemhouse Technology Group Ltd
Address:      39-40 Upper Mount Street
              Dublin 2
Contact:      Dermot Williams or Stephen Kearon
Telephone:    +353 (1) 615 445
Fax:          +353 (1) 615 323
BBS:          +353 (1) 288-5634
              +353 (1) 283-1908 [U.S. Robotics HST]

ISRAEL
Chief Data Recovery Company
Address:      15 Ha'banim Street
              PO Box 499
              Nes-Ziona  70400
Contact:      Nemrod Kedem
Telephone:    +972 (8) 400 070
Fax:          +972 (8) 403 295
BBS:          +972 (3) 966 7562 [v.32bis/v.42bis/14400bps]
              +972 (3) 967 3919 [v.32bis/v.42bis/14400bps]
              +972 (3) 967 3499 [v.32bis/v.42bis/14400bps]
              +972 (3) 967 3256 [MNP5/2400bps]


ITALY
Ultimobyte Editrice, SRL
Address:      Via A. Manuzio, 15
              20124 Milano
Contact:      Adalberto Fontana
Telephone:    +39 (2) 655-5306
Fax:          +39 (2) 65.55.061

JAMAICA
W.T.G APTEC Systems Ltd.
Address:      "The Towers"
              25 Dominca Drive
              Kingston 5
Contact:      Arnold McDonald
Telephone:    (809) 929-9250
Fax:          (809) 929-8296

JAPAN
LINK Co., Ltd.
Address:      Rosebud Gotanda Bldg 10F
              8-8-15 Nishi-Gotanda
              Shingawa-ku
              Tokyo 141
Contact:      Akira Watanabe
Telephone:    +81 (3) 3493 5850
Fax:          +81 (3) 3493 5188

KOREA
Myung-Je Corporation
Address:      3FI, HWAIL B/D, 828-23
              Yeogsam-Dong, Kangnam-Ku
              Seoul
Contact:      Park Dong Myung
Telephone:    +82 (2) 563-5381
              +82 (2) 567-0473
Fax:          +82 (2) 553-7412

KUWAIT
Sultan Systems
Address:      Salem Mubarak Street
              Bldg. 17, Block 49, 5th Floor
              Safat 13132
Contact:      Mohanned Hassanin
Telephone:    +965 572 3153
              +965 572 3155
Fax:          +965 572 3152

MALAYSIA
MCSB Systems (M) Sdn Bhd
Address:      Ground Floor, Wisma Mirama
              Jalan Wisma Putra
              50460 Kuala Lumpur
Contact:      Mr. Mok Fork Chuan
Telephone:    +60 (3) 241 7400
Fax:          +60 (3) 248 8010

MAURITIUS
J. Kalachand & Co. Ltd.
Address:      20 A&B Lord Kitcheter Street
              Port-Louis
Contact:      Ramesh Kalachand
Telephone:    +230 212-6313
Fax:          +230 208-8244

MEXICO
Ingenieria y Technologia Avanzada, S.A. de C.V.
Address:      Vanegas #212
              Col. Mitras Centro
              Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, 64460
Contact:      Raul Quintanilla, Director
Telephone:    +52 (083) 46 9865
Fax:          +52 (083) 46 9865
BBS:          +52 (83)58 1477 [1200/2400 bps]
              +52 (83)59 9848 [1200/2400 bps]
              +52 (83)59 9849 [1200/2400 bps]

MEXICO
McAfee Associates, Mexico, S.A. de C.V.
Address:      Ave. Nuevo Leon No.253, Desp. 501
              Col. Escandon, C.P. 11800, Mexico D.F.
Contact:      Arturo De la Mora Carrasco
              Felipe Lopez Gomez
              Patricia De la Mora
Telephone:    +52 (5) 273-1361
              +52 (5) 273-0954
Fax:          +52 (5) 273-1019
BBS:          +52 (5) 590-5988 [1200-9600 bps]

MEXICO
Mundo PC, S.A.
Address:      Rio San Lorenzo No. 507-A OTE
              Garza Garcia, N.L. 66220
Contact:      Bill Schaefer
Telephone:    +52 (8) 378-34-48

NETHERLANDS, THE
CPU Communications & Products United C.V.
     SALES OFFICE
Address:      Jacob van Maerlandstraat 86-90
              5216 JM 's Hertogenbosch
              PO Box 1878
              5200 BW 's Hertogenbosch
Contact:      Rick Wezenaar
Telephone:    +31 (73) 141252
Fax:          +31 (73) 140437
BBS:          +31 (73) 124674 [14,400bps]
              +31 (73) 130204 [2400 bps]
     SUPPORT OFFICE
Address:      Verzamlegebouw Zuid
              Strevelsweg 700/302
              3083 AS Rotterdam
              PO Box 5011
              3008 AA Rotterdam
Contact:      Fred Janssen or Fred de Koning
Telephone:    +31 (10) 4102233
Fax:          +31 (10) 4808555
BBS:          +31 (10) 4103188 [14,400bps]
              +31 (10) 4103022 [2400bps]

NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
Micro Computer Consultants
Address:      Fokkerweg 30
              Muskus Building
              Willemstad Curaco
Contact:      Edison Maduro
Telephone:    +599 (9) 61 31 61
Fax:          +599 (9) 61 61 19

NEW ZEALAND
Computer Software Library of NZ, Ltd.
Address:      WaiPoPo 3 R.D.
              Timaru
Contact:      Bill Strauss
Telephone:    +64 (3) 615-9333
Fax:          +64 (3) 615-9333
BBS:          +64 (3) 615-9313
Mobile Phone  +64 (25) 32-8443

NORWAY
COMMA
Address:      P.O. Box 6448 Etterstad
              0605 Oslo
Contact:      Frode Jonsrud
Telephone:    +47 (2) 627500
Fax:          +47 (2) 627501

PAKISTAN
Computer Connection (PVT) LTD.
Address:      19-1/A, Block 6, P.E.C.H.S.
              Sharea Faisal
              Karachi
Contact:      (Mr.) Asim I. Shaikh
Telephone:    +92 (21) 438 839
Telephone:    +92 (21) 449 343
Fax:          +92 (21) 447 266

PHILIPPINES
Mannasoft Technology Corporation
Address:      Suite 105 Mid-Land Mansion
              839 Pasay Road, Makati
              Metro Manilla
Contact:      Hans C. Dee
Telephone:    +63 (2) 87 63 19
              +63 (2) 813-41-62
              +63 (2) 813-41-63
Pager Service:+63 (2) 869 11 11
FAX:          +63 (2) 812 93-10 

PORTUGAL
Fobis, Informatic e Gestao, Lda.
Address:      Praca de Londres 3-1.Dt
              P-1000 Lisboa
Contact:      Nuno Pinto
Telephone:    +351 (1) 848 31 84
Fax:          +351 (1) 848 17 77

SAUDI ARABIA
Gulf Stars Computer Systems
Address:      PO Box 52908
              Riyadh  11573
Contact:      Anwar Qahwash
Telephone:    +966 (1) 432-8222
Fax:          +966 (1) 465-3156
Telex:        407602 GSCS SJ

SINGAPORE
Asiasoft (S) PTE. LTD.
Address:      No. 8, Aljunied Avenue 3, Oakwell Bldg.
              Singapore 1438
Contact:      Lai Lee Tat
Telephone:    +65 742 6000
Fax:          +65 742 7000
BBS:          +65 741 8707

SINGAPORE
Computerware for Micros
Address:      Block 165, Bukit Merah Central
              #05-3683
              Singapore 0315
Contact:      Eddie C.K. Teo
Telephone:    +65 271-6001
Fax:          +65 271-6003
Pager:        +65 204-2319
BBS:          +65 448-3395

SINGAPORE
MCSB Systems (S) Pte Ltd
Address:      5 Little Road
              #05-01 Cemtex Industrial Building
              Singapore 1953
Contact:      Ivan Wainewright
Telephone:    +65 382-7600
Fax:          +65 382-5700

SLOVAKIA
NKOP elektronik Ltd.
Address:      Coboriho 2
              949 01 NITRA
Contact:      Peter Zoldos
Telephone:    +42 (87) 419 780
Fax:          +42 (87) 413 958

SOUTH AFRICA
Dynamic Solutions
Address:      P.O. Box 4397
              Cape Town  8000
Contact:      Oliver Steudler
Telephone:    +27 (21) 24 9504
Fax:          +27 (21) 26 1911
BBS:          +27 (21) 24 2208 [1200-14,400 bps U.S. Robotics HST/v.32/v.42bis]
CompuServe:   100075,200
Fidonet:      5:7102/110
Internet:     Oliver.Steudler@f110.n7102.z5.fidonet.ORG
              or 100075.0200@compuserve.COM
Beltel:       608780

SOUTH AFRICA
International Data Security (Pty) Ltd.
Address:      Shop 10
              191 Chapel Street
              Pietermaritzburg
              Natal  3201
Contact:      Gavin Nesbitt
Telephone:    +27 (331) 427 134
Fax:          +27 (331) 427 135
BBS:          +27 (331) 455 710 [300-14,400 bps U.S. Courier v.32/v.42bis]

SPAIN
DATAMON, SA Central
Address:      Corcega, 485
              08025 Barcelona
Contact:      Carmen Mestres
Telephone:    +34 (3) 207-2704
Fax:          +34 (3) 457-1370

SPAIN
DATAMON, SA - Macroservice
Address:      C/Infanta Mercedes, 83
              28020 Madrid
Contact:      Diego Saez
Telephone:    +34 (1) 571 52 00
Fax:          +34 (1) 571 19 11

SWEDEN
Virus Help Centre - MAIN Office
Address:      Box 7018
              S 811 07 Sandviken
Contact:      Mikael Larsson
Telephone:    +46 (26) 100518
Direct Phone: +46 (26) 275740
Mobile Phone: +46 (10) 295 5551
Fax:          +46 (26) 275720
BBS:          +46 (26) 275710 [U.S. Robotics Dual Standard]
              +46 (26) 275715 [U.S. Robotics HST]
Fidonet:      2:205/204 or 2:205/234
VirNet:       9:461/101 or 9:461/111
Internet:     mikael@abacus.hgs.se

Virus Help Centre - GAVLE Office
Address:      Box 1237
              S 801 37 Gavle
Contact:      Ola Larsson
Mobile Phone: +46 (10) 295-5552
Fidonet:      2:205/212
VirNet:       9:461/112
Internet:     ola@abacus.hgs.se

SWITZERLAND
DASIKON AG
Address:      Sandbueelstrasse 6
              CH-8604 Volketswil
Contact:      Marcus Laeubli
Telephone:    +41 (1) 945-5970
Fax:          +41 (1) 946-0545
BBS:          +41 (1) 945-5077

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO
Opus Networx
Address:      P.O. Box 972
              Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago
              West Indies
Contact:      Peter Wimbourne
Tel:          (809) 628-3105
Fax:          (809) 622-6878
BBS:          (809) 628-5023

TURKEY
MBS Bilgisayar Hiz.ve Tic.Ltd.Sti.
Address:       Buyukdere Cad. No. 4/7
               Sisli - Istanbul
Contact:       Cem Celik or Can Sayin
Telephone:     +90 (1) 231-8008
Fax:           +90 (1) 240-3664

UNITED KINGDOM
International Data Security
Address:      9 & 10 Alfred Place
              London WC1E 7EB
Contact:      Oliver Mills
Telephone:    +44 (71) 631 0548
              +44 (71) 436 2244
Fax:          +44 (71) 580 1466
BBS:          +44 (71) 580 4800

URUGUAY
Datamatic
Address:      25 de Mayo 635 Piso 6
              Montevideo 11100
Contact:      Ivonne Chabaneau
              Juan Camps (technical)
Telephone:    +598 2 96 18 42
Fax:          +598 2 96 27 71

VENEZUELA

Lantech Ltd.
Address:      Edit. La linea, Ave. Libertador
              Torre A - Piso 15
              Caracas
Contact:      Vladimir Castillo
Telephone:    +582 781 4655
Fax:          +582 781 7454

ZAMBIA
KBM Software Plaza
Address:      P.O. Box 320139
              Woodlands
              Lusaka
Contact:      (Mrs.) Kasonde B. Shakalima
Telephone:    +260 (1) 260 151
Fax:          +260 (1) 260 151

UNITED STATES
Advanced Computer Networks
Address:      260 Old Nyack Turnpike
              Spring Valley, NY  10977
Contact:      Lazer Milstein, CNE or
              David Adams
Telephone:    (914) 425-5858
Telephone:    (800) 383-0257 Order inquriry
Fax:          (914) 425-4306
BBS:          (914) 425-2304 [300-14,400 bps U.S. Robotics HST/v.32/v.42bis]

UNITED STATES
Advanced Computer Technologies
Address:      108 Main Street
              Norwalk, CT  06851
Contact:      Larry McNally
Telephone:    (203) 847-9433
Fax:          (203) 847-2475

UNITED STATES - Pacific Northwest
Al Mashburn & Associates
Address:      7406 - 27th Street West, Suite 8
              Tacoma, WA  98466
Contact:      Al Mashburn
Telephone:    (206) 565-8641
Fax:          (206) 565-3134

UNITED STATES
Automated Business Concepts
Address:      1005 Farmington Rd.
              Pensacola, FL  32504-7037
Contact:      Bill Miller
Telephone:    (904) 474-1575
Fax:          (904) 474-1589

UNITED STATES
Barish & O'Brien Consulting
Address:      19 West 44th Street, Suite 300
              New York, NY  10036
Contact:      David Barish
Telephone:    (212) 221-1600
Fax:          (212) 221-1658

UNITED STATES - New England
Beehive Computer Company
Address:      #2 Industrial Park Drive
              Concord, NH  03301
Contact:      Jeff Parkerson
Telephone:    (603) 226-2993
Fax:          (603) 226-2070

UNITED STATES - Midwest
Blue Chip Computer Company
Address:      3085 Woodman Drive
              Dayton, OH  45420
Contact:      Jim King
Telephone:    (513) 299-4594
Fax:          (513) 298-5798

UNITED STATES - Northern California
C&P Solutions
Address:      14428 Union Avenue
              San Jose, CA  95124
Contact:      Luis Paz
Telephone:    (408) 559-4049
Fax:          (408) 559-8645

UNITED STATES
CDT, Inc.
Address:      3110 Rhapsody Court
              Colorado Springs, CO  80920
Contact:      Glen Sandusky
Telephone:    (719) 260-0567
Fax:          (719) 531-5256

UNITED STATES
CompuNet, Inc.
Address:      8080 Madison Avenue, Suite 202
              Fair Oaks, CA  95286
Contact:      Noel Morgan
Telephone:    (916) 965-3112
Fax:          (916) 965-5713

UNITED STATES
ComputerLand of Sioux Falls, SD
Address:      3809 South Western Avenue
              Sioux Falls, SD  57105
Contact:      Eric Hosen
Telephone:    (605) 338-5263
Fax:          (605) 338-7130

UNITED STATES
The Computer Station
Address:      2600 South King Street, Suite 207
              Honolulu, HI  96826
Telephone:    (808) 942-7747
Fax:          (808) 942-5119
BBS:          (808) 247-7328

UNITED STATES - South
Computer Generations, Inc.
Address:      P.O. Box 71
              Hendersonville, TN  37077-0071
Contact:      Cliff Jones
Telephone:    (615) 865-1418
Fax:          ?

UNITED STATES - Midwest
Computer Maintenence, Inc.
Address:      1433 Fullerton Avenue, Suite M
              Addison, IL  60101
Contact:      Dan Eremenchuk
Telephone:    (708) 953-1555
Fax:          (708) 953-1441

UNITED STATES - South
Computer Security Plus, Inc.
Address:      3900 South Tampa Avenue
              Orlando, FL  32809
Contact:      Padgett Peterson
Telephone:    (407) 352-6027
Fax:          (407) 352-6027
BBS:          (407) 352-6027
Internet:     padgett%tccslr.dnet@mmc.com

UNITED STATES - South
Computers For Business
Address:      2843 Pembroke Road
              Hollywood, FL  33020
Contact:      David Bennett
Telephone:    (305) 920-9604
Fax:          (305) 921-6131

UNITED STATES
Computer Technology Associates
Address:      1901 E 37th Street, Suite 202
              Odessa, TX  79762
Contact:      John Minor
Telephone:    (915) 368-5208
Fax:          (915) 368-4108

UNITED STATES - Southern California
Creative Business Concepts, Inc.
Address:      25231 Paseo de Alicia
              Laguna Hills, CA  92653
Contact:      Rick Shafer
Telephone:    (714) 855-9445
Fax:          (714) 855-0532

UNITED STATES - South
Crystal Data Systems
Address:      2104 West Ferry Way
              Huntsville, AL  35801
Contact:      Doug West
Telephone:    (205) 883-4233
Fax:          (205) 883-4293

UNITED STATES
DataLan Corporation
Address:      50 Main Street, Suite 1000
              White Plains, NY  10606
Contact:      John Arnold
Telephone:    (914) 682-2022
Fax:          (914) 682-2123

UNITED STATES
DataTek Computer Services
Address:      547 Wunder Street
              Reading, PA  19602-2005
Contact:      Kirk Wentzel
Telephone:    (215) 374-2097
BBS:          (215) 374-3735

UNITED STATES - South
Data Integrity
Address:      5301 North Federal Highway, Suite 130
              Boca Raton, FL  33487
Contact:      Neil Kutchera
Telephone:    (407) 998-7540
Fax:          (407) 998-7587

UNITED STATES - Southern California
FOCAL
Address:      15500 Erwin Street, Suite 2002
              Van Nuys, CA  91411
Telephone:    (818) 376-6598
Fax:          (818) 376-6594

UNITED STATES
Genoa Group
Address:      7334 South Alton Way, Unit H
              Englewood, CO  80112
Contact:      William L Ross
Telephone:    (303) 770-5747
Fax:          (303) 742-2449

UNITED STATES - Northern California
GW Associates
Address:      149 Forest Side Avenue
              San Francisco, CA  94217
Contact:      George Wertheim
Telephone:    (415) 661-0968
              (510) 577-3528
Fax:          ?

UNITED STATES
Hornbeck's
Address:      406 Walnut Street
              Red Bluff, CA  96080
Contact:      Kevin Evenson
Telephone:    (916) 527-1201
Fax:          (916) 529-3621

UNITED STATES - Midwest
Inacomp-Decatur, IL
Address:      1690 Houston Drive
              Decatur, IL  62526
Contact:      Marshall Sperry
Telephone:    (217) 875-7611
Fax:          (217) 875-7611

UNITED STATES - East
Innovative Business Solutions
Address:      222 W Grand Avenue
              Montvale, NJ  07645
Contact:      Richard Verlaque
Telephone:    (201) 391-0200
Fax           (201) 291-9803

UNITED STATES - New York
International Security Technology Inc.
Address:      99 Park Avenue - 11th Floor US Re
              New York, NY  10022
Contact:      Robert V. Jacobson
Telephone:    (212) 557-0900
Fax:          (212) 808-5206

UNITED STATES - East
Jetics Inc.
Address:      8229 Boone Blvd. Suite 860
              Vienna, VA  22182
Contact:      Wayne Carpenter
Telephone:    (703) 893-4404
Fax:          (703) 821-0710

UNITED STATES - Great Lakes States
James C. Shaeffer and Associates

Detroit Office:
Address:      5025 Venture Drive
              Ann Arbor, MI  48108
Contact:      James C. Shaeffer
Telephone:    (800) 968-9527
Fax:          (313) 741-9528
Mobile:       (313) 670-7354 (If no answer, please leave name and number)
cc:Mail:      (313) 741-9533 Name: James C. Shaeffer, PO: JCS_PO
BBS:          (313) 741-9529 [PPI 14,400bps v.32/v.42bis 8N1 line settings]

Chicago Office:
Address:      744 Fox Hunt Trail
              Deerfield, IL  60015
Contact:      David Shook
Telephone:    (312) 399-9364
Fax:          (313) 741-9528
cc:Mail:      (313) 741-9533 Name: David C. Shook, PO: JCS_PO
BBS:          (313) 741-9529 [PPI 14,400bps v.32/v.42bis 8N1 line settings]

UNITED STATES
Joseph Head Cooper Consulting
Address:      321 West Craig Place
              San Antonio, TX  78212
Contact:      Joe Cooper
Telephone:    (512) 736-2383

UNITED STATES
Kortek Industries
Address:      2000 Bering Drive, Suite 400
              Houston, TX 77057
Contact:      John Heaney
Telephone:    (713) 783-0024
Fax:          (713) 783-7649

UNITED STATES
M.S. Business Center
Address:      6161 El Cajon Blvd., Suite B-15
              San Diego, CA  92115
Telephone:    (619) 583-4960
Fax:          (619) 583-9375

UNITED STATES
Micro Networks of America
Address:      320 Main Street
              Farmington, CT  06034
Contact:      Paul Dandrow
Telephone:    (203) 678-7400
Fax:          (203) 678-9437

UNITED STATES - Northern California
Microplus Systems Technologies
Address:      1020 East El Camino Real
              Sunnyvale, CA  94087
Contact:      Ralph Manildi or Bui Han
Telephone:    (408) 737-2525
Fax:          (408) 737-2402

UNITED STATES - South
Micro Tech Systems
Address:      701 East Bay Street
              Box 1313
              Charleston, SC  29403
Contact:      Curtis Clark
Telephone:    (803) 724-3480
Fax:          (803) 724-3400

UNITED STATES - Southeast
Monterey-Waldec, Inc.
Address:      4899 West Waters Avenue
              Tampa, FL  33634
Contact:      Andy Swenson
Telephone:    (813) 882-9066
Fax:          (813) 882-9910

UNITED STATES
NETLAN
Address:      29 West 38th Street
              New York, NY  10018
Contact:      Al Berg
Telephone:    (212) 768-2273
Fax:          (212) 768-2201
BBS:          (212) 764-3876

UNITED STATES
NetPro Computing
Address:      8655 East Via de Ventura #E155
              Scottsdale, AZ  85258
Contact:      Corbin Glowacki
Telephone:    (602) 998-5008
Ffax:         (602) 998-5706


UNITED STATES
Network Engineering & Comm.
Address:      14718 NE 87th Street
              Redmond, WA  98052
Contact:      Dan Kidd
Telephone:    (206) 861-1778
Fax:          (206) 891-1704

UNITED STATES
NH&A (formerly NHFA)
Address:      577 Isham Street, Suite 2B
              New York, NY  10034
Contact:      Norman Hirsch
Telephone:    (212) 304-9759 ext. 1
Fax:          (212) 304-9759
BBS:          (212) 304-9759 ext. 3

UNITED STATES - Pacific Northwest
OverFlow Corporation
Address:      8950 SW Burnham Street
              Portland, OR  97223-6103
Contact:      Jenice Shaw
Telephone:    (503) 598-1871
Fax:          (503) 598-1876

UNITED STATES - Northern California
PCS Networks
Address:      5900-T Hollis Street
              Emeryville, CA  94608
Contact:      Tim Cuny
Telephone:    (510) 655-6500
              (415) 986-1800
Fax:          (510) 655-9298

UNITED STATES - Northern California
Peacham Cybernetics
Address:      10710 Baxter Avenue
              Los Altos, CA  94024
Contact:      Fritz Schneider
Telephone:    (408) 739-3303
Fax:          (408) 739-3204
CompuServe:   71043,1117
Internet:     71043.1117@compuserve.COM

UNITED STATES - West
Pueblo Group
Address:      6318 E. Calle Cappela
              Tucson, AZ  85710
Contact:      Bill Logan
Telephone:    (602) 321-2075
Fax:          (602) 881-8474
BBS:          (602) 747-5236
Internet:     blogan@solitud.fidonet.org

UNITED STATES
Ramcom Technology
Address:      PO Box 3491
              Flagstaff, AZ  86003-3491
Contact:      Ron Moore
Telephone:    (602) 779-3204
Fax:          (602) 779-3204
BBS:          (602) 779-3265

UNITED STATES
Rational Elegance
Address:     14636 NE 42nd Place #N202
             Bellevue, WA  98007-3311
Contact:     Robert Gryphon
Telephone:   (206) 885-5499
Cellular:    (206) 940-1124
Fax:         (206) 885-5499

UNITED STATES
Sparrow Copmuter Systems, Inc
Address:      616 S. Broad Street
              Lansdale, PA  19446
Contact:      Bill Mann
Telephone:    (215) 368-9500
Fax:          (215) 368-9522

UNITED STATES
SSDS, Inc.
Address:      Special Projects & Government Support
              PO Box 71827
              Ft. Bragg, NC  28307
Contact:      John H. Kida
Telephone:    (703) 827-0806 ext. 204 [24 hour voice mail]
BBS:          (919) 867-0754 [1200-14,400 bps, Dual Std. & BIS]
Internet:     jhk@washington.ssds.com
 
SSDS, Inc. - AUSTIN OFFICE
Address:      3102 Bee Caves Rd, Suite C
              Austin, TX  00000-0000
Contact:      Gilbert Silva
Telephone:    (512) 329-5731
Fax:          (512) 329-5726
 
SSDS, Inc. - HUNTSVILLE OFFICE
Address:      200 West Coute Square, Suite 988
              Huntsville, AL  35801
Contact:      Matt Petty
Telephone:    (205) 534-8383
 
SSDS, Inc. - RALIEGH OFFICE  (North Carolina)
Address:      3101 Poplarwood Court, Suite 108
              Raliegh, NC  27604
Contact:      John Noss
Telephone:    (919) 954-0400
Fax:          (919) 954-0403
 
SSDS, Inc. - WASHINGTON, DC OFFICE
Address:      8150 Leesburg Pike, Suite 1100
              Vienna, VA  22182
Contact:      Patrick Siemon
Telephone:    (703) 827-0806
Fax:          (703) 827-0716
 
SSDS, Inc. - CHICAGO OFFICE
Address:      1755 Park Street, Suite 180
              Naperville, IL  60504
Contact:      Mark Kilgore
Telephone:    (708) 778-7737
Fax:          (708) 778-7740
 
SSDS, Inc. - SEATTLE OFFICE
Address:      1309 - 114th Ave SE, Suite 104
              Bellevue, WA  98004
Contact:      Brett Burris
Telephone:    (206) 453-9141
 
SSDS, Inc. - DENVER OFFICE
Address:      6595 S. Dayton Suite 3000
              Englewood, CO  80111
Contact:      Del Blackketter
Telephone:    (303) 790-0660
Fax:          (303) 790-1663

UNITED STATES - Eastern Seaboard
Tecnimat/TDS
Address:      180 South Ban Brunt Street
              Englewood, NJ  07631
Contact:      Sheree Parke
Telephone:    (201) 569-4200
Fax:          (201) 569-2274

UNITED STATES
Typetronics Business Systems Inc
Address:    5717 North 7th Street
            Phoenix, AZ  85014
Contact:    Roger Smith
Telephone:  (602) 274-7253
Fax:        (602) 274-7636

UNITED STATES - New England
VacciVirus
Address:      84 Hammond Street
              Waltham, MA  02154
Contact:      Roger Aucoin
Telephone:    (617) 893-8282
Fax:          (617) 893-3770

UNITED STATES
ValCom More than Computers Inc.
Address:      2249 Pinehurst Drive
              Middleton, WI  53562
Contact:      Gary Hoffman
Telephone:    (608) 836-8180
Fax:          (608) 836-7401

UNITED STATES
Wang Laboratories
Address:      7500 Old Georgetown Rd
              Bethesda, MD  20814
Contact:      Bill Repine
Telephone:    (301) 657-5028
Fax:          (301) 657-5971

LANGUAGE.DOC

Starting with version 9.1V100, two message files are distributed with
SCAN/CLEAN/NETSCAN/WSCAN. Their validation codes are:

          File Name:  french.msg
               Size:  16,060
               Date:  1-21-1993
File Authentication:
     Check Method 1 - C0EE
     Check Method 2 - 0194

          File Name:  spanish.msg
               Size:  16,022
               Date:  1-21-1993
File Authentication:
     Check Method 1 - 3CD8
     Check Method 2 - 0CF9

LICENSE.DOC

PLEASE FEEL FREE TO (i) UPLOAD THIS SOFTWARE TO ANY ELECTRONIC
BULLETIN BOARD, (ii) DEMONSTRATE THE SOFTWARE AND ITS
CAPABILITIES OR (iii) GIVE COPIES TO POTENTIAL USERS, SO THAT
OTHERS MAY HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO OBTAIN A COPY FOR USE IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE LICENSE TERMS CONTAINED IN THIS FILE.  

BUSINESS/INSTITUTION/GOVERNMENT LICENSE.  If you are a business,
institution or government agency, the first of the three licenses
in this file pertains to you.  Forms to request information
regarding this license are at the end of this file.

SERVICE LICENSE.  If you are a business using the software
programs for checking client and customer diskettes and systems,
the second of the three licenses in this file pertains to you. 

SHAREWARE DISTRIBUTION LICENSE.  If you are a shareware
distributor, the third of the three licenses in this file
pertains to you.

HOME USER LICENSE.  If you are an individual end user whose use
is not on behalf of a business, organization or government
agency, the license in the REGISTER.DOC file pertains to you. 
Registration forms are also located in the REGISTER.DOC file.

_______________________________________________________________

   McAFEE ASSOCIATES BUSINESS/INSTITUTION/GOVERNMENT LICENSE

        NOTICE TO USERS ("COMPANY"):  CAREFULLY READ THE FOLLOWING
LEGAL AGREEMENT. COMPANY'S USE OF THIS SOFTWARE IS CONDITIONED
UPON COMPLIANCE BY COMPANY WITH THE TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT. THE
SOFTWARE MAY BE EVALUATED FOR FIVE DAYS ON A ROYALTY FREE BASIS. 
CONTINUED USE AFTER EVALUATION IS CONDITIONED UPON PAYMENT BY
COMPANY OF THE NEGOTIATED LICENSE FEE SPECIFIED IN A CONFIRMATION
LETTER FROM MCAFEE ASSOCIATES ("MCAFEE").

        The Software may not be distributed by Company to any
outside corporation, organization or government agency.  This
license authorizes Company to use the number of copies described
in the confirmation letter from McAfee and for which Company has
paid McAfee the negotiated license fee.  If the confirmation
letter from McAfee indicates that Company's license is
"Corporate-Wide", this license will be deemed to cover copies
duplicated and distributed by Company for use on any additional
incremental machines purchased or leased by Company during the
Term, at no additional charge.  This license will remain in
effect for two years from the date of the confirmation letter
from McAfee authorizing such continued use or such other period
as is stated in the confirmation letter (the "Term").  If Company
does not obtain a confirmation letter and pay the applicable
license fee, this license expires at the end of the five day
evaluation period.  All updates must be accessed and downloaded
from McAfee's bulletin board, the McAfee Virus Forum on
CompuServe or McAfee's Internet node.  Access instructions for
the Company's licensed user bulletin board are included in the
confirmation letter.  In the case where Company is licensing more
than 50 copies of the Software, all updates will also be provided
in diskette form at no charge as they occur or quarterly,
whichever is less frequent, during the term of this license.

I.      SINGLE POINT OF CONTACT.  Support for Software bug reports
and other product issues will be handled through a single point
of contact within the Company.  Company shall identify the
contact individual when placing its order with McAfee or McAfee's
Authorized Agent.  There will be no charge for support of the
Software when channelled through such individual.  Support
requests from other organizational areas will be billed at normal
hourly support rates. 

II.     INFECTION SUPPORT.  Telephone, BBS, CompuServe and Internet
support for virus infections is available at no additional
charge.  On-site support may be obtained from a McAfee Authorized
Agent, as available, at a negotiated hourly rate plus travel time
and expenses.
 
III.    EMPLOYEE HOME USE OPTION.  In the case where Company is
licensing more than 50 copies of the Software, McAfee will
license the Software for home use by employees if requested by
Company, in writing, within the first year of the license.  The
cost for this option is 20% of the standard site license fee for
that number of employee home use machines.

IV.     GENERAL TERMS.

        COPYRIGHT.  The Software is protected by United States
copyright laws and international treaty provisions.  Company
acknowledges that no title to the intellectual property in the
Software is transferred to Company.  Company further acknowledges
that full ownership rights to the Software will remain the
exclusive property of McAfee or its suppliers, and Company will
not acquire any rights to the Software except as expressly set
forth in this license.  Company agrees that any copies of the
Software made by Company will contain the same proprietary
notices which appear on and in the Software.

        REVERSE ENGINEERING.  Company agrees that it will not
attempt, and will use its best efforts to prevent its employees
from attempting to reverse compile, modify, translate or
disassemble the Software in whole or in part.

        LIMITED WARRANTY.  McAfee warrants that the Software will
perform substantially in accordance with the accompanying
documentation for a period of ninety (90) days from the date
McAfee receives payment.

        COMPANY REMEDIES.  If the Software does not conform to the
limited warranty above ("Limited Warranty"), McAfee's entire
liability and Company's sole and exclusive remedy shall be, at
McAfee's option, either to (a) correct the error, (b) help
Company work around or avoid the error or (c) authorize a refund,
so long as the Software is destroyed by Company.  The Limited
Warranty is void if failure of the Software has resulted from
accident, abuse, or misapplication.  Any replacement Software
will be warranted for the remainder of the original Limited
Warranty period.

        NO OTHER WARRANTIES.  MCAFEE DOES NOT WARRANT THAT
THE SOFTWARE IS ERROR FREE, IDENTIFIES ALL KNOWN VIRUSES OR MAY NOT
OCCASIONALLY REPORT A VIRUS IN A FILE NOT INFECTED BY THAT VIRUS.
EXCEPT FOR THE EXPRESS LIMITED WARRANTY ABOVE, MCAFEE DISCLAIMS ALL
OTHER WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO THE SOFTWARE, EITHER EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT
OF THIRD PARTY RIGHTS.

        SEVERABILITY.  In the event of invalidity of any provision
of this license, the parties agree that such invalidity shall not
affect the validity of the remaining portions of this license.

        NO LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.  IN NO EVENT SHALL
MCAFEE OR ITS SUPPLIERS BE LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL
OR INDIRECT DAMAGES OF ANY KIND ARISING OUT OF THE DELIVERY,
PERFORMANCE OR USE OF THE SOFTWARE, EVEN IF MCAFEE HAS BEEN
ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.  IN NO EVENT WILL
MCAFEE'S LIABILITY FOR ANY CLAIM, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, TORT OR
ANY OTHER THEORY OF LIABILITY, EXCEED THE LICENSE FEE PAID BY
COMPANY.

        EXPORT.  Company agrees that it will not export or re-export
the Software to North Korea, Vietnam, Cuba, Iran or Iraq without
the appropriate United States or foreign government licenses.

        GOVERNING LAW.  This Agreement will be governed by the laws
of the State of California as they are applied to agreements to
be entered into and to be performed entirely within California. 
The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International
Sale of Goods is specifically disclaimed.

        U.S. GOVERNMENT RESTRICTED RIGHTS.  If the Software is
acquired (i) for use by DoD, use, duplication or disclosure by
the Government is subject to the terms of this license unless
superseded by 252.227-7013(c)(1)(ii) or (ii) for use by civilian
agencies, use, reproduction or disclosure is subject to the terms
of this license unless superseded by 52.227-19.

        ENTIRE AGREEMENT.  This Agreement together with any McAfee
confirmation letter constitute the entire agreement between
Company and McAfee which supersedes any prior agreement,
including any prior license from McAfee, or understanding,
whether written or oral, relating to the subject matter of this
Agreement.  The terms and conditions of this Agreement shall
apply to all orders submitted to McAfee and shall supersede any
different or additional terms on purchase orders from Company.

        Should you have any questions concerning this license
agreement, or if you desire to contact McAfee for any reason,
please call (408) 988-3832, fax (408) 970-9727, or write:  McAfee
Associates, 3350 Scott Boulevard, Building 14, Santa Clara,
California  95054-3107.

_________________________________________________________________

                McAFEE ASSOCIATES SERVICE LICENSE

        NOTICE TO SERVICE PROVIDERS ("COMPANY"):  CAREFULLY READ THE
FOLLOWING LEGAL AGREEMENT. COMPANY'S USE OF THIS SOFTWARE IS
CONDITIONED UPON COMPLIANCE BY COMPANY WITH THE TERMS OF THIS
AGREEMENT AND PAYMENT BY COMPANY OF THE NEGOTIATED LICENSE FEE
SPECIFIED IN A CONFIRMATION LETTER FROM MCAFEE ASSOCIATES
("MCAFEE").

        The Software may not be distributed by Company to any
outside corporation, organization or government agency.  This
license authorizes Company to use the number of copies described
in the confirmation letter from McAfee and for which Company has
paid McAfee the negotiated license fee.  The Software must remain
on diskette, may not be copied to a hard drive, and must be
removed from the client/customer site when the Company
representative leaves the site.  This license will remain in
effect for two years from the date of the confirmation letter
from McAfee authorizing such use or such other period as is
stated in the confirmation letter (the "Term").  All updates must
be accessed and downloaded from McAfee's bulletin board, the
McAfee Virus Forum on CompuServe or McAfee's Internet node.
Access instructions for the Company's licensed user bulletin
board are included in the confirmation letter.  

I.      SINGLE POINT OF CONTACT.  Support for Software bug reports
and other product issues will be handled through a single point
of contact within the Company.  Company shall identify the
contact individual when placing its order with McAfee or McAfee's
Authorized Agent.  There will be no charge for support of the
Software when channelled through such individual.  Support
requests from other organizational areas will be billed at normal
hourly support rates. 

II.     INFECTION SUPPORT.  Telephone, BBS, CompuServe and Internet
support for virus infections is available at no additional
charge.  
 
III.    GENERAL TERMS.

        COPYRIGHT.  The Software is protected by United States
copyright laws and international treaty provisions.  Company
acknowledges that no title to the intellectual property in the
Software is transferred to Company.  Company further acknowledges
that full ownership rights to the Software will remain the
exclusive property of McAfee or its suppliers, and Company will
not acquire any rights to the Software except as expressly set
forth in this license.  Company agrees that any copies of the
Software made by Company will contain the same proprietary
notices which appear on and in the Software.

        REVERSE ENGINEERING.  Company agrees that it will not
attempt, and will use its best efforts to prevent its employees
from attempting to reverse compile, modify, translate or
disassemble the Software in whole or in part.

        LIMITED WARRANTY.  McAfee warrants that the Software will
perform substantially in accordance with the accompanying
documentation for a period of ninety (90) days from the date
McAfee receives payment.

        COMPANY REMEDIES.  If the Software does not conform to the
limited warranty above ("Limited Warranty"), McAfee's entire
liability and Company's sole and exclusive remedy shall be, at
McAfee's option, either to (a) correct the error, (b) help
Company work around or avoid the error or (c) authorize a refund,
so long as the Software is destroyed by Company.  The Limited
Warranty is void if failure of the Software has resulted from
accident, abuse, or misapplication.  Any replacement Software
will be warranted for the remainder of the original Limited
Warranty period.

        NO OTHER WARRANTIES.    MCAFEE DOES NOT WARRANT THAT
THE SOFTWARE IS ERROR FREE, IDENTIFIES ALL KNOWN VIRUSES OR MAY NOT
OCCASIONALLY REPORT A VIRUS IN A FILE NOT INFECTED BY THAT VIRUS.
EXCEPT FOR THE EXPRESS LIMITED WARRANTY ABOVE, MCAFEE DISCLAIMS ALL
OTHER WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO THE SOFTWARE, EITHER EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT
OF THIRD PARTY RIGHTS.

        SEVERABILITY.  In the event of invalidity of any provision
of this license, the parties agree that such invalidity shall not
affect the validity of the remaining portions of this license.

        NO LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.  IN NO EVENT SHALL
MCAFEE OR ITS SUPPLIERS BE LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL
OR INDIRECT DAMAGES OF ANY KIND ARISING OUT OF THE DELIVERY,
PERFORMANCE OR USE OF THE SOFTWARE, EVEN IF MCAFEE HAS BEEN
ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.  IN NO EVENT WILL
MCAFEE'S LIABILITY FOR ANY CLAIM, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, TORT OR
ANY OTHER THEORY OF LIABILITY, EXCEED THE LICENSE FEE PAID BY
COMPANY.

        EXPORT.  Company agrees that it will not export or re-export
the Software to North Korea, Vietnam, Cuba, Iran or Iraq without
the appropriate United States or foreign government licenses.

        GOVERNING LAW.  This Agreement will be governed by the laws
of the State of California as they are applied to agreements to
be entered into and to be performed entirely within California. 
The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International
Sale of Goods is specifically disclaimed.

        U.S. GOVERNMENT RESTRICTED RIGHTS.  If the Software is
acquired (i) for use by DoD, use, duplication or disclosure by
the Government is subject to the terms of this license unless
superseded by 252.227-7013(c)(1)(ii) or (ii) for use by civilian
agencies, use, reproduction or disclosure is subject to the terms
of this license unless superseded by 52.227-19.

        ENTIRE AGREEMENT.  This Agreement together with any McAfee
confirmation letter constitute the entire agreement between
Company and McAfee which supersedes any prior agreement,
including any prior license from McAfee, or understanding,
whether written or oral, relating to the subject matter of this
Agreement.  The terms and conditions of this Agreement shall
apply to all orders submitted to McAfee and shall supersede any
different or additional terms on purchase orders from Company.

        Should you have any questions concerning this license
agreement, or if you desire to contact McAfee for any reason,
please call (408) 988-3832, fax (408) 970-9727, or write:  McAfee
Associates, 3350 Scott Boulevard, Building 14, Santa Clara,
California  95054-3107.

_________________________________________________________________

        McAFEE ASSOCIATES SHAREWARE DISTRIBUTION LICENSE

        NOTICE TO SHAREWARE DISTRIBUTORS ("DISTRIBUTOR"):  CAREFULLY
READ THE FOLLOWING LEGAL AGREEMENT.  DISTRIBUTOR'S RIGHT TO
DISTRIBUTE THIS SOFTWARE IS CONDITIONED UPON COMPLIANCE BY
DISTRIBUTOR WITH THE TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT.  

        1.       LICENSE GRANT.  McAfee Associates ("McAfee") grants to
Distributor a nonexclusive, worldwide right to distribute the
object code version of the Software as shareware.  This license
to distribute the Software is conditioned upon Distributor's
compliance with the terms of this Agreement.  Distributor will
not copy the Software except as necessary to use it in accordance
with this license, and Distributor is granted no right to modify
or sublicense the Software.  Distributor may download the
Software files from McAfee's electronic bulletin board system at
408-988-4004, settings are 8Nl, ANSI or TTY emulation, and full
duplex, from the McAfee Virus Forum on CompuServe or McAfee's
Internet node.  All files of this Software must be distributed bundled
together, with the Software .COM and .EXE files bundled with the
LICENSE.DOC, REGISTER.DOC and AGENTS.TXT file.  All Software
distribution must be via diskettes (which are either write-protected
or notchless) or electronic transmission (in which case the original
archive file from McAfee must be used).  Distributor is prohibited
from installing copies of the Software on hard drives and distributing
such hard drives.

        2.       NO SUBLICENSE FEE.  Distributor may not charge its
customers for the Software other than a nominal fee for the
diskette.

        3.       COPYRIGHT.  The Software is protected by United States
copyright laws and international treaty provisions.  Distributor
acknowledges that no title to the intellectual property in the
Software is transferred to Distributor.  Distributor further
acknowledges that full ownership rights to the Software will
remain the exclusive property of McAfee or its suppliers, and
Distributor will not acquire any rights to the Software except as
expressly set forth in this license.  Distributor agrees that any
copies of the Software made by Distributor will contain the same
proprietary notices which appear on and in the Software.

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VALIDATE.DOC

                             VALIDATE Version 0.4
                 Copyright (C) 1989-1992 by McAfee Associates.
                              TEL (408) 988-3832

NOTE: VALIDATE version 0.4 is being released so that VALIDATE will
      remain compatible with the /SAVE option of SCAN. The new /SAVE
      option changes the SCAN.EXE file, and the new VALIDATE will be
      able to compensate for the changes, so that the validation results
      before and after the /SAVE switch will be identical.  This in no
      way impairs the validating process.

     VALIDATE is a file-authentication program that may be used to check
other programs for signs of tampering.  VALIDATE uses two discrete methods
to generate Cyclic Redundancy Checks (CRC's), which are then displayed for
the user to compare against the known value for the program(s) validated.
The known validation data can be published by the author of the program or
be obtained from a trusted information database.  The dual CRC checking
provides a high degree of security.

     To confirm that a program is in its original, untampered state, run
the VALIDATE program on it, record the validation data produced, and
compare it against the record in the online database. If they match, than
it is highly improbable that the program has been modified.

To run VALIDATE, type:

     VALIDATE d:\path\filename.ext

The VALIDATE program will then display the following information:

                   Size:  (#/bytes)
                   Date:  (file creation date)
    File Authentication
         Check Method 1:  (a four digit CRC)
         Check Method 2:  (a four digit CRC)

     The VALIDATE program may be copied and distributed at no charge as
long as it is distributed whole and intact and unmodified in any way,
along with this file.  Please report virus infections and reports of
program tampering to:

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     USA                                    USR HST/v32/v.42/24hrs
                   
The validation data for VALIDATE.COM, Version 0.4 is:

                   Size:  12,197
                   Date:  03-24-92
    File Authentication
         Check Method 1:  D5BB
         Check Method 2:  166F



VIRLIST.TXT

                        
                        
                        VIRUS CHARACTERISTICS LIST V100
                   Copyright 1989-1993 by McAfee Associates
                           Updated by Brian Thomas
                             All Rights Reserved.
                             TEL (408) 988-3832

The  following  list  outlines  the major characteristics  of  the  known
IBM  PC  and  compatible virus strains identified by  SCAN.   The  number
of  known  variants of each virus is also listed.  This number is  listed
in  parenthesis  beside  the name of the  strain.   The total  number  of
known  viruses is summed at the end of the list.  The Clean-Up virus I.D.
code is included in brackets.
==========================================================================
A Infects Fixed Disk Partition Table-A-------------------+
9 Infects Fixed Disk Boot Sector-----9-----------------+ |
8 Infects Floppy Diskette Boot-------8---------------+ | |
7 Infects Overlay Files--------------7-------------+ | | |
6 Infects EXE Files------------------6-----------+ | | | |
5 Infects COM files------------------5---------+ | | | | |
4 Infects COMMAND.COM----------------4-------+ | | | | | |
3 Virus Installs Self in Memory------3-----+ | | | | | | |
2 Virus Uses Self-Encryption---------2---+ | | | | | | | |
1 Virus Uses STEALTH Techniques------1-+ | | | | | | | | |
                                       | | | | | | | | | | Increase in
                                       | | | | | | | | | |  Infected
                                       | | | | | | | | | |  Program's
                                       | | | | | | | | | |    Size
                                       1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A      |
                                       | | | | | | | | | |      |
Virus                   Disinfector    V V V V V V V V V V      V   Damage
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
007 [007]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    1773  O P D
   1 [N1]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .   11240  O
1008 [1008]                Clean-Up    . x x x x . . . . .    1008  O P D L
1014 [1014]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1014  O P L
1024 (2) [Alf]             Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1024  O P
1024PSRC [PS10]            Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1024  O
1030 [1030]                Clean-Up    . . x . . x x . . .    1030  O P L
1067 [1067]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1067  O P L
1210 [1210]                Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .    1210  O P L
1241 [1241]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1241  L O P
1244 [1244]                Clean-Up    . . x . x x x . . .    1244  L O P
1253 - Boot [1253]         M-Disk      . . x . . . . x x x     N/A  B O P D L
1253 - COM [1253]          Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1253  O P D L
1260 (4) [V2P2]            Clean-Up    . x . . x . . . . .    1260  P
1280 [1280]                Clean-Up    . x . . x . . . . .    1168  P F
1339 [1339]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1339  O P L
1376 [1376]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1376  O P L
1381 [1381]                Clean-Up    . . . . . x x . . .    1381  O P
1385 [1385]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1385  O P L
1392 [1392]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    1392  O P L
1452 [1452]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1452  O P
1530 [1530]                Clean-Up    . . . . x x . . . .    1530  P O
1559/1554 (2) [1559]       Clean-Up    . x x x x x . . . .    1554  O P L
1575/1591 (5) [15xx]       Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .   Varies O P L
1605 (2) [Jeru]            Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    1605  L O P D
1661 [1661]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1661  O P L
1677 [1677]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1677  O P L
1720 (4) [1720]            Clean-Up    . . x . x x x . . .    1720  F O P L
1835 [1835]                Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . .    1835  O F P
1840 [Alf]                 Clean-Up    . . x . . x x . . .    1840  O P L D
191 [Tiny]                 Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     191  L O P
1963 [1963]                Clean-Up    x . x x x x x . . .    1963  O P L D
1971/8 Tunes (2) [1971]    Clean-Up    . . x . x x x . . .    1971  O P
1992 [1992]                Clean-Up    . x x x x x . . . .    1746  L F P
1992B [1992B]              Clean-Up    . x . . . x . . . . Overwrites
203 [203]                  Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     203  P D
205 [205]                  Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     205  P L
2153 [2153]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    2168  P D L
2330 [2330]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    2330  O P L
2559 [2559]                Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . .    2559  L O P
2560 [2560]                Clean-Up    x . x . x x . . . .    2560  O P
262 [262]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     262  O P L
2622 [2622]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x x x x x    2622  O P L D
2930 [Spain]               Clean-Up    . . x . x x . . . .    2930  P
302 [302]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     302  O P
3040 [3040]                Clean-Up    x . x . x x . . . .    3183  D P O
310 [GS]                   Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     310  O P L
337 [337]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     337  O L
344 [344]                  Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     344  P L
3445 [4096]                Clean-Up    x x x . x x . . . .    3445  O P D L
355 [355]                  Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     355  D P L
365 [365]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     365  O P L
370-B [370]                Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     370  P
382 (2) [Pir]              Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . . Overwrites L O P
384 [OW]                   Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . .     384  D P L
405 [Burger]               Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . . Overwrites P F
408 [408]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     408  L O P
4096 (9) [4096]            Clean-Up    x . x x x x x . . .    4096  D O P L
439 [439]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     439  O P
482 [482]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     482  O P
487 [487]                  Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     487  P
4915 [OW]                  Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . . Overwrites
500 [500]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     500  L O P
510 [VHP]                  Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     510  O L
512 (5) [512]              Clean-Up    x . x x x . . . . .     N/A  O P L
5120 (3) [5120]            Clean-Up    . . . x x x x . . .    5120  O P D L
555 [BWish]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .     555  O P L
557 [557]                  Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .     557  D P L
560 [560]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     560  O P L
621 [621]                  Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     621  O P D
644 [644]                  Clean-Up    . x . . x x . . . .     644  L D
651 [Alf]                  Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .     651  O P D
654 [640]                  Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     654  P
702 [702]                  Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . .     702  P F
709 [CSL]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     709  O P
733 [733]                  Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     733  O P D L
737 [GN]                   Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .     737  O P L
748 [748]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     748  O D L
765 [765]                  Clean-Up    . . x . . x x . . .     765  O P L
777 [777]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     777  O P
7808 [7808]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    7808  O P L D
789 [Zar]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     789  O L
7th Son (4) [7S]           Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     350  O P
7thson 332b [100]          Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     332  O P
7thson 284 [100]           Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     284  O P
7thson 284a [100]          Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     284  O P
8000 [OW]                  Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . .    7529  O P L
812 (2) [812]              Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .     812  O D
834/Arab Virus [Ar]        Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .     834  O P
855 [GN]                   Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .     855  O P L
903 [903]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     903  O P
905 [905]                  Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . .     905  P
923 [923]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .     923  O P L D
99% [100]                  Clean-Up    . x x . . x . . . .     835 L D
A-403 [A-403]              Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . . Overwrites L
ABC [ABC]                  Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .    2972  L P O D
AGI-Plan [AGI]             Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .    1536  O P L
AIDS [N1]                  Clean-Up    . . . . x x . . . . Overwrites P O L
AIDS II [A2]               Clean-Up    . . . . x x . . . . Spawning O
AIDS Trojan (13) [Aids]    Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . . Overwrites P
ANT [Ant]                  Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     770  O P L
ASP-472 [472]              Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .     472  L O P
AT144 [144]                Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     144  O P
Abraxas [Abrx]             Clean-Up    . x . x x x . . . .     546  O P D
Acid [Acd]                 Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . . Overwrites
Acme [100]                 Clean-Up    . x . . . x . . . . Spawning O P
Ada [Ada]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    2600  O P L
Agena [Agn]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .     738  P D L
Ah [Alf]                   Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1173  B L O P
AirCop (3) [AirCop]        Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x . .     N/A  B O
Akuku (2) [Akuku]          Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . .     891  L O P
Alabama (3) [Alabama]      Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .    1560  O P L
Albanian [Alb]             Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     606  D P L
Alfa (2) [Alf]             Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1150  L O P
Amstrad (7) [Amst]         Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     847  P
Andre [And]                Clean-Up    . x x . x x . . . .    3648  P D
Andre2 [And]               Clean-Up    x x x . x x . . . .    3568  P D L
Anna [Anna]                Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     742  P L O
Anthrax - Boot (2) [Atx]   M-Disk      . . x . . . . . . x     N/A  B O P D
Anthrax - File (4) [Atx]   Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    1206  O P D
Anti-D [GR]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     945  O P L
Anti-Pascal (3) [AP]       Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     605  L L O P
Anti-Pascal II (4) [G3]    Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     400  B
Anti-Tel [A-Vir]           Clean-Up    x x x . . . . x . x     N/A  B F L O
Arcv-1 [ARC]               Clean-Up    . . . . x x . . . .     826  D L
Arcv-1A [100]              Clean-Up    . . . . x x . . . .     826  D L
Arcv-2 [ARC]               Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . .     692  L P O
Arcv-3 [ARC]               Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     657  L P O
Arcv-3A [100]              Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     657  P D O
Arcv-5 [100]               Clean-Up    . x . x x . . . . .     475  P D O
Arcv-6 [100]               Clean-Up    . x . x x . . . . .     335  L P O
Arcv-7 [100]               Clean-Up    . x . . . x . . . .     541  L P O
Arcv-8 [100]               Clean-Up    . x . . . x . . . .     679  L D P
Arcv-9 [100]               Clean-Up    . x . . . x . . . .     745  L P O
Argentina [GR]             Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1249  O P D
Arka [Ark]                 Clean-Up    . x x x x . . . . .    1909  O D
Arma [Arma]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1079  O P
Armagedon (3) [Arma]       Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1079  O P
Arriba [100]               Clean-Up    . x x . x x . . . .    1590  D P
Ash [Ash]                  Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     280  P L D
Astra [AST]                Clean-Up    . x . x x . . . . .     976  L D P
Atas [Ata]                 Clean-Up    . x . x x . . . . .     384  L O D
August 16 [A16]            Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     631  O P
Australian [GD]            Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1433  O P L D
Azusa (2) [Azusa]          Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x . x     N/A  D O B L
B3 [B3]                    Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     483  P L
BFD [100]                  Clean-Up    x . x . . x . x x .     N/A  P L
BackTime [BT]              Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     528  L O P
Bad Boy (4) [BB]           Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1000  O P D
BadGuy (3) [IB]            Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     265  O L
Banana [OW]                Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . . Overwrites
Bandit [Ban]               Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .     988  O D
Barcelona [Barc]           Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .    1792  L O P
BeBe [BeBe]                Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .    1004  O P D
Beast [Bea]                Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     429  O P L
Beeper (2) [Beep]          Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .     482  O P D
Best Wishes [BWish]        Clean-Up    . . . x x x x . . .    1024  O P D
Beta [Bet]                 Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .    1117  L O P
Beware [Bwr]               Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     442  P
Bit Addict [100]           Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     477  P D
Black Monday (3) [BMon]    Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1055  L O P D
Blaze [OW]                 Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . . Overwrites
Bljec (8) [Blj]            Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     369  O P
Blood (2) [Blood]          Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     418  L O P
Blood Lust [Blus]          Clean-Up    . x . x x . . . . . Overwrites
Blood Rage                 Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     450  D P
Blood-2 [Blood]            Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     427  O D
Bloody! [Bloody]           Clean-Up    . x x . . . . x . x     N/A  B
Bob [Bob]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     718  O P L
Bow [5856]                 Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    5856  O D
Boys (3) [Boys]            Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     500  O D
Brainy [Bry]               Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     768  O
Brotherhood [100]          Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     666  L D
Brothers [Bro]             Clean-Up    x . x . x x x . . .    2045  L O P
Bryansk [100]              Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     673
Budo[OW]                   Clean-Up    . . . . x x . . . . Overwrites
Burger (28) [Burger]       Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . . Overwrites P
Burghofer [Bgh]            Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     525  L O P
Busted [Bst]               Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . . Overwrites O P L
C [CV]                     Clean-Up    . . . . x x . . . .     N/A  P
CADKill [GN]               Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1163  O P D
CB-1530 [1530]             Clean-Up    . . . x x x x . . .    1530  L O P
CD [CD]                    Clean-Up    . x x . x x x . . .    2161  O L D P
CD-10 [D2]                 Clean-Up    x x x . . . . . . .     N/A  L F O
CRF [CRF]                  Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     270  O P
CSL (2) [CSL]              Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     457  L O P
CV4 [CV4]                  Clean-Up    . . x x . . . . . .     321  P L
Cancer [Pix]               Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .    1480  O P D
Cannabis (2) [CB]          Clean-Up    . ? x . . . x . . .     N/A  B L O
Cansu [Can]                Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x . x     N/A  O
Capital [Cpt]              Clean-Up    . x . x x . . . . .     927  L F O
Cara [Cara]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1024  F L O P
Carioca (6) [Carioca]      Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .     951  O P
Casc1621 [Cas]             Clean-Up    . x x x x . . . . .    1704  P D L
Cascade/170x (14) [170x]   Clean-Up    . x x . x . . . . .    1701  O P
Casino [Casino]            Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    2332  O P L
Casper (2) [Casper]        Clean-Up    . x . x x . . . . .    1200  L O P D
Casteggio [100]            Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    2900  L D P
Catman [Ctm]               Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x . x     N/A  O
Caz [Zar]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1204  L O P
Cerburus [Cerb]            Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1353  L P D
Chad [Chad]                Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     751  D L
Chang [Cha]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    1773  P D L
Chaos [GenB]               M-Disk      . . x . . . . x x .     N/A  B O D F
Chaser [Chs]               Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . .     994  D P
Chcc [100]                 Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    2678  L P
Cheeba [Che]               Clean-Up    . x x x x x . . . .    1698  D L
Cheeba (2) [CHB]           Clean-Up    . x x x x x x . . .    1683  L O P
Chemist [G1]               Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     650  O P L
Chrisj13                   Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     709  O D P
Christmas Tree [XA1]       Clean-Up    . x . . x . . . . .    1539  F O P L
Christmas Violator[Vienna] Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .    5302  O P D
Cinderella [GS]            Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     390  O P L
Civil War II [100]         Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     599  D L
Civil War [100]            Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     244  D L
CkSum [Cks]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1233  P O
Clonewar [Clw]             Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . .   Spawning
Coahuila [Coa]             Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     454  P L
Code Zero                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     652  P L O
Coffee Shop [Cf]           Clean-Up    . x x . x x . . . .    1568  P L O D
Color [GM]                 Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     802  O P D
Com16850 [C16]             Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . .   Spawning
Cop-Mpl [COP]              Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . .    1113  L O P
Copyr-ug [1193]            Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1208  L P D
Copyright [1193]           Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1193  L
Cossiga [1241]             Clean-Up    . . x . . x x . . .     899  O P L
Cracker Jack [CRJ]         Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .   Varies L O P
Cracky [Crk]               Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     648  L P D
Crash [Zar]                Clean-Up    . . . . . . . . . .  See Note
Crazy Eddie [Crazy]        Clean-Up    . . x ? x x . . . x   Varies F L O P
Crazy Imp [Imp]            Clean-Up    x . x x x . . . . .    1445  O P L
CrazyI B [100]             Clean-Up    x . x x x . . . . .    1445  O P L
Creeper [Crp]              Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     475  O P L
Crew-2480 [GM]             Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .    2480  L O P
Criminal [Crm]             Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    2615  P
Crumble [Crm]              Clean-Up    . x . x x x . . . .     778  P L D
Crusher [Crsh]             Clean-Up    x x x . . x . . . x    2048  L O P
Curse Boot [Curse]         M-Disk      . . x . . . . x x .     321  B O
Cyber [Cybr]               Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . .    1092  P L
Cyber-946 [100]            Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . .     946  P L
D-Tiny (4) [DT]            Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .     124  L
DBASE [Dbase]              Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .    1864  D O P
DM (3) [GS]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     400  L O P
DM-330 [DM300]             Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     400  L O P
DM-B [Dmb]                 Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     400  P
DTR [DTR]                  Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . .    2219  P D
Dada [Dd]                  Clean-Up    . . x . . x x . . .    1363  O P D
Damage [Alf]               Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1063  O D P
Dark Avenger (11) [Dav]    Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1800  O P L
Darth Vader (6) [512]      Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .   Varies O L P
DataLock [Data]            Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .     920  O P
Datacrime II-B [Crime-2B]  Clean-Up    . x . x x x . . . .    1917  P
Datacrime-2 [Crime-2]      Clean-Up    . x . . x x . . . .    1514  P F
Datacrime/1168 (3) [Crime] Clean-Up    . x . . x . . . . .    1280  P F
Davis [Davis]              Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .    1965  O P
Day10 [D10]                Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     674  F L O P
Death [Dth]                Clean-Up    . . . . x x . . . .     671  P D L
Deceide2 [100]             Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     666
Dedicated [DAME]           SCAN /D     x x x x x . . . . .   Varies O P L
Define [Def]               Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . . Overwrites L O P
Deicide [Dei]              Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . . Overwrites F L O P
Demolition [Dmo]           Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1585  L O P
Demon (5) [Dem]            Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . . Overwrites F L O P
Den Zuk (5) [GenB]         Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x . .     N/A  O B
Dest1-2 [Dst1]             Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     478  O P L
Dest3 [Dst3]               Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     478  D L P
Destructor [Destr]         Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1150  O P
Devil's Dance (2) [Dance]  Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .     941  D O P L
Dima [Dima]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    1024  D P
Diogenes [Dio]             Clean-Up    . . x x . . . . . .     846  P O
Dir Virus [Dir]            Clean-Up    x . x x x . . . . .     691  O P D
Dir-2 910 [910]            Clean-Up    x . x x x . . . . .     910  O P D
Dir-2/CD 1x (3) [D2]       Clean-Up    x x x x x x x . . .    1024  O L D P
Disk Killer (4) [Killer]   Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x x .     N/A  B O P D F
Dismember [Dsbr]           Clean-Up    . x . x x . . . . .     288  L O P
Do Nothing [Nothing]       Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .     608  P D L
Dodo [Dod]                 Clean-Up    . . x x . . . . . .     408  O
Doodle (14) [Doodle]       Clean-Up    . . x . x x . . . .    2885  O P
Doom II [Dm2]              Clean-Up    . . x . x x . . . .    2504  O P D L
Dot Killer [Dot]           Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     944  O P
Dot-789 [789]              Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     801  O P D
Dot-801 [I-F]              Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     803  P L
Druid [OW]                 Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .  Overwrites
Dust [OW]                  Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .      45  P D L
Dutch Tiny                 Clean-Up    . x x x x x . . . .     124  P L
Dutch [Dt]                 Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .     555  D O P
EDV (2) [EDV]              Clean-Up    x . x . . . . x x x     N/A  B O
EMF 625 [100]              Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     625  O P L
EMF [EMF]                  Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     404  O P L
ETC [ETC]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     572  O D L P
Eclypse [100]              Clean-Up    . x x x x x . . . .     641  P D L
Ed [Ed]                    Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .     794  P D O
Edcl [Edc]                 Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    1615  P D L
Einstein [Ein]             Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .     878  L O P
Ekoterror [100]            Clean-Up    x x . x x . . . x x    2000  L B D
Eliza [El]                 Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .    1193  L O P
Empire (3) [Emp]           Clean-Up    . x x . . . . x x .     N/A  O P
End-of [Eof]               Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     783  O P L
Enemy [Enm]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1285  O P D
Enigma [Eng]               Clean-Up    . x x . . x x . . .    1755  O P
Enola [Eno]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    1878  P D L
Error [Er]                 Clean-Up    . . . . . x x . . .     628  O P
Europe-92 [E92]            Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     728  O L D
Evil Genius [Egn]          Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .     963  O P D
Explode [OW]               Clean-Up    . . x x . . . . . .     229  O P D F
Exterminator [M45]         Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .     451  O D L
F-Word [FW]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     417  O
FamC [GC]                  Clean-Up
FamD [GD]                  Clean-Up
FamE [GE]                  Clean-Up
FamH [GH]                  Clean-Up
FamJ [GJ]                  Clean-Up
FamM [GM]                  Clean-Up
FamN [GN]                  Clean-Up
FamQ [GQ]                  Clean-Up
FamR [GR]                  Clean-Up
FamS [GS]                  Clean-Up
FamV1 [G1]                 Clean-Up
FamV2 [G2]                 Clean-Up
FamV3 [G3]                 Clean-Up
FamV4 [G4]                 Clean-Up
Farcus [Farc]              Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x x x     N/A  B O P L
Father Christmas [VHP]     Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .    1881  O P
Fear [100]                 Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .    3000  P D
Fear [DAME]                SCAN /D     . x x x x . . . . .   Varies O P L
Feist [Fst]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .     670  O P L
Fellowship (4) [Fellow]    Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .    1022  O P D L
Fgt [GN]                   Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     651  P
Fich [Fch]                 Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     896  O P L
Fil [Fil]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1658  P D
Filedate [FDt]             Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . .     553  O L P
Filler [Filler]            Clean-Up    x . x . . . . x . x     N/A  B F L O
Fingers [Sub]              Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1322  O P D
Finn-357 [100]             Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     357  O P D
Fish (2) [Fish]            Clean-Up    x x x x x x x . . .    3584  O P L
Fish Boot [GenB]           Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x . x     N/A  O
Flash [Flash]              Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .     688  O P D L
Flip (5) [Flip]            Clean-Up    . x x x x x x . . .    2343  O P D L
Flu-2 [Fl2]                Clean-Up    . x x x x x . . . .    2112  P
Forger2 [For]              Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .    1000  P D
Form (4) [Form]            Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x x .     N/A  B O D
Francois [Fra]             Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x . x     N/A  O
Free [Free]                Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     692  P
Frere Jacques [Mule]       Clean-Up    . . x . x x x . . .    1811  O P
Fri13-nz [Fnz]             Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     512  D P O
Friday 13th COM [Fri13]    Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     512  P
Frodo Soft [FSof]          Clean-Up    . x . x x . . . . .     563  O D P
Frodo-458 [F458]           Clean-Up    . x . x x . . . . .     563  O D P
Frogs [Frg]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1500  O P
Fu Manchu (4) [Fu]         Clean-Up    . . x . x x x . . .    2086  O P
Fune [Fune]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .     921  L P D
Futhark [Futh]             Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     640  D P
Geek [GK]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .     466  O P
Generic Boot [GenB]        Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x x .     N/A  B L O
Generic File [GenF]        Clean-Up    . . x ? x ? ? . . .    Varies  P
Generic MBR [GenP]         Clean-Up    ? . x . . . . . . x  See Note  F L O
Gergana (9) [Gerg]         Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     184  P O
Get Password 1 [Jeru]      Clean-Up    . . x . x x x . . .    1914  O P L
Ghost Boot [Ghost]         Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x x .     N/A  B O
Ghost COM [Ghost]          Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .    2351  B P
Ghost Dos-62 [Gho]         Clean-Up    . . . . x . . x x .    2351  B P
Gliss [Gls]                Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .    1247  P
Goblin [CRJ]               Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1951  O P L
Gomb [Gomb]                Clean-Up    . x x x x . . . . .    4091  P
Gosia [Gs]                 Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     466  L O P
Got-you [GY]               Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . .    3052  L P
Gotcha (4) [G4]            Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .     806  O
Gotcha [Gto]               Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .     879  O
Grapje [Gr]                Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .    1039  L O P
Greemlin [Alf]             Clean-Up    x . x x x x x . . .    1146  O P L D
Green [Gre]                Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     743  L D
Green Catapillar [Gcat]    Clan-Up     . . x x x x . . . .    1575  L D O
Growing Block [GD]         Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1446  O P L D
Grunt [Grnt]               Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     344  P O
Guppy [Guppy]              Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     152  O P
H-2 [H-2]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1962  O
HA [HA]                    Clean-Up    . x x x x x . . . .    1472  O L D
HBT [HBT]                  Clean-Up    . . x . x x . . . .     396  O P D
HS [G4]                    Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    4103  O P L
Hacktic [Hck2]             Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . . Overwrite
Hafen [Hafn]               Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . .     809  P
Haifa [Hf]                 Clean-Up    x x x x x x x . . .    2351  L O P
Halloechen [Hal]           Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    2011  L O P
Halloween [HW]             Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . .   10000  L O P
Happy N. Y. [HNY]          Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1865  O P
Happy [Hpp]                Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     453  O P
Hara [kiri]                Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . .    5488  O D P
Hary [Hary]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .     997  O L P
Hastings [Hst]             Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     N/A  O L
Hellween 1182 [1182]       Clean-Up    . x x . x x . . . .    1376  P
Here [Hre]                 Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     N/A  O
Hero (2) [G3]              Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .     506  O L P
Hero-394 [HrB]             Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .     394  L O P
Hi [Hi]                    Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . .     460  D P
Highland[High]             Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .     477  D O
Hitchcock [Hitc]           Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .    1121  O P
Holland Girl (6) [Sylvia]  Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .    1332  P
Holo/Holocaust (3) [Hl]    Clean-Up    x . x x x . . . . .    3784  O P L D
Horror [Hrr]               Clean-Up    . x x x x x . . . .    2319  P L
Horse (7) [Hrs]            Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1154  O P
Horse Boot [DRP]           Clean-Up    . . x x x . . x x .     N/A  B
Huge [Huge]                Clean-Up    . . x x . . . . . .    3072  P L O
Hungarian [Hng]            Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .     695  O L
Hybrid [Hyb]               Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .    1306  O P L
Hydra (12) [G3]            Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .   Varies L O P
Hymn (3) [Hymn]            Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .     642  O P D
I-B (5) [IB]               Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .   Varies F
IB Demonic [OW]            Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     451  P D L
IKV528 [G2]                Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     528  O P
IOU [IOU]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    2088  O L P
IT [IT]                    Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     454  O
Ice 9 [I9]                 Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .     639  P O D
Icelandic (3) [Ice-3]      Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .     642  O P
Icelandic II [Ice-3]       Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .     661  O
Icelandic-3 [Ice-3]        Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .     853  O P
Idle [Idle]                Clean-Up    . . x . x x . . . .    2332  P O
Ieronim [Ier]              Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .     570  P D O
Ill [Ill]                  Clean-Up    . x . x x . . . . .    1016  P
Incom [Inc]                Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     648  O P
Infinity [Inf]             Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     732  O P
Inrud-B [Intr]             Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . .    1333  P D
Invader (8) [Invader]      Clean-Up    . x x . x x x x x .    4096  B L O P D
Invol Virus [Inl]          Clean-Up    . . . . . x x . . .    1413  O P L D
Iraqi Warrior [Lisbon]     Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     777  O P L D
Israeli Boot [Iboot]       Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x . .     N/A  B O
ItaVir (3) [Ita]           Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . .    3880  O P L B
Italian Pest (3) [Murphy]  Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .    1910  L O P
JD [JD]                    Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     158  P
JW2 (2) [Jab]              Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    1812  L O P
Japan [C-J]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .     600  O P
Jeff (3) [Jeff]            Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     828  O P D F
Jerk (2) [Jrk]             Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . .    1077  L O P
Jeru-1663 [J1663]          Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1663  O P D
Jerusalem (48) [Jeru]      Clean-Up    . . x . x x x . . .    1808  O P
JoJo (3) [JoJo]            Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .    1701  O P
Joanna [Joa]               Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     986  P D L
Joke [JK]                  Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     N/A  P
Joker (3) [Joke]           Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     N/A  O P
Jos [100]                  Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .    1000  P D
Joshi (4) [Joshi]          Clean-Up    x . x . . . . x x x     N/A  B O D
Joshua [Jsh]               Clean-Up    . . . . x x . . . .     965  O P L
July 13th [J13]            Clean-Up    . x . . . x . . . .    1201  O P D L
July 26 [J26]              Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     205  O P
Jump4Joy [J4J]             Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    2225  O D
June 16th [June16]         Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .    1726  F O P L
Justice [Jus]              Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1242  O P
K [K]                      Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    4928  O P L
KBug [Kbu]                 Clean-Up    . . x . x x . . . .    1598  P O
KODE4 [K4]                 Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     399  O P L
KODE4v1 [100]              Clean-Up    . . . . x x . . . . Overwrites P D
KU-448 [KU]                Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     448  L
Kalah [GR]                 Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     390  O P L D
Kamikaze [Kami]            Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . . Overwrites P
Karin [GN]                 Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .    1090  L O P
Kemerov (3) [Kem]          Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     257  L O P
Kemerov (5) [Keme]         Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .   Varies O L P D
Kennedy (4) [Tiny]         Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .     308  O P
Kersplat [Ker]             Clean-Up    . x x x x x . . . .     670  O P L
Keypress [Key]             Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    1232  O L P
Keypress (4) [Key]         Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    1232  O P D
Kiev [Kiev]                Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     483  L O P
Kiev-1 [K1]                Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . .     483  P O L
Kilroy [Klr]               Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x . x     N/A  O
Klaeren [GH]               Clean-Up    . x x x x x x . . .     981  O P L D
Korea (4) [Korea]          Clean-Up    . . . . . . . x x .     N/A  B O
Krivmous [Krv]             Clean-Up    . x . . x x . . . .     993  P O
Kukaturbo [Kakt]           Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . . Overwrites P
Kuzmitch [Kzm]             Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     1064 P O
L1 [L1]                    Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     144  O D
LCV [LCV]                  Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     N/A  P
LZ [LZ]                    Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .  Spawning  O
LZ 2 [LZ2]                 Clean-Up    . x . . . x . . . .    8847  L P
Label [Label]              Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . . Overwrites P
Lamer [Lam]                Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .    1040  P D
Lanc [Lan]                 Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .    5476  O D
Lanc5476 [Lan]             Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .    5476  O D
Lanc5882 [Lan]             Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .    5476  O D
Larry [Lar]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .     507  P D L
Lazy [Lazy]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     720  O P
Leapfrog Virus (3) [Leap]  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     516  O P D
Leech [Leech]              Clean-Up    x x x x x . . . . .     934  O P L D
Lehigh (2) [Lehigh]        Clean-Up    . . x x . . . . . .     N/A  P F
Leper AOD [OW]             Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . . Overwrites
Leprosy (7) [Vip]          Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . . Overwrites P O L
Leprosy-3 (4) [Lep3]       Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . . Overwrites L O P
Leprosy-B [Vip]            Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . . Overwrites P O L
Les [Les]                  Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     205  P D L
Lib1172 (2) [1186]         Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1172  L O P
Liberty (13) [Liberty]     Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    2862  O P
Lisbon (2) [VHP]           Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     648  P
Little Brother 299 [100]   Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . . Spawning  P D
Little Brother [LB]        Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .     307 P D L
Little Brother 349 [LB]    Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .     349 P D L
Little Brother 361 [LB]    Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .     361 P D L
Little Girl [LG]           Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    1008 P D L O
Little Pieces [LPC]        Clean-Up    . . x . x x . . . .    1374  O P
LixoNuke [Lix]             Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .    1024  D P
Loa Duong [Loa]            Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x x x     N/A  B O P L
Love Child (3) [LC]        Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     488  O D
Lozinsky (4) [Loz]         Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .    1023  O P D
Lucifer [Alf]              Clean-Up    x . x x x x x . . .    1086  O P D L
Lycee [Lyc]                Clean-Up    x . x x x x x . . .    1788  P O D
M-128 [M128]               Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     128  L
MG (4) [MG]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     500  L O P
MGTU Virus (4) [MGTU]      Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     273  O P D
MIX1 (4) [Ice]             Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .    1618  O P
MPC [MPC]                  Clean-Up    . . x . . x x . . .     689  O P L
MPS 1.1 [M11]              Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     469  L O P
MPS 3.1 (3) [MPS]          Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     640  L O P
MSTU [GN]                  Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . .     531  L O P
Macedonia [1385]           Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .     400  L O P
Madismo [Mds]              Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . . Overwrites
Magnum [Mgm]               Clean-Up    . . x . x x . . . .    2560  P L D
Malage [Mlg]               Clean-Up    . . x x x x x x x x    2626  O P L
Malaise [Mls]              Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    1371  L D P
Malmsey2 [Malm]            Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . .    1717  L D P
Malsmsey[OW]               Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . . Overwrites
Maltese Amoeba [Irs]       Clean-Up    . x x x x x x . . .    2505  O P L
Mannequin [Mn]             Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .     778  O P L D
Manola [Mno]               Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     957  L P
Manta [Mant]               Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .    1077  L O P
Marauder [Mar]             Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     860  O P L
Mardi Bros. (3) [Mardi]    Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x x .     N/A  B O
Mayak [Mayk]               Clean-Up    x x x x x x . . . .    2339  D P O
McWhale [MCAF]             Clean-Up    . . . . x x . . . .    1125  D P L
Medical [Med]              Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     189  D P O
Meditation [100]           Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     299  P D L
Mexican Mud [Mex]          Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     575  P L
Mface [Mfc]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1441  O P L
Michaelangelo [Mich]       Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x x x     N/A  B O
Microbes [Micro]           M-Disk      . . x . . . . x x .     N/A  B O D
Miky [Miky]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    2350  O P L
Mindless [OW]              Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . . Overwrites
Mini Virus (4) [M45]       Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .   Varies O P
Minsk-GH [Mgh]             Clean-Up    x . x x x x x . . .    1478  P D L
Mir (2) [DAV]              Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1745  O P L
Mirror (2) [Mirror]        Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .     928  O P
Mix2 [MX2]                 Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    2280  O P
Moctezuma [MC]             Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    2208  L O P
Mono [G1]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1063  L O P
Monxla (3) [VHP]           Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     939  O P
Monxla-B [MX-B]            Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     535  O P L
Mosquito [Mosq]            Clean-Up    . x x . . x x . . .    1028  O D P
Mozkin [Hf]                Clean-Up    . x x x x x x . . .    2357  L O P
Mr. Vir [MV]               Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     508  L P D
Msk [100]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .     252  L P D
Mugshot [Msht]             Clean-Up    . . . . . . . x . .     700  L P D
Mule [Mule]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    4126  L P O
Mule (2) [Mule]            Clean-Up    . x x x x . . . . .    4171  O P D
Multi [M-123]              Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     123  L O P
Multi-2 [Ml2]              Clean-Up    . x x x x x x . . .     927  L O P
Mummy [Mum]                Clean-Up    . x x . . x x . . .    1374  L
Munich [Mnc]               Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .   Varies O P
Murphy (6) [Murphy]        Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1277  O P
Music Bug (11) [MBug]      Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x . x     N/A  B O
Mutant (8) [Mut]           Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     123  L O P
Mutation Engine [DAME]     SCAN /D     x x x x x . . . . .   Varies O P
NCU Li [Li]                Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .    1704  O P D
NED [100]                  Clean-Up    x x x x x x . . . .    2048  P D
NOP [NOP]                  M-Disk      . . x . . . . x . x     N/A  O B L
NPox 2.0 [NPX]             Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    2048  D P L
NPox 2.1 [NPX]             Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    1774  D P L O
Nazi [Ram]                 Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     N/A  O P
Necro (NFear) [100]        Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .    1832  O P D
Necrophilia [Nec]          Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .   Varies O P L D
New Sunday [NSun]          Clean-Up    . . x . x x x . . .    1636  O P L D
New-1701 [1701]            Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1701  L P L
Newcom [Alf]               Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    3045  O
Nina [Nina]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     256  O P D
Nines Compliment [Nns]     Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     705  O P L
Ninja [Nja]                Clean-Up    . x x . x x . . . .    1634  O P D
No Wednesday [NWed]        Clean-Up    . x . . x . . . . .     520  O L P
No-Int [Stoned]            Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x . x     N/A  O
Nobock [Nbk]               Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     440  L O P
Nomenclature (4) [Nom]     Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1024  O P D
Null [NL]                  Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     733  P
Nygus-KL [Nkl]             Clean-Up    . . x . x x . . . .     757  P D
Off Stealth [SVC50]        Clean-Up    x . x x x x x . . .    1689  O P D
Ohio [Ohio]                Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x . .     N/A  B O
Omt [417]                  Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     413  P D L
Ontario [Ont]              Clean-Up    . x x x x x . . . .   Varies O P D
Ontario 3 [Ont]            Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .     744  O P L
Oropax (5) [Oro]           Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .    2773  P O
Otto-415 [100]             Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     640  L D
P-45 [P45]                 SCAN /D     . . . . x . . . . .     N/A  P
P1 (7) [P1r]               Clean-Up    . x x . x . . . . .   Varies O P D L
P529 [529]                 Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     529  O P D
PA-5792 [PA]               Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . .    5792  O P L
PC Flu [802]               Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     802  L O P
PCBB11 [PCB]               Clean-Up    . . x x . . . . . .    1677  P
PCBB3072 [PCB]             Clean-Up    . . x x . . . . . .    1677  P
PCBB5B [PCB]               Clean-Up    . . x x . . . . . .    1677  P
PCV [PCV]                  Clean-Up    x . x . x x . . . .    1904  L O P
PI [PI]                    Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .    1568  D P
PS-MPC [PS-MPC]            Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .   Varies O P D L
Padded [Pad]               Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .    2589  O P L
Page [100]                 Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . .     570  P L
Pakistani Brain (8)[Brain] Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x . .     N/A  B
Parasite [Par]             Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .    1132  P O
Parasite-2B [Ps2]          Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     903  P O F
Paris [Paris]              Clean-Up    . . . x x x x . . .    4909  O P D L
Parity [G2]                Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     441  O P D
Particle Man [PMN]         Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     690  P L O
Pas-4260[OW]               Clean-Up    . . . . x x . . . .  Overwrites
Pas-5220 [P5220]           Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    5220  P L D
PathHunt [Ph]              Clean-Up    . . . . x x . . . .    1231  D L O P
Patient [Pt]               Clean-Up    . . x . x x x . . .    1504  L O P
Payday [Jeru]              Clean-Up    . . x . x x x . . .    1808  P
Peach [Pch]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .     889  P
Pentagon [Pentagon]        M-Disk      . . . . . . . x . .     N/A  B
Penza [Pnz]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .     700  D P
Perfume (2) [Fume]         Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     765  P
Pest (8) [Murphy]          Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1910  O P L
Phantom [Pht]              Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    2253  O P
Piazzola [Pia]             Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .     874  O P
Pig [Pig]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     407  O P L
Ping Pong-B (7) [Ping]     Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x x .     N/A  O B
Pirate [Pir]               Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . . Overwrites L O P
Pitch [Ptch]               Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     593  O D L
Pixel (5) [Pix]            Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     779  O P
Plague (3) [Plg]           Clean-Up    . . . . x x . . . . Overwrites
Plastique (9) [Plq]        Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    3012  O P D
Platinum [GE]              Clean-Up    . x . . . x x . . .    1489  O P L D
Plov [Plov]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1000  L O P
Plumbum [100]              Clean-Up    . . . . x x . . . .     534  P O
Plutto [Plu]               Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     602  L O D
Poem [Pm]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1825  F L O P
Pogue [Pog]                SCAN /D     . x x . x . . . . .   Varies L O P
Pojer [Poj]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    1919  P D L
Polimer [Polimer]          Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     512  O P D
Polish Tiny [Plt]          Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     150  P D
Polish 217 [P-217]         Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     217  O
Polish-2 [Pol-2]           Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     512  O P D
Polish-583 [P583]          Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     583  P P D
Possessed (6) [Poss]       Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    2443  L O P
Pregnant [Prg]             Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1199  L O P
Prime [Prm]                Clean-Up    . x . x x . . . . .     580  P D
Prime Evil B [PEB]         Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     580  P D
Print Screen (2) [PrtScr]  M-Disk      . . x . . . . x x .     N/A  B O D
Prism [Flip]               Clean-Up    . . x x x x x x . x    2153  B F L O P
Prob-734 [100]             Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .     734
Problem [Prb]              Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .     856  L P D
Proto-T [100]              Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     695  L P
Psycho [Psc]               Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     N/A  O
Puke [100]                 Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .     393  D L
QMU [QML]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . x    1513  F L O P
QP3 [1530]                 Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1028  L O P
Quake-o [Qo]               Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .     532  L D
Queen's [GenB]             Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x . x     N/A  O B
Quiet [Qt]                 Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    2063  O P
R-10 [R10]                 Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     500  O
R-11 [R-11]                Clean-Up    x . x x x . . . . .     700  O
RMIT [RMIT]                Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . . Overwrites L O P
RNA [RNA]                  Clean-Up    . . . x x x x . . .    7296  O P L
RPVS [453]                 Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     453  O P
Radyum[Rad]                Clean-Up    . . x x . . . . . .     448  O P L
Rage [Rag]                 Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     575  L O P
Ram [Ram]                  Clean-Up    . . x . x x x . . .   Varies L O P
Rattle [Rttl]              Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     615  P D
Raubkopi [Raub]            Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . .   Varies L O P
Reaper                     Clean-Up    . . x . x x . . . .    1072  F L D
Rebo-715 [R175]            Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     715  L P
RedX (2) [Redx]            Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     796  O P
Reklama [Rkm]              Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .    2723  P D L
Relzfu [233]               Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     233  O P L
Reset [RST]                Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     440  O P
Rocko [Roc]                Clean-Up    x . x x x x x . . .     666  P D
S-847 [Pix]                Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .     850  O L D
SBC [SBC]                  Clean-Up    x x x . x x x . . .    1024  L O P
SCT [SCT]                  Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     N/A  P
SQR [SQR]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    9977  O P L
SVC 5.0/6.0 (2) [SVC50]    Clean-Up    x x x x x x x . . x    3103  B L O P
SVir (4) [Svir]            Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . .     512  L O P
SX [SX]                    Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     800  L O P
Saddam [Saddam]            Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     919  O P D L
Sadist [Sadt]              Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . .    1436  P O
Sandwich [Sand]            Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .    1172  P D L
Saratoga [Doodle]          Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .     656  P L B
Saturday [Sat14]           Clean-Up    . . x . x x . . . .     669  P L
Saturday 14th (3) [Arma]   Clean-Up    . . x . x x x . . .     685  F O P L
Scott's Valley [2133]      Clean-Up    . x x . x x x . . .    2133  L O P D
Scream 2 [Sc2]             Clean-Up    . x x x x x x . . .    1324  O
Screaming Fist I           Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    1191  O P D
Screaming Fist [Scr]       Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .     711  O P L
Screaming Fist-2 [696]     Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .     696  O P L
Scribble [OW]              Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . . Overwrites
Scroll [Scl]               Clean-Up    x x x x x . . . . .    1306  O L P
Scythe2D [Scy]             Clean-Up    . x x x x . . . . .    1208  D O
Secrets [OW]               Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . . Overwrites
Semtex [Set]               Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1000  L O P
Sentinel (3) [Sent]        Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    4625  L O P D
Sentinel-X [BCV]           Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    4625  L O P D
Serena [100]               Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     792  L P D
Sergeant [Ser]             Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     122  L D
Sh [Sh]                    Clean-Up    . . . x x x x . . . Overwrites L O P
Shadow [100]               Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     713
Shadow (3) [Sha]           Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     723  O P
Shake (2) [Shake]          Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .     476  O P
Shield [Shd]               Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .     127  O
Silence [S1l]              Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     555  P L
Silly Willy [SilW]         Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . .    2313  P D
Silver3b [OW]              Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . .    2071  P D
Simulati [Sim]             Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .    1257  L O P
Sis (2) [Sis]              Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    2380  O P L
Sk [Sk]                    Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .    1147  P L
Sk1 [Sk1]                  Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .    1147  P D
Skism [Jeru]               Clean-Up    . . x . x x x . . .    1815  O P
Skism808 [100]             Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .     808  P L D
Slayer [Slay]              Clean-Up    . . x . x x x . . .    5120  O P L D
Slovak [Slv]               Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .    1771  P D
Slow (5) [Slow]            Clean-Up    . x x . x x x . . .    1721  O P L
Sma-108a [Sma]             Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     108  O D L
Small [100]                Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . .     349  P D L
Small-38 [M45]             Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .      38  O P L
Smallarc [100]             Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     236  D L
Smallexe [100]             Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . .     349  O P L
Smily [G2]                 Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1987  O P L
Socha [SCH]                Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     N/A  P
Solano (4) [Sub]           Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .    2000  O P L
Something [658]            Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     658  L O P
Sorry (3) [Sorry]          Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     731  O P
Sov (3) [Sov]              Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     545  L O P
Soyun [Soy]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    2064  L P D
Spanish [Spain]            Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    2930  O L P
Spanish April Fool [D28]   Clean-Up    . . x . . x x . . .    1400  O
Spanz [Spz]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     663  O D
Spar [Spar]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    1255  O P
Spyer [Spyer]              Clean-Up    . . x . x x . . . .    1181  O P
Spyer (3) [GD]             Clean-Up    . . x . x x x . . .    1181  O P
Squawk [Sqk]               Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .     852  O P L
Squeaker [Sqe]             Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1091  L O P
Squisher [Squ]             Clean-Up    x . x x x . . . . . Overwrites
Staf [Staf]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    2083  O P L
Stahl Platte [Sta]         Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     750  O P
Star Dot [Sdot]            Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . .     604  P D
Star Dot (4) [Sdot]        Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .   Varies O P L
Stardot-801 (3) [I-F]      Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . .     604  D F L O P
Sticky [ML2]               Clean-Up    . x x x x x x . . x    1407  L O D F
Stink [Sti]                Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .    1254  L O P
Stink2 [Sti2]              Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     306  P D
Stone-90 [VHP]             Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     961  O P
Stoned [Stoned]            Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x . x     N/A  O
Striker [STR]              Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     461  D O P F
Stupid [100]               Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     608  D P O
Subliminal (3) [Sub]       Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1496  O P
Suicide [Sui]              Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . .    1992  P D
Sunday (6) [Sunday]        Clean-Up    . . x . x x x . . .    1636  O P
Sunday-2 [Su2]             Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    2877  L O P
Suriv 402 [GR]             Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     897  L O P
Suriv A (2) [SurivA]       Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .     897  O P
Suriv B [Surivb]           Clean-Up    . . x . x x x . . .    1813  P O
Surrender [707]            Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .     513  O P L
Sverdlov (2) [Sv]          Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1962  O P
Swap Boot [Swb]            Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x . .     N/A  B
Swiss 143 [Gtc]            Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     143  O P D
Swiss Phoenix [SPh]        Clean-Up    . x x x x x . . . .     927  O P L
Sylvia [Sylvia]            Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .    1332  L O P
Sys Virus [Sys]            Clean-Up    x x x x x x x . . .     N/A  O P D
Syslock/3551 [Syslock]     Clean-Up    . x . . x x . . . .    3551  P D
TMTM [TMTM]                Clean-Up    . x . x x . . . . .     441  O D
Tabulero 2 [100]           Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .    2048  P D
Tabulero [Tab]             Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .    2062  P D
Taiwan (11) [Taiwan]       Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     708  P
Taiwan3 [T3]               Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    2905  O P D L
Taiwan4 [JeruA]            Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    2576  O P D
Telecom Boot [Tele]        M-Disk      . x x . . . . . x x     N/A  B P
Telecom File [Tele]        Clean-Up    . x x . x . . . . .    3700  B P O D
Telekom [GTk]              Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .    1077  P O L
Tequila [Teq]              Clean-Up    x x x . . x . . . x    2468  O P F L
Terror (3) [Ter]           Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1085  O P F
Tester [TV]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1000  O P
Thursday 12th [T12]        Clean-Up    . . x . x x . . . .    2175  P D
TimeMark [Tim]             Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .    1076  P D
Timid [Tmd]                Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     306  L O P
Timid-LM [TLM]             Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     305  L O P
Timid305 [Timid]           Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     305  L O P
Tiny (31) [Tiny]           Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     163  O P
Tiny 133 [T133]            Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     133  O
Todor [Tdr]                Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . .    1993  O P
Tokyo [Tokyo]              Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .    1258  L O P
Tomato [100]               Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    2171  L P D
Tongue [100]               Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . .     597  L O D
Tony [Tn]                  Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     200  L O P
Topo [Topo]                Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .    1542  L O P
Toys [100]                 Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . .     773  P D L
Traceback (3) [3066]       Clean-Up    . . x . x x . . . .    3066  P
Traveller [GN]             Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    1220  L O P
Triple Shot [3Sht]         Clean-Up    . . . . . . x . . .  Companion
Troi [GS]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     322  O P L
Troi Two [Tr2]             Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .     322  P D
Tuesday (2) [Alf]          Clean-Up    . . x . x x x . . .    1163  O P L P
Tula [Tula]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     419  O P D
Tumen [Tum]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1663  P L D
Tumen V0.5 [Tum5]          Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1663  O P L D
Tumen V2.0 [Tum2]          Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1092  O P L D
Turbo (2) [Pol-2]          Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     448  L O P
Turkey [Trk]               Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .    1661  P L D
Twin Peaks[OW]             Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .  Overwrites
Twin-351 [Twin]            Clean-Up    x . x . x x . . . .     351  L O P
Typo Boot (2) [TBoot]      Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x x .     N/A  O B
Typo/Fumble/712 (2) [712]  Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .     867  O P
USSR (11) [USSR]           Clean-Up    . x . . . x . . . .     575  O
USSR 1049 [Alf]            Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    1049  O P L
USSR 2144 (8) [U2144]      Clean-Up    . x x x x x x . . .    2144  L O P D
USSR 256 (5) [U256]        Clean-Up    . x . x x . . . . .     256  P D
USSR 257 [U257]            Clean-Up    . x . x x . . . . .     257  P D
USSR 3103 [SVC]            Clean-Up    x x x x x x x . . x    3103  B L O P
USSR 311 [U311]            Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     321  O P
USSR 394 [U394]            Clean-Up    . x . x x . . . . .     394  P D
USSR 492 [U492]            Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     492  O P
USSR 516 (4) [Leap]        Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     516  O P
USSR 600 [U600]            Clean-Up    . x . x x . . . . .     600  P D
USSR 696 [GR]              Clean-Up    . x . . x . . . . .     696  P D
USSR 707 [U707]            Clean-Up    . x . x x . . . . .     707  P D
USSR 711 [U711]            Clean-Up    . x . . x . . . . .     711  P D
USSR 830 [U830]            Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     830  O P
USSR 948 [U948]            Clean-Up    . x . . x x x . . .     948  O P D
Ucender [Jeru]             Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1783  O P L
Unk [Unk]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    1015  P
V-Label [Label]            Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . . Overwrites L P
V1-Not [OW]                Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . . Overwrites
V1028 [QP2]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1028  O P L
V125 [M128]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     125  P
V1463 [1452]               Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .    1463  O P
V1_0 [OW]                  Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . . Overwrites
V1_1 [OW]                  Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . . Overwrites
V2000 (3) [RKO]            Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    2000  O P L
V2100 (5) [RKO]            Clean-Up    . . x . x x . . . .    2100  O P D L
V270X [268P]               Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     270  O P L D
V299 [V299]                Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     299  O P D
V2P2 [v2p2]                Clean-Up    . x . . x . . . . .   Varies L O P
V2P6 [V2P6]                Clean-Up    . x . . x . . . . .   Varies L O P
V2_0 [OW]                  Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . . Overwrites
V400 (5) [MCE]             Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .   Varies O P D
V483 [G3]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     483  O P
V5 [V-5]                   Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . .     547  O D
V600 [V600]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     600  O P L
V800 (3) [V800]            Clean-Up    x x x . x . . . . .     800  O P L
V801 [V801]                Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .     801  O P L
V82 [V82]                  Clean-Up    . x . . . x x x x x    2000  O P L
V914 [914]                 Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     914  O P
V961 [V961]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     961  O P
VA [VA]                    Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .    1651  O P L
VCL [Con]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     576  O P
VCL-HEEVE                  Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .     514  O P
VCS [100]                  Clean-Up    . x . x x . . . . .    1077  D P
VDV-853 [VDV]              Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     853  O P L
VHP (7) [VHP]              Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .   Varies L O P
VHP-2 [VHP2]               Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     N/A  P O
VM [VM]                    Clean-Up    x . x x x x . . . .    3291  P L D
VP [VP]                    Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     913  L O P
VTS [VTS]                  Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     N/A  P
VVF-34 [vvf]               Clean-Up    . . x . x x . . . .    1628  P L
Vacsina (19) [Vacs]        Clean-Up    . . x . x x x . . .    1206  O P
Vcomm (5) [Vcomm]          Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . .    1074  O P L
Venge-E [OW]               Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1132  L P D
Victor (2) [Victor]        Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    2458  P D L
Vienna/648 (49) [Lisbon]   Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     648  P
Vietnamese [Vt]            Clean-Up    . x x x x . . . . .     950  P D L
Violator (5) [Vienna]      Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .    1055  O P D
Viper [Vip]                Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . . Overwrites L O P
Virdem [100]               Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .    1236  P D L
Virus-101 [V101]           Clean-Up    . x x x x x x x . .    2560  P
Virus-90 [90]              Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .     857  P
Virus90 [V9]               Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     857  P D L
Voronezh (2) [Vor]         Clean-Up    . x x x x x x . . .    1600  O P D
Vote/Vote1000[Vot]         Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .    1000  P D L
Vriest [1241]              Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1280  L O P
W13 (4) [G2]               Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .     532  O P
WWT (3) [WWT]              Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .   Varies L O P
Walkabout [Walk]           Clean-Up    . x x x x x . . . .     573  O D L
Walker [Wlk]               Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    3861  O P L
Warrior [War]              Clean-Up    . . x . . x . . . .    1024  O
Warrior 2 [war2]           Clean-Up    . . . . x . . . . .    1024  O P
Whale (34) [Whale]         Clean-Up    x x x x x x x . . .    9216  L O P D
Why_win [Why]              Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .    1328  L P
Wilbur [100]               Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . .     891
Wilbur 3 [100]             Clean-Up    . . . x x x . . . .     891
WinVir [WinVir]            Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . .     854  P D
Windmill [Wm]              Clean-Up    x . x . . . . x . .     N/A  B
Wisconsin (3) [Wisc]       Clean-Up    . x . x x . . . . .     825  O P D
Wolfman (3) [Wolf]         Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .    2064  O P
Wonder [Wond]              Clean-Up    . . . . x x . . . . Overwrites L O P
Wordswap (4) [Ws]          Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .   Varies D F L O P
X-1 [100]                  Clean-Up    x . x . . x . . . .     578
X-2 [100]                  Clean-Up    x . . . . . x . . x     795
Xabaras [Xab]              Clean-Up    . . . . . x . . . . Overwrites L O P
Xpeh [XP]                  Clean-Up    . . x . x x . . . .    4016  O P D
Xuxa [GR]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .    1413  O P L
Yale/Alameda (3) [Alameda] Clean-Up    . . x . . . . x . .     N/A  B
Yan2505a [Yan]             Clean-Up    . . x . x x . . . .    2899  P O
Yankee [Doodle]            Clean-Up    . . x . x x . . . .    2899  P O
Yankee - 2 [Doodle2]       Clean-Up    . . . . x x . . . .    1961  P O
Yap [Yap]                  Clean-Up    . x x x x . . . . .    6258  L O P
Youth [Yth]                Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     640  L P D
Yukon [OW]                 Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . . Overwrites
Z10 [Z10]                  Clean-Up    . x . x . x . . . .     704  P L
ZK900 [Z900]               Clean-Up    . . x x x x . . . .     900  L O P
ZRK (3) [ZRK]              Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    2968  O L P
ZU1 [ZU1]                  Clean-Up    . . x x x . . . . .     473  P L O
ZY [ZY]                    Clean-Up    . . . x x . . . . .     924  P L
Zaragosa [Zar]             Clean-Up    . . x x x x x . . .    1159  L O P
Zeppelin [Zpp]             Clean-Up    . x . x x . . . . .    1508  P L O
Zero Bug/1536 [Zero]       Clean-Up    . . x . x . . . . .    1536  O P
ZeroHunt [Hunt]            Clean-Up    x x x . x . . . . .     N/A  O P D


Total Number of Viruses, including variants: 1561


LEGEND:

Size Increase:
N/A        - Virus does not attach to files.
None       - Virus does not change file size (uses unused space in file or
             manipulates file linkages)
Overwrites - Virus overwrites beginning of file no file size change
All Others - The length in bytes by which a file will increase when infect

Damage Fields:
B - Corrupts or overwrites the boot sector
D - Corrupts data files
F - Formats or overwrites all/part of disk
L - Directly or indirectly corrupts file linkage
O - Affects system run-time operation
P - Corrupts program or overlay files

Characteristics:
x - Yes
. - No

Disinfectors:
Clean-Up   - Clean-Up universal virus disinfector
SCAN /D    - VIRUSCAN with /D option
SCAN /D /A - VIRUSCAN with /D and /A options
MDISK /P   - MDISK with "P" option (See Note)
All Others - The name of disinfecting program


NOTES


SCAN /D OPTION

The  SCAN  /D options will overwrite and then delete  the
entire  infected  program.   The  program  must  then  be
replaced from the original diskette or a backup.    Files
removed  in this manner can not be recovered by  UNDELETE
programs.  If  you  wish to try and recover  an  infected
program then use the above-named disinfector.


MDISK

MDISK can be used to repair virus-infected master boot record
(partition  table)  code and boot sector code on DOS 3.00  to
4.01  partitioned  diskettes.  For replacing the MBR code  on
MS-DOS 5.00 partitioned hard disks, use the FDISK.EXE program
with the undocumented /MBR switch.


OVERLAY-INFECTING VIRUSES AND THE /A OPTION

If a virus infects Overlay Files (Item 7) Clean-Up should
be used with the /A option when removing the virus.


GENERIC BOOT SECTOR [GENB], MBR [GENP] AND FAMILY [FAMx] VIRUSES

In order to detect non-specific (new or unknown) viruses, VIRUSCAN
contains code that will search files and system areas of a disk for
virus-like mechanisms.  If such code is found in the Master Boot
Record (partition table), SCAN will report the presence of a Generic
Partition Table [GenP] virus.  If such code is found in the DOS Boot
Sector, SCAN will report the presence of a Generic Boot Sector [GenB]
virus.  If such a virus is reported, it can be removed by running
CLEAN-UP with the appropriate I.D. code, however, please forward a
copy of the virus to McAfee Associates for analysis prior to doing so.

Please note that some security and anti-viral programs which replace
the MBR with custom code may be reported as the [GenP] virus.  If you
are running such a program, deinstall it and re-run VIRUSCAN.

The Family viruses are a number of viruses, usually very recent, using
standard viral code. SCAN is able to detect them through generic
detection, but CLEAN does not have the ability to remove those.  As
with the GENB and GENP viruses, please forward a copy of an viruses of
this sort to McAfee Associates for analysis and identification.


OVERWRITING VIRUSES AND THE [OW] CLEAN-UP CODE
Viruses that overwrite sections of programs with their own code do
permanent, irrepairable damage to the infected file. The user will
find the infected program impossible to execute. Viruses designated
with the [OW] CLEAN-UP code are not able to be cleaned, and CLEAN-UP
will prompt the user with a message warning that the file cannot be
repaired and must be deleted.

Directory of PC-SIG Library Disk #3150

 Volume in drive A has no label
 Directory of A:\

WSCAN100 ZIP    259855   1-22-51   7:52a
CDROM    TXT      3693   1-21-92   6:10a
GO-FORM  DAT      3003  12-16-92   4:36p
GO-STRT  DAT       610   1-06-93   4:56p
GO       EXE     26022   1-10-92  12:14p
PCSIG    TXT      2335   1-21-92   6:09a
PKUNZIP  EXE     23528   3-15-90   1:10a
SENTRY02 ZIP     15630   1-06-93   5:38p
SHAREMAG TXT      1837   1-21-92   6:11a
        9 file(s)     336513 bytes
                       22528 bytes free