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Stinger Portable 10.2 Development Test 1

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demon.devin
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Stinger Portable 10.2 Development Test 1

Application: McAfee Stinger
License: freeware
Category: Security
Description: This tool detects and removes threats identified in the "List Viruses" icon in the Stinger application.

Download Stinger Portable 10.2 Development Test 1 [7.37MB download / 7.26MB installed] [linked removed until permission has been gathered - Moderator Zach Thibeau]
(MD5: a7f3040fa79e7acf53c40a6fd54106fe)

Release Notes:

Development Test 1 (10/22/2011): Initial release

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Hate to ask

do you have permission from McAfee to redistribute this?

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Oops.

I forgot to ask.. my bad. Damn.

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Add a "Use with caution!"

Add a "Use with caution!" somewhere. While I used it (some time ago) Stinger more than once deleted necessary (and harmless) files and therefore crippled some apps without giving any comprehensible reason (a "maybe" heuristic threat is no need to delete) or possibility to interact before doing so. Maybe that has changed meanwihle, but I doubt it.

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Online installer

Better convert this to an online installer before mods remove it. Also as Stinger comes packaged with the latest updates (to my knowledge) this makes more practical for use as well.

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Except PAI uses MD5

PAI now requires a checksum, so if the source is constantly updating, it's no go.

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