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Sam B
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AntinVirus & Utilities

Hello, I'm new so don't know very much I think portable apps are just the best thing, however can you make portable apps for bitdefender, Comodo, Vipre, Norton Utilities & Win Utilities, soorry the list goes on, I understand they are not open souce but can they be made for people who own the rights, badically I have a licence for all that ai mention but would much prefer to run them as a portable apps as they tend to suck too much resource from the PC especially when booting, AV all tend to suck resources, hence I don't have the knowledge to do it myself but at least you guy s o have that knowledge and can distribute it to people whom carry a legitimate license?

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Illegal to Package, Require Installation

All the apps you list would be illegal to package even if you had a paid license. Their license agreement prohibit it. Plus, they all require services installed into Windows which can't be portable without admin rights, meaning they wouldn't be portable anyway. You'd need to contact those publishers to specifically build portable support and agree to packaging.

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I will write to them and make the request

OK I have some contacts in comodo, bitdefender etc... I will write to them and request that it would be in their best interest, hopefully it there's a positive rsponse from their legal team are you guys OK to support or tell me how to paackage them? obviously I will send you the communication that will lift the restrictions prohibiting packaging their product.

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