Cerberius
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Cerberius is a anti-trojan horse scripted folder that checks if the file put into its folder Contains a Trojan. Set your Download folder to this folder to check all your downloads for Trojans. Other suspicious files from other sources (CD-ROM, file sharing...) can be dropped into the Cerberius folder to be checked. When a file cannot be trusted, it is placed in the Trash; the user is then notified, and can empty the Trash if they wish to do so.
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PPC, Mac OS X 10.3 or later

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m2atmac commented on 06 Apr 2006
Why would mac users worry about trojans? We don't have any! Just be careful where you type your root login/passwd and everything will be just fine.
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peanut butter replied on 24 Oct 2006
.......to avoid passing on the trojan to our vulnerable PC friends and family.
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Downloads:3,706
Version Downloads:3,706
Type:Utilities : Virus
License:Free
Date:06 Apr 2006
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Cerberius is a anti-trojan horse scripted folder that checks if the file put into its folder Contains a Trojan. Set your Download folder to this folder to check all your downloads for Trojans. Other suspicious files from other sources (CD-ROM, file sharing...) can be dropped into the Cerberius folder to be checked. When a file cannot be trusted, it is placed in the Trash; the user is then notified, and can empty the Trash if they wish to do so.


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