Virus in Hamview ?
Alberto Di Bene
Sun, 29 Nov 1998 12:53:41 +0000
>I tried downloading a copy of hamview, and it took over 2 hours. I
>eventually got it, and it was more than I asked for. I could not get
>This is from someone who is not a beginner when it comes to computers,
>so you might want to be cautious with HamView.
Oh, no ! The last thing I coud had hoped for is that Hamview is considered
infected by a virus, or, worse, *to be* a virus !
Rest assured, both are false. I have just downloaded Hamview from my Web site,
and compared it byte by byte with
the version I have here, freshly compiled. They absolutely match byte by byte.
Then I executed it on my computer,
and everything was OK.
HAMVIEW.ZIP is 110,923 bytes long and, even with a slow modem, it takes only 30
or 40 seconds to download it,
and certainly NOT two hours... something went wrong with your friend. He may be
a computer super expert, but
even the experts can have glitches, from time to time.
I invite here all those wo have successfully downloaded and run Hamview to
witness that it is *not* infected by a virus.
Counting both the previous and the current version, the total is over 3,000
downloads from all over the world, and this is
the first time I hear the word virus associated with Hamview.
I am available for any kind of clarifications and help.
Alberto di Bene, I2PHD firstname.lastname@example.org or