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VirusBarrier and Time Machine combination results in freeze; fix

Users of Intego VirusBarrier software may experience system freezes upon Time Machine activation.

By July 17, 2008

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Utilities Updates: Intego VirusBarrier X Virus Defs February; Synk 5.2; JellyfiSSH 4.3; more

Utilities Updates: Intego VirusBarrier X Virus Defs February; Synk 5.2; JellyfiSSH 4.3; more

By February 20, 2006

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Utilities Updates: AppZapper 1.0.1; Intego VirusBarrier X4 10.4.3; OnyX 1.6.7; Safari Enhancer 3.1; more

Utilities Updates: AppZapper 1.0.1; Intego VirusBarrier X4 10.4.3; OnyX 1.6.7; Safari Enhancer 3.1; more

By January 17, 2006

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Utilities Updates: StuffIt Deluxe 10.0.1; Intego VirusBarrier X 10.4.1; Intego Personal Backup X4 10.4.1; more

Utilities Updates: StuffIt Deluxe 10.0.1; Intego VirusBarrier X 10.4.1; Intego Personal Backup X4 10.4.1; more

By October 27, 2005

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Odds and Ends: Rapidly filling hard drive space may be related to Intego VirusBarrier; Knowledge Base updates

Odds and Ends: Rapidly filling hard drive space may be related to Intego VirusBarrier; Knowledge Base updates

By July 19, 2005

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New & Noteworthy: SETI@Home down; G4 Cube delay; Linksys rebates; Save MicroNet; VirusBarrier for Palm

New & Noteworthy: SETI@Home down; G4 Cube delay; Linksys rebates; Save MicroNet; VirusBarrier for Palm

By March 1, 2001

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VirusBarrier deletes control panels under Mac OS 8.6

VirusBarrier deletes control panels under Mac OS 8.6

By February 3, 2001

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Utilities Updates: SpeedApp; EnterNet; BBEdit; VirusBarrier; MacSSH; FinderPatch; more

Utilities Updates: SpeedApp; EnterNet; BBEdit; VirusBarrier; MacSSH; FinderPatch; more

By May 18, 2001

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Utilities Updates: Fetch; VirusBarrier; DeskTape Pro; Invisible Finder; HogWasher; more

Utilities Updates: Fetch; VirusBarrier; DeskTape Pro; Invisible Finder; HogWasher; more

By February 1, 2001

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New variant of the "HellRaiser" low-risk Trojan surfaces

Though not a grave security risk for Mac users, a new Trojan horse called "OSX/HellRTS.D" has been identified by Intego (developers of VirusBarrier X). The new trojan is a variant of a backdoor server called "HellRaiser," which was developed to allow full control of an infected PC by a remote attacker.

By April 27, 2010