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v7 - SE (2.3.2010) (Mar 12, 2010)
I agree with the name, remove it, or better yet, don't install it in the first place. I have no idea what criteria they use for "infected" but hamachi (for instance) is not an infection.
2.2 Beta (Jul 15, 2009)
Version 2.2 is out of beta. I like it. Still doesn't detect full screen games and so flickers like cray when it shows up during play and slows down screen refresh, but overall pretty good. If I had an iPhone the feature where it can send notifications to the iPhone though prowl sounds cool too, but I don't.
0.8.0 Preview Release 8 (Jun 11, 2009)
web site shows preview release 9 is up. Always has been a good, low resource way to connect to IM. Not a lot of features, but very configurable.
I still generally prefer Trillian Astra though.
0.15.0b (Jul 23, 2008)
It sounds really good, and it probably is, but the download location is for the source code and I am too lazy and busy to compile it or dig it out of the cygwin site.
0.15.0b (May 31, 2011 - 8:44 PM)
Hey, I think it is a good idea to call Apple on it so when someone searches for information on such things they can possible get a more balanced view from the search results. Of course this is just my opinion, beautiful or not.
0.15.0b (May 11, 2011 - 1:55 PM)
I tried VMWare Converter once last year and the virtual machine refused to boot. I didn't have time to trouble-shoot the problem so I never got back to it to figure out what went wrong. Could have been user error, YMMV.
0.15.0b (Apr 25, 2011 - 10:31 PM)
I currently have broadcast basic cable ($13ish/month)and for the most part I'm happy with it. There are less than 10 other channels I would add given the option. Many of the show I miss w/o expanded cable I can stream legally with some ads. Sometimes I would just like to watch baseball and except some occasional weekends when a local broadcast is showing it I just can't.
0.15.0b (Mar 16, 2011 - 2:29 PM)
I don't know about the other 11 but I never really used it.
0.15.0b (Mar 16, 2011 - 1:54 PM)
Virustotal does allow a search by hash - http://www.virustotal.com/search.html
In order to search for the last VirusTotal report on a given file just enter its hash. Currently the allowed hashes are md5, sha1 and sha256. You can also search for a particular file report by typing in its permalink id