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Old 09-22-2007, 08:42 AM   #2
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Is it possible to have anti-virus protection without a connection to the Internet? I have a Win98 computer which I am not connecting to the Internet, but still I put floppy disks and CD's into this computer, so there is at least some risk of virus infection from elsewhere.
Two possible solutions:
  1. connect the computers in a LAN, and mount a remote drive as a local drive letter so the antivirus program on that computer (which is kept up to date) can check the other's drive
  2. buy a boxed version of an antivirus program in a shop and use that
The latter clearly has the disadvantage of not being able to automatically update the program and its virus signature data files.

   
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