Category : System Diagnostics for your computer
Archive   : TBAV630.ZIP
Filename : DESCRIPT.ION

 
Output of file : DESCRIPT.ION contained in archive : TBAV630.ZIP
INSTALL.BAT Installation batch file
APPNOTES.DOC Application notes
AGENTS.DOC List of Thunderbyte agents
ADDENDUM.DOC Additional information
DESCRIPT.ION 4DOS directory description file
FILE_ID.DIZ TBAV description
LICENSE.DOC TBAV License agreement
MAKERESC.BAT Make a rescue diskette batch file
REGISTER.EXE Register program
SECURITY.DOC Make sure TBAV is original
TBAV.EXE TBAV menu shell
TBAV.DOC TBAV user manual
TBCHECK.EXE Resident checksum utility
TBCLEAN.EXE Generic file cleaner
TBDEL.COM File destroyer
TBDISK.EXE Resident disk guard
TBDRIVER.LNG Language file for TbDriver
TBDRIVER.EXE TBAV utilities driver
TBFILE.EXE TbFile software guard
TBGENSIG.EXE Signature file generator/lister
TBKEY.EXE Key generator for TBAV utilities
TBMEM.EXE TbMem memory/CMOS guard
TBSCAN.EXE TbScan fast virus scanner
TBSCAN.LNG Language file for TbScan
TBSCAN.SIG Signature file for TbScan and TbScanX
TBSCANX.EXE TbScanX resident virus scanner
TBSETUP.DAT TbSetup data file
TBSETUP.EXE TbSetup checksum file generator
TBUTIL.EXE Bootsector cleaner/immunizer/saver
TBUTIL.LNG Language file for TbUtil
VELDMAN.PGP PGP public key of Frans Veldman
TBLANMSG.EXE LAN virus alert forwarder
TBLOG.EXE TBAV automatic log file utility
NO_VSUM.DOC Why is TBAV not tested in VSUM?
WHATSNEW.626 What was new in the previous release?
WHATSNEW.630 What's new in this release?
TBAV.MSG TBAV example screen text
TBAV.LNG TBAV language file


  3 Responses to “Category : System Diagnostics for your computer
Archive   : TBAV630.ZIP
Filename : DESCRIPT.ION

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

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