[Dshield] Free Anti Virus

Al Reust areust at comcast.net
Sun Dec 14 04:03:35 GMT 2003

Hello Paul

I see that you have the several more popular answers. After having gone 
through this process years ago. I went through a process to insure that I 
had permission to distribute the companies software. That normally includes 
looking at the contact page and email your best choice (sales). State that 
you are an ISP and want to be able to help your users, and potentially how 
many copies you are going to distribute. If they are not the correct person 
to ask that they please forward it to the appropriate person..

In some cases I received a very nice email, letter (and fresh software). In 
some cases I received an affiliates agreement that required reviewed, 
signing and then their acceptance.

Many companies that do have shareware or freeware versions that will enjoy 
the help that you can bring by helping with their advertising. Some have no 
clue and say just no.

If you never ask then you never know. This does not mention that anything 
you distribute you are partially responsible for support. The User got it 
from You, guess who they call first...


At 11:16 AM 12/14/2003 +1100, you wrote:
>I run a small ISP and provide a handy CD for my customers, it has Internet 
>Explorer, Mozilla, etc on it. I thought it would be handy if I could put a 
>free anti virus program on it. Does anyone know of a free anti virus program?
>Regards.  Paul
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