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I'm working to develop an antivirus/antispyware program. Now I've already looked at 'ClamWin' which is in python (a language I don't use). I was wondering if anyone knows of any other examples of source code that could be relevant, I'm just looking to learn as I go.

Hopefully over time I'll develop a useful tool that will help protect computers.

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Edited by Keith, 23 April 2006 - 01:29 AM.

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Maybe you would like to scan over SourceForge.net. ClamWin can be found on http://sourceforge.n...php?form_cat=43, so I suppose similar software must be there. :whistling:
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