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BFU Brute Force Uninstaller 1.00.9

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Brute Force Uninstaller (BFU) 1.00.9
November 4, 2005:

Changes: Updated BFU to version 1.00.9 to fix a few bugs, and add support for SHA1, MD2 and MD4 checksum testing of files and processes (see the BFU manual for details).
It also came to my attention that all checksum test functions will not work properly on Windows 95, since it seems that IE6 is needed for this to work (the tests worked on Win98SE + IE6SP1), even though Microsoft says you only need IE3 or higher. The CRC32 checksum test methods will work regardless of IE version, so those can be used as a replacement function.

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