Belatucadrus 09:49 14 Jun 2003

It does update but not as often as Anti virus. I suspect it's because a Trojan is harder to code than an e-mail worm so there is less need, as new ones don't appear as often. If you're short on space, copy it to CD and delete from the hard drive, you can always put it back later if you want.

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