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Technology Protects From Current & Future Malware

Principal AntiVirus - New technology protects against current and future malware without signature updates

Amsterdam, Netherlands, August 4, 2004 - Resplendence Software Projects has just released Principal AntiVirus, a powerful antivirus solution which protects your Windows computer against a large range of threats including viruses, trojans, worms, backdoors, adware, and spyware.

The software is designed to offer you principal protection against currently known as well as future viruses without the need for regular updates or signature scanners. It is designed to intercept threats before they become active, without constantly having to check all incoming and outgoing data against known virus footprints.

It works by scrutinizing dangerous programs that start for the first time. Before scrutinized programs do something very dangerous, they are blocked. Principal AntiVirus tells you how bad is the program you are running and gives you advice. If you are deliberately running some dangerous program, you tell Principal AntiVirus to trust it forever.

Principal AntiVirus is faster and more efficient than other antivirus software because it remains in a dormant state and does not come into action until a dangerous event is triggered.

Principal AntiVirus works on Windows XP, 2000 and 2003 Server and costs US$69 per computer system. A free 21-day trial version is available from

Resplendence Software Projects is an Amsterdam based software company which was founded in 1997 and develops advanced system utilities and developer components. Software by Resplendence includes the adward winning Resplendent Registrar, an advanced registry manager and MultiMon, a multifunctional real time system, application and user monitor.

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