Clam Sentinel Version 1.20 has been released. The new version features improved detection of suspicious files, an additional system monitor option to skip files with a valid digital signature, the ability to run Quarantine Recover from the quarantine menu in the system tray icon, and support for the Azeri language. The option to detect Potentially Unwanted Applications (PUA) has been discontinued due to excessive false positives from new Clam AV signatures.
Clam Sentinel is a free, open source program for Windows 98 thru Windows 7 that lets users scan in real-time with ClamWin as files are added, copied, or modified on their computer. Clam Sentinel also has a separate heuristic scan engine that detects malware without any ClamWin signature. Clam Sentinel is available for download at http://sourceforge.net/projects/clamsentinel/
on the web. Clam Sentinel is a separate project from ClamWin, but ClamWin must be installed before Clam Sentinel. New users can read the Simple Guide included in the installation package--especially the Quick Guide To Clam Sentinel Configuration And Operation. You can get support, make bug reports, aand suggest improvements at http://sourceforge.net/projects/clamsentinel/
on the web. If you find Clam Sentinel useful, please give the developer, Andrea Russo of Italy, a big "thank you" for his hard work. Delphi programmers can assist with thte future development of Clam Sentinel by contacting Andrea via the Clam Sentinel web site.