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eHelp Corp. RoboHelp X4; Eset Software NOD32 2.0; Netsec Specter 7.0; Eiffel Software EnVision 1.1

eHelp Corp. RoboHelp X4
eHelp has added FlashHelp to its RoboHelp X4 authoring technology, giving users means to create cutting-edge help pages in Windows, Apple Mac OS or Linux and on the Web. XML-based Macromedia Flash technology has been incorporated into RoboHelp so that help-page writers and software developers can customize their help systems with interactivity and sound. In addition, the new version of RoboHelp has enhanced support for Adobe FrameMaker that allows accelerated creation of help systems. Users can create documents in FrameMaker, convert them to .MIF format and import directly to RoboHelp. Work from multiple authors can be joined as well with eHelp's WebHelp Merging.

Starts at $379. eHelp Corp., (800) 459-2356, (858) 847-7900. www.ehelp.com





Eset Software NOD32 2.0
Eset Software has enhanced the customization available in its NOD32 virus-detection software. NOD32 2.0, which is compatible with Windows 2003 Server, lets users schedule automatic virus-definition updates, define targets for scanning and set rules for handling quarantined objects. E-mail filtering has moved from POP3 to Eset's IMON (Internet monitor) module. Installation can be performed from one of three predefined programs. An improved user interface rounds out the offering.

Starts at $49. Eset Software, (619) 437-7037. www.nod32.com

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