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Antivirus for Windows Live Messenger 2009

Because Instant Messenger has become so popular virus writers are using it to spread malicious programs. There are several simple things you can do to make sure your chatting experience remains safe and secure. One such solution is WLM Safe that adds security functions to your Windows Live Messenger.

According to the publisher, it can detect and block infected virus and fishing URLs, blocks spam messages, and more.

WLM Safe is a script for Messenger Plus! Live (extension for Windows Live Messenger), that is, in order to use WLM Safe both Windows Live Messenger and Messenger Plus! Live need to be installed on your PC.

Download the script, open it, accept the warning and press Import and click on Install button to install it.(You must sign in to your Windows Live Messenger before importing the script).

You can configure WLM Safe and access different tools like ‘Clear Cache’, etc by clicking on the script button.
WLM Safe is completely free and only 226Kb in size. You can download it from here.


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