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Buoy

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  1. Since our white list and System File Protection is useless from a bootable disk, this would mean that heavily infected computers would wind up with missing System Files and broken configurations. This is a very bad idea.

    While I agree that bootable disks are for the technically savvy, the white list and System File Protection information is referenced data from one or more OS installations on the disk but could be added to a bootable CD/DVD/Flash build. A bootable disk could (and IMHO, should) be part of responsible tech's toolkit. After all, a heavily infected machine can do more damage during the de-infection/repair process risking customer data loss or corruption if forced to boot first from the HD before troubleshooting. My 2 cents anyway.

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