Biosoftworld Medical Scheduler - Requirements and installation

Upon purchase you do not need to uninstall the trial installation (if you are using the latest version). Just use the license key that is emailed to you in order to turn the trial edition to registered.

Virus Clean AwardOur installer is digitally signed 100% Clean, which means it does not contain any form of malware, spyware, viruses, trojans and backdoors.

Medical Office One - Requirements and installation

Upon purchase you do not need to uninstall the trial installation (if you are using the latest version). Just use the license key that is emailed to you in order to turn the trial edition to registered.

Virus Clean AwardOur installer is digitally signed 100% Clean, which means it does not contain any form of malware, spyware, viruses, trojans and backdoors.

Some antivirus programs use a “funny” reputation-based system which produce false positive alarms confusing users. The reputation-based system uses "the wisdom of crowds” to compute a reputation score for an application, and in the process identify as malicious legitimate and clean software applications. For example Norton Antivirus indentifies clean files as infected from WS.Reputation.1 trojan but it is not actually finding a "trojan" or anything in the file. 

We strongly recommend that you remove such antivirus programs for your computers.

Alternatively if you encounter a WS.Reputation.1 alert when you attempt to download something from one of our servers, you can disable Norton Antivirus, and download the installer again to work around the problem.

You can also bypass Symantec reputation system.

Medical Database Seven - Requirements and installation

Upon purchase you do not need to uninstall the trial installation (if you are using the latest version). Just use the license key that is emailed to you in order to turn the trial edition to registered.

Virus Clean AwardOur installer is digitally signed 100% Clean, which means it does not contain any form of malware, spyware, viruses, trojans and backdoors.

Some antivirus programs use a “funny” reputation-based system which produce false positive alarms confusing users. The reputation-based system uses "the wisdom of crowds” to compute a reputation score for an application, and in the process identify as malicious legitimate and clean software applications. For example Norton Antivirus indentifies clean files as infected from WS.Reputation.1 trojan but it is not actually finding a "trojan" or anything in the file. 

We strongly recommend that you remove such antivirus programs for your computers.

Alternatively if you encounter a WS.Reputation.1 alert when you attempt to download something from one of our servers, you can disable Norton Antivirus, and download the installer again to work around the problem.

You can also bypass Symantec reputation system.