This quote came from www.novatix.com.
It even protects when the latest virus definition files have not yet been updated or when your anti-virus solution is unable to handle the specific threat—especially important in the first few hours of a new virus outbreak. RedWall enables users to quickly and securely preview the contents of any file and attachment. If the file is legitimate, it may be opened and edited as usual. If, however, a suspicious file appears, the user can safely delete the malicious file and avert any potential threat.
Has anyone used it or does someone have an answer to my question below?
But how am I and other average sort-of-intermediate-level computer owners supposed to know what to look for once Redwall lets me view a file. Wouldn't I have to be quite familiar with programming and how virus writers operate? I would think so. So is the program only good for those in the know?