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OmniPage 8.0 LE

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Year released:
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
omnipage-8-le.sit (37.20 MB)
MD5: 88d2a0e6a8d9d2e3d76f66617a1cada0
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
This app works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II,

Good OCR software.
Work DIRECT only with old Agfa scanners and theirs ScanWise software.

Solution for other scanners:
First step - make image (TIFF or PICT) by any scanner.
Second step - Open image by this app and work.

English, Spanish, Italian, Franch and German install versions inside:

MD5 checksum & filename: 88d2a0e6a8d9d2e3d76f66617a1cada0 *omnipage-8-le.sit
Virus checked and cleaned with Virex 6.1

Architecture: 68k PPC

68020 or above
Mac OS 7.0 or above


MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2013, July 27 - 6:10am

The "OmniPage 8.0 LE" copy on this page was infected with the 666 virus. It has since been replaced with a cleaned copy of the same software, 2013/07/27 EST.

@To anyone concerned: If you had downloaded "OmniPage 8.0 LE" from this page on or before 2013/07/27 EST and had extracted and then run the OmniPage 8.0 LE Installer program on a classic Mac OS, there is a good chance that your classic system has been compromised by the "666" virus a.k.a SevenDust. It is good advice that if you fall into the above category, you should immediately run the anti-vir software: Virex 6.1 over your classic system to eradicate this virus. You must also use the year 2007 defs (included) with Virex 6.1 to successfully identify and clean 666 from your system.

Four of the five language group installers in this DL were found to be infected. Only the German language installer appeared to be free of the 666 payload. So if you have DL'd this previously and installed from only the German language installer, your system may have escaped contamination.