Kenya’s first anti-virus developed


A computer anti virus has been developed in Kenya by a group of nine young innovators from Baringo County in Rift Valley.

The anti virus dubbed as bunifu snipper has an in-built console panel which will help the users recover all infected  files safely.

Among the features included in the antivirus  are a wireless and LAN scanner that can scan devices within your Wi-Fi range or over your local Area Network (LAN), a document, file and folder repair and restore, file and folder unlock sensor, wireless and LAN sensor as well as piracy protection.

According to the founder of Bunifu technologies, Keith Korir,  it has taken them more than a year and a half to develop the antivirus, which they believe is the first to be developed in Kenya and he says it is better than others available in the Market. He further said that it will be the toughest software for hackers out there to crack due to its features.

About Bunifu Technologies

Bunifu Technologies is an industry innovation leader that has provided technology based services and products that range from Android mobile apps, desktop applications, web applications and engineering solutions.  It has been in existence since 2011 when it was formed by the nine young men from Baringo county

Other products that have been developed by bunifu technologies include accounting software  which provides real time analysis and record keeping of day to day transactions, Light bolt SMS which is a mass message sending utility that has ability to send customized personalized messages to many just from a single message. An exam management system which is an exams software that provides an easy interface for exams processing and analysis. It’s user friendly and easy for parents, students and teachers. They have also developed bunifu mini commander a handy automated software which can process and respond to SMS commands and can also process more than one command at a time

There will upgrades done online for the antivirus software though the young innovators are still working on ways that the upgrade will not have to be done via the internet.


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