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Viper has won many awards including a 5* rating from Download.com. Downloadtube.com editor team called Viper a "...highly efficient and reliable plagiarism checker."
Proud of our press coverage
Recent mentions include The Independent on Sunday (29.05.11), Instablogs (02.05.11), The Miami New Times (20.05.10 & 01.04.10) and The Antara (27.04.10).
Look out for us at your local freshers' fair!
The Viper team are often on the road - whether it's at your local freshers' fair or literally, on the road... check out our gallery below!
|The Viper crew out on the road handing out copies of Viper to students at Birmingham, Leicester, Nottingham and Nottingham Trent, Sheffield Hallam, Sheffield, Warwick, Loughborough, Lincoln and Derby Universities.|
|At Freshers in 2009, Leicester and Loughborough University. Do you like our shirts?|
|Our 2009 giveaway disc (left) and pavement art in Nottingham Leicester and Loughborough outside the Universities - it's not paint, don't worry - it's just dirt cleaned off with water (but we still got into trouble for it!)|
Recent Viper reviews
"Viper is growing fast and this is your chance to join many others in the quest for the best free plagiarism scanner on the Internet." (InstaBlogs, February 9, 2011 Wednesday)
"To halt the acts of plagiarizing in the future, the universities and research centers` authorities need to open the accesses to digital libraries and use such plagiarism checkers as "scanmyessay.com." (Education Minister for Indonesia Mohammad Nuh, The Antara, February 19, 2010)
"Gelembiuk, who uses plagiarism software in classes he teaches, wasn't satisfied with the apology. So he ran Miami Babylon through Viper, free online software that scours the Internet to look for copied phrases. It turned up 16 new instances of stolen prose." The Miami New Times, on how Viper helped detect the plagiarism of disgraced Miami Beach author Gerald Posner.