Many people think that Viper is primarily for lawyers, but it's much more than that. In fact, it can be used by anyone, even college students who want to make sure that they don't copy any information from another source without citing it first. This is especially important with e-books. If you're selling an e-book and someone finds an article in a blog or uses it as a reference, they might consider purchasing your book because you didn't take the time to cite the original source.
Simply downloading viper to your computer is one way to make sure that you don't commit this crime, but there's also another way - one that we use every day when we save files to computers: we select save as plain text. When you select save as plain text, Viper will then search your computer for available text files that contain the words or phrases you're trying to find. If it finds any, then it will display a message that says "You liked this except for the text. ", or "This file cannot be saved because it is not signed."
A third way to protect yourself from being accused of plagiarism when using file sharing applications is to download viper to both your windows and Mac. To do this, just download the free viper app and install it onto your computer. You should then go to the settings and choose which operating systems you want to be able to connect with. Once that's done, open up the viper and configure your devices accordingly. If you want to transfer large files, open them in viper and not the default windows folder!