Discussion in 'other anti-trojan software' started by cheater87, Oct 9, 2007.
Or will there be conflicts
I use both for a long time and I never had any conflict between them...
Same here. Using both with no problems
I have to ask why would you want to run them together?, enlighten me, honestly IMO isn't this app overkill?, sorry I'm curious not trying to offend...
It would be overkill if either NOD or BOClean detected everything.
But if you layer your defense's without much overlap your a little bit more protected IMO.
And they do run fine together, used to have NOD and BOClean combo a while back.
thanks but I've never tried Bo Clean, Trojan hunter yes, I'd have to see what was vista compliant now...
NOD is a scanner, and BOC waits for a trojan to attempt to open and kills it.
Nod and BoClean worked together very well.
Another vote in favor.
100 % on my setup and several of my clients!
My NOD32 AV and BOClean are totally compatable.
It is ok
NOD32 2.x, ENA and ESS, no problem
Having a slight problem since installing BoClean - after a period of time (say half hour) the Nod32 icon disappear off the notification area. Didn't happen with out BoClean, so I wonder if BoClean is doing something to Nod32?
Maybe you have too many icons showing in the in the task bar... Sometimes problems with Explorer.exe cause this to happen...
Only 3 showing.
Is it NOD32 2.7 or 3.0?
I've got 7 showing, NOD 32 v3 and BOC included and my ESET eye is always there.
I have 26, including NOD32 2.7 & Boclean 2.5...
Maybe your system needs a good maintenance run!
Posted elsewhere that BoClean needs to be in NODs excluded program and vica versa - compatability issues.
In the past I never encountered any problems with NOD and BOClean.......now NOD and LSP yeah.
Just for v3 . Not valid for v2
NOD 2.7 & BoClean work fine together. No problems on my computer.
This resident combination is working flawlessly on my XP system:
- NOD32 V3
- Comodo Firewall Pro RC1 (both Network Monitor and HIPS activated).
- Comodo BOClean 4.25.
Installing NOD32 and BOClean with the Comodo HIPS activated can be a trying experience. It's much simpler to either:
- Install NOD32 and BOClean before installing Comodo RC1, or;
- Exiting Comodo RC1 while installing NOD32 and BOClean.
For the second method (install NOD32 and BOClean with Comodo RC1 turned off):
- On restart of the OS, Comodo RC1 will have all NOD32 and Boclean files listed on the Defense+ 'My Pending Files' list.
- Check them and click 'Remove' for acceptance as 'Safe' files.
Similarly, you can simply disable 'Defense+' for installation and check and remove the 'My Pending Files' list after restoring Defense+.
Hope this helps!
Or use the installation mode and receive 1 popup and after installation set nod32 as a trusted application which in total is only 2 popups .
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