Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by Thankful, Nov 15, 2007.
Changelog not yet available.
Thanks for the heads-up!
I load it up when I get home, here's hoping it boots faster as well as scans faster...
Doesn't the program update itself?
No, it does not.
Why does the program have the following in the setup then?
Still 3.0.563 on UK site.
That's a very good question!
-EDIT- The download from the UK site is 566, even though the page says 563.
please tell us admin's
Ran a scan right after installation. No improvement in speed, takes same time as before.
Doubt the Kernel issue has been fixed ...
"We must discuss about possibilities...So I assume this will be fixed in one of later releases. With Admin permissions there is always a way how to disable AV, so it’s not critical.
Nice to find out it has been fixed now, no doubt someone will tell us.
They've probably been working on 3.0.566 since the previous one was released, they didn't even consider fixing the kernel protection issue until two days ago, you can't expect a fix in just one day. It'll take longer than that, if we'll be seeing it in version 3 at all.
if it's really nothing new is it worth uninstalling & reinstalling?, I may try the AV & Outpost to see if I get a better boot...
I assume you can install over the top? Well, gonna try it right now anyways... Figures I just installed 563 last night.
Yep, thats what I did, on two machines and no problem.
No relevant changelog
Thanks, same here. No problems to report so far either.
for critical Updates they have to push out instead of have users upgrade.
I was using NOD32 2.7 and Outpost 4.0 until I decided to give ESS a try.
Boot time is much faster now.
Outpost 4.0 is a great firewall but can be a bit of a resource hog at times, especially during boot and logon.
Agnitum seem to have taken one step forwards and two steps backwards with Outpost 2008.
I will be sticking with ESS.
i think they forgot to write about bsod in win2ksp4 fix
BSD is a UNIX operating system. It doesn't mean Blue Screen of Death, which is BSOD
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