Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by basti, Jul 31, 2006.
How good ist NOD 32 searching and detecting malware into Firefox Archives ?
Firefox archives? What are you reffering to... ?
NOD32 IMON scans all files downloaded by your browser and prompts you for an action. Do you want to say scanning inside FF cache?
NOD32 is programs independant software . Mozilla Firefox ^archives^ and files are files like every other files . NOD32's on-demand scanner as well as all protection modules (AMON, IMON) will take care of them just like you use IE
I assumed that basti was asking about Firefox extension packages (XPI files). I'm probably wrong again, but in case I'm right, XPI files are simply ZIP archives. If you don't have AMON/IMON configured to scan all files, just add the XPI extension to those that are scanned.
Edit: Thanks, hitech, but defaults can be changed.
For versions 2000/XP/2003 NOD32 is by default set to scan ALL files
For 95/98 it is to scan chosen files
Basti is most likely to have newer OS
it's better to wait for his answer to clearify the issue.
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