NEW: Official Eset/NOD32 Forum

Discussion in 'General Topics' started by Paul Wilders, Oct 24, 2002.

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  1. Paul Wilders

    Paul Wilders Administrator

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    We are very pleased to announce, from this moment on we will host the Official Eset/Nod32 anti-virus Forum.

    A skilled and dedicated moderating team will do the upmost to serve both trial and registered users from this top notch anti-virus software.

    On behalf of our team,

    Paul Wilders
     
  2. Primrose

    Primrose Registered Member

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    Can we sit in the seat of that race car and get our picture taken :D or are you going to keep it hidden in your garage when it goes on tour?


    :cool:

    Welcome Eset/NOD32 ..you always had an International Drivers License in my book. ;)
     
  3. anton

    anton Eset Management

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    Hi Guys,

    On behalf of Eset, I would like to welcome you in our car! :) I wish all of us a smooth, but an exciting drive! I want to thank all of you, but especially Paul and Rod for their constant effort to make the drive enjoyable. Eset will do its best to make it safe.

    Please, fasten your seat belts!

    anton
    eset
     
  4. FanJ

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    Hi Anton,

    Warm welcome !!!

    I'm sure ESET will protect us on the digital highway !

    Cheers, Jan.
     
  5. tomatell

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    Hi All,

    This is Tom2 from Japan.
    I suppose NOD32 will buckle all us up. Right, Anton?

    Cheers,

    Tom
     
  6. anders

    anders Eset Staff Account

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    Hi!

    I don't mind riding that car with you Anton, but this time, you be the girl. ;)

    Now, why am I here? ... like Loretta Scott put it: "We can't help everyone, but everyone can help someone."

    Regards,
    Anders
    EuroSecure
    [hr]"Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep."
     
  7. Iwona

    Iwona Registered Member

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    Hi Guys,
    I hope that it will be a nice journey ;)

    Greetings from Poland!!!
     
  8. jan

    jan Former Eset Moderator

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    Hi,

    sit tight, the car has a pretty fast engine... ;)

    Cheers,

    jan
    Eset
     
  9. zak_dashiell

    zak_dashiell Registered Member

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    hello everyone,

    this is zak from japan... congrats eset for choosing the wilders forum to host the official nod32 forum... and thanks paul for finally being convinced to host the nod32 forum here...

    now, nod32 (and tds3) users can just go to a single forum to get all the expert help (with a personal touch) when they need it, if they need it...

    thanks for the heads up, guys and gals...

    nb... this is my second try to post this message... i hope it will go through this time... the first time i tried, i got the "remote server cannot be found" error in my opera...
     
  10. rodzilla

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    > sit tight, the car has a pretty fast engine... ;)

    If its engine is as fast as NOD32's, we'll win! :)
     
  11. Jooske

    Jooske Registered Member

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    Of course they need it, for sure that's what we are all here for, the many users, all support teams and developers to keep in nice communication and all learn from each other.

    Seeing so many ESET/NOD32 people jumping in, have to count if all 32 are there now or is that 32 a version number?
    Which reminds me TDS-3.2.1 (was long trime 320 ) and more software i see Aida32 and many many if you look around.......is that "32" a secret code, or did all start at the same time and are now all on their same version 32?
    Tell me your secret and we'll still be happy to use the products :)
     
  12. Bobs

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    Since your using Nod, What do you supplement your protection with so you really are protected? Thnx
     
  13. rodzilla

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    > Seeing so many ESET/NOD32 people jumping in, have to count if all 32 are there now or is that 32 a version number?

    Actually there are 3200 of us Jooske ... we cut off the double-zero to fit in the available space on our logo. :)

    > Which reminds me TDS-3.2.1 (was long trime 320 ) and more software i see Aida32 and many many if you look around.......is that "32" a secret code, or did all start at the same time and are now all on their same version 32?
    Tell me your secret and we'll still be happy to use the products :)

    "32" = "32 bit".

    Our program name was "NOD-ICE" until the 32 bit version was released in May 1998, when it became "NOD32".
     
  14. LowWaterMark

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    Hi Bobs,

    I think many are using TDS3 to cover Trojan protection, although some use Trojan Hunter, Boclean or another AntiTrojan. It's good to combine in a good Anti-Trojan to supplement your Anti-Virus software. Of course, a good firewall can add a little extra something to your protection against this malware, too.

    Welcome,
    LowWaterMark
     
  15. LowWaterMark

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    Hmm, interesting. Thanks for the background info Rod.

    Sometimes, I feel like a 16-bit person in a 32-bit world. ;)
     
  16. FanJ

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    Hi Rod,

    Hadn't NOD something to do with a TV-movie?
    Vaguely I remember me something like that, but I'm not sure....

    Cheers, Jan.
     
  17. rodzilla

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    > Sometimes, I feel like a 16-bit person in a 32-bit world. ;)

    Most of the time I feel like a teenager in a 90-year-old body. :)
     
  18. rodzilla

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    > Hadn't NOD something to do with a TV-movie?

    Not directly ... we just pinched the idea. :)

    Here's a snip from my website explaining the name ... http://www.nod32.com.au/nod32/about/about.htm

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    NOD32's "ancestors" were born around the time the first computer viruses appeared. At that time an extremely popular TV series was being broadcast on Czechoslovak Television ... a series which was later translated into many other languages and became known in many other countries. The name of this TV series was "Nemocnica na Okraji Mesta" ... in English, "Hospital at the Edge of the City". The first viruses attacked disk boot sectors, which are located at the edge of a disk. An antivirus program could in a sense be considered a hospital ... "nemocnica" in the Slovak and Czech languages. We decided to name the newly created antivirus program “Nemocnica na Okraji Disku” ... which in English would read “Hospital at the Edge of the Disk”.
    =====
     
  19. Seldom Seen

    Seldom Seen Guest

    Interesting.

    I hope I was some help.

    I came on a link from nod32.com.au.

    I may come back again. I may not. Who knows.

    I am Seldom Seen, because I am seldom seen. :)
     
  20. Paul Wilders

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    Nice comments indeed!

    Good place to start ;)

    You know! Anyhow: you're most welcome.

    ahh...that explains a lot :D

    regards.

    paul
     
  21. MickeyTheMan

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    That's ok, cause windows is a 32-bit extensions to a 16-bit graphical shell for an 8-bit operating system originally coded for a 4-bit microprocessor by a 2-bit company that can't stand 1 bit of competition :D
     
  22. Paul Wilders

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    Mickey,

    That's extremely funny! :D. May I quote that one on ocassion?

    regards.

    paul
     
  23. ViralTest

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    Hey guys why does it take it so long for you to update the signature with the IRSERVE (ServeU) IRC server trojan?
    It's been over a week, others have done it like Bitdefender...and believe me the trojan is quite real let say that from an nice IRC chanell I could browse movies that were on my harddrive. :)

    P.S.
    A more complete .exe file was just sent to you guys.
    Cheers
     
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