V5 and Outpost

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus/Smart Security Beta' started by Escalader, Jul 19, 2011.

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  1. toxinon12345

    toxinon12345 Registered Member

    not necessary, just restore HIPS to default settings
  2. Escalader

    Escalader Registered Member

    We are forgetting Stems advice in post following:


    Nod32 OFF on HIPS it is buggy, Outpost ON.

    I'm following that.

    BTW when I had Nod32 on interactive and OP on Rules wizard with OP's HIPS features OFF I got a freeze and had to reboot.

    Since following the advice in post 18 no more BSOD's or freezes.
  3. toxinon12345

    toxinon12345 Registered Member

    disable the realtime anti malware protection, the anti-leak control, the component control and the system guard and other components such as file/registry access control before switching NOD32 HIPS to interactive mode.

    Even better if you can prevent the respective Outpost's drivers from loading, as that can be conflicting with NOD drivers and causing you performance problems.
    Last edited: Jul 29, 2011
  4. Stem

    Stem Firewall Expert

    That is actually an understatement.

    I have been re-checking with just NOD AV installed.

    If this was an alpha, or an early beta, then I would make some bug reports. But as it is classed as an RC, then it is a joke, and not worth the effort.

    - Stem
  5. Escalader

    Escalader Registered Member

    I hope that since NOD is here as a support forum that they will ask you for the bug reports and improve their product.

    This practice of vendors (not just ESET) rushing products out before they are ready is a BIG issue in our business it really does need to be dealt with.
  6. ashishsingh1508

    ashishsingh1508 Registered Member

    I am using NOD32 ver 5 RC with Outpost 7.5.1(with Web Control and without antispyware) and both are running like butter...:)
  7. ashishsingh1508

    ashishsingh1508 Registered Member

    I first did clean install of outpost with web control and left anti spyware and then installed nod32.
    I have excluded outpost folder from nod32 realtime scanning and its running great
  8. Escalader

    Escalader Registered Member

    All I can offer you is:

    1) Nod is supposed to install first so OP can "adjust" so as to avoid compatibility issues. You have forgone any benefits that may provide.
    2) the support forum for OP is NOT here at Wilders but at


    3) I'm gald you are excluding these products from each other and running smooth.
  9. gibradford

    gibradford Registered Member

    Whats the bottom line on this? Nod32 HIPS off, Outpost ON? Or is it perfectly alright to have both HIPS features enabled?
  10. Escalader

    Escalader Registered Member

  11. siberianwolf

    siberianwolf Registered Member

    interesting thread. any news on this?
  12. Syobon

    Syobon Registered Member

    One security suite is already too much, you are draining your system performance...
  13. siberianwolf

    siberianwolf Registered Member

    the op, escalader that is, is a computer savvy buddy. so i don't think he'd have a setup taht'd drain and drown his system performance.
    besides, it ain't security suite but a standalone av sw & a standalone fw sw they're talking about here. moreover, he's talking about possible conflicts that might be caused by having hips component of that av sw enabled, so that he's asking other folks' opinions on whether to disable that component and the installation order that'd help getting over w/ conflict issues.
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