Oh i remember your AUDI :D BTW, i coulnt find your license plate there! Iirc, it was VIRCOP?
Anyway, here's wishing you the very best of...
I've myself experienced Nod32 choking on some files (mostly packed files).
I had a minor disk thrashing issue with v4.7 when burning large files to DVD on Vista x64. Is anyone facing any such issue with v4.8?
^^ The site name is visible in the first screen shot ;)
Yeah, they use eTrust in my company, and that's the only choice :(
ActiveX does not work on Linux :)
Have a look here for your update issues: http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showpost.php?p=1014896&postcount=18
Who needs AOL servers when you can have kaspersky ones :)
Hmm.. I didnt notice any bugs so far.. Though i use windows rarely :)
You are welcome ;D
Yup.. That's what was intended from adding the line to hosts :) You are good to go :)
You need to edit the file named "hosts"
DO NOT touch any previous entries!
Just goto the last line and ADD 127.0.0.1, then press a tab, then type download.newaol.com :)
Dunno! Working absolutely fine here! (both on XP and Vista) Did you shift to kaspersky servers?
Agreed.. AOL update servers are rubbish.. I gave a quick fix on how to use kaspersky servers for updates here. That works quite well! :)
Just add the entry:
to your c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts file, and then AOL will use kaspersky...
1. No PDM
2. No Web AV
Nope.. It aint a beta version.. And its working perfect on vista! :D
Re: Active Virus Shield, new version?
Yes, as listed on http://www.kaspersky.com/productupdates?chapter=186435857
It IS the latest KAV 6...
Was just trying out AOL AVS, and noticed something.. The file gets downloaded from this directory: http://download.nullsoft.com/avs/
^^ We'l have to ask Mike to make a video ;D
Heh.. This is by our very own Inspector Clouseau!
One of the crazy things at my home is a robot who walks around and feeds the cat. It...
^^ Yup.. An AV might be needed if you are running a server or something like that.. But IMHO, its not needed for a desktop user :)
1. Any specefic reason why you are running NOD32 on linux? Cuz an AV is NOT NEEDED on linux.
2. Yes, as covaro mentioned, remove those semicolons. :)
Separate names with a comma.