Try esetsoftware.com or eset.us
because they are linked to http://www.eset.com/home/home.htm
jupp, So please let an Eset Moderator reply...
OK, no problem... ;)
What is the address of nod32 folder installed in your pc? for example, is it C:\Program Files\Eset ?
Do you have nod32kui String Value in your registry?
I'm sorry, yes, My information was for version 1 & 2. ;D now for version 2.5 AH is enabled for AMON by default.
I don't think Marcos, Are you sure?
It is good to say the users, With AMON, IMON and EMON they are completely protected. (+ on-demand scanning)
Yes, but there is a 'not good' thing, AH is disabled for AMON.
As I said, With AMON enabled, there is no chance for any infiltration. :)
The archived files may have Auto-Extract function which can open...
I don't think his settings are the problem. ;)
OK, So Packer is unknown for nod32 scan engine. (With AMON enabled, there is no chance for any infiltration)
Will added in next version, I wish ;D
It is a bit abnormal, because you scanned 204MB in 0 second. So it is better to say your on-demand scanner can not scan this file. maybe the file...
But I don't think we add its signature as a virus tool ;D
Heh heh, good point...
Because Kav detects this 'test file' as a Trojan ;D
Open notepad and write:
You send batch emails with pop3 and OE?!!!
Really God bless you ;D
You can also disable 'scan outgoing emails', but as Happy Bytes said, it is better if you disable EMON completely. ;D
Please double click on TMP and TEMP and then compare with snapshots.
Maybe the TMP and TEMP system variables are not defined in your system after restoring, or the directories to which they point do not actually...
One of the famous virus researchers absolutely is "Happy Bytes".
A virus researcher except being skilful in virus programming, must be able...
No problem, harmless ;)
Because a lot of AVs detect this DOS tool as a malware, so, Happy Bytes, it is now in your mail box. ;D
This one received... ;D
But there is not any reply in samples@ESET.com...
Mike, you analyzed?!!! >:( I'm very angry from you ;D
It is good if you try NOD32 also in the next time. ;)
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