Anybody know when ESET is going to release a def for this guy?

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  1. hoenlere

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    File PIC006.JPG-www.photoshare.com received on 01.31.2008 14:51:45 (CET)
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  3. hoenlere

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    Did so yesterday via email.
     
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    Then I guess we'll have to wait until they add it.
     
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    I'm new to NOD32. Do you know if there is any way (or will be any way) to create our own virus defs? I had that functionality in symantec and it saved me much hassle over the years.
     
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    Not that I know of, but perhaps someone else knows the definite answer to this.
     
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