Are the compatibility issues with Agnitum's firewall now resolved?

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by _Rupert_, Mar 31, 2008.

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  1. _Rupert_

    _Rupert_ Registered Member

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    Hey.

    Pretty much as the title suggests, back when NOD32 v3 was released, I'm pretty sure there were problems with people's systems who had NOD32 v3 and Outpost Firewall Pro.

    I have no idea whether this was Agnitum's or ESET's fault.. or a bit of both, but I was wondering whether NOD now play's nicely with Outpost.

    This is something I can't test myself for a few days... so was interested to hear what people said.

    Thanks :)
     
  2. ASpace

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    NOD32 has always played nicely with Outpost .

    I don't know for sure what problems you are talking about but it must be "the popular" local proxy . There is nothing to fix in this , it is ESET NOD32 and Smart Security design . ^Fixing it^ will mean global change to the whole desing and architecture of the software .

    If you don't want ekrn.exe route the traffic of the the applications that use POP3 and HTTP , you can always disable the protocol filtering or limit it to (a) certaint application(s) such as nothing but your web-browser only (for example)
     
  3. kC_

    kC_ Registered Member

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    outpost is incompatible with itself:argh: maybe they will get it right with v7:shifty:
     
  4. wrathchild

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    In general, NOD32 v3 and Outpost don't have any incompatibility.

    Personaly I've never had any problems with any version of Outpost Firewall Pro but I had with ESS and EAV.
     
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