Are these NOD32 Files ...... ?

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by mypenry, Mar 5, 2007.

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  1. mypenry

    mypenry Registered Member

    May 2, 2006
    Central Thailand
    HI I am having a problem with a-squared deep scanning as it keeps showing the following files as Infections ....

    Heuristic.AchiveBomb in C:/ Program Files / EST / updfiles/upd64.ver

    Heuristic.AchiveBomb in C:/ Program Files / EST / updfiles/upd341F.ver

    ive posted at the a-squared form and they susgested .......

    You might like to check in the Nod32 support forum on Wilders whether your files are valid.

    this was my post to a-squared forum .......

    HI , I am fairly new to computers, and have been running a-squared 2.5 beta Free for some
    Time now without any problems but over the last two day’s after using the deep scan facility,
    The program keeps alerting me to the same infection …. Its shows this …..

    1. Heuristic.AchiveBomb in C:/ Program Files / EST / updfiles/upd64.ver
    2. Heuristic.AchiveBomb in C:/ Program Files / EST / updfiles/upd341F.ver
    3. and shown as unknown
    and I put the two Infections in Quarantine and decided to seek help,

    As far as I can see and understand the EST, is the
    NOD32 program I have also installed..?

    And I think may be every time NOD32 ( Version 2.7 ) updates, the a-squared deep scan shows
    A new update file form NOD32..? As a infection for some reason, or may be
    As a newbie, ive got it all wrong…?

    Update ... to day I ran a second new deep scan and the two infections were found again
    which ive yet again put in quarntine , I can't understand how if the first time the infections
    were put in quarantine, how come to day on this new second deep scan its found the
    same two infections once again ...? its all ways the same Two Files

    Could some please advise what to do next…? Or can comment on what
    The deep scan findings mean..? , ive done a search but it’s a bit confusing for me….

    Thanks ……

    so can any one here at Wilders NOD32 confirm that infact the above files are NOD32 files,

    one other comment ive had is ......

    I've checked all my computers, they are running Win2003, Vista32 & WinXP. All are running Nod32 & all do not have the .ver files you list. The only .ver files I have are upd.ver & lastupd.ver.

    So this makes me think the files may be some thing other than NOD files...?

    Thanks ......
  2. smiller

    smiller Registered Member

    Mar 6, 2007
    I have had NOD32 v2.5 installed since October, 2006. I have two file types in my X:\Program Files\ESET\updfiles (NOT "EST"):


    17 files named "nodxxxx.nup" where "xxxx" seems to be a hash of the program code update number.

    Nothing else. You _may_ have a problem there....

  3. mrtwolman

    mrtwolman Eset Staff Account

    Dec 5, 2002
    ESET folder is usually on system drive in Program Files/ESET....
  4. Bubba

    Bubba Updates Team

    Apr 15, 2002
    Just a little feedback until mypenry can hopefully update this thread.

    @ A2 forum....
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