can nod32 protect me if i run packed virus?

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by why, Dec 13, 2005.

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  1. why

    why Guest

    can nod32 protect me if i run packed virus? and nod32 can not discover it only after extraction


    what will happen if click it ?

    can the trojan destroy the nod32 ?
    can it block it
     
  2. why

    why Guest

    also

    what is better ? find the virus by On Demand scan or by realtime protection?


    about my self . last month i have download prorat trojan as flash game so i scan it by nod32 and i found nothing so i click it but after that the nod32 alarm me there is trojan
    so i restart my computer and i scan my computer again again and i also nod32 alarm my there is virus in my system32 folder !!!
    so the realtime can not prevent the infection
    so i format my computer than i use KAV and scan the same file and found the trojan

    so if i know there is a tojan i will not click it


    also id like to know what is the differnet between packed and run-time
    i found this in nod32 and i dont know what is the diffrent between them
     
  3. Patrician

    Patrician Registered Member

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    It appears you have found NOD's weakness.
     
  4. RejZoR

    RejZoR Registered Member

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    Packed (aka Archived) are ZIP,RAR,ACE,7z archives, run-time packed are UPX,UPack,PE_Compact etc...
    Archives are "cached" to disk at extraction point, runtime packers are extracted directly in memory without disk in between.
     
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