Congratulations for Heuristics :D

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  1. pykko

    pykko Registered Member

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    Here's another proof of NOD32 awesome heuristics.
     

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  2. RejZoR

    RejZoR Registered Member

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    Ok nice, but these kind of threads are getting boring...
     
  3. pykko

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    Sorry!
     
  4. Brian N

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    Yup gotta love it ;)
     
  5. Firecat

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    NOD32 doing well still.....and another AV, too - but that's for the other AVs thread ;)
     
  6. pykko

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    the final proof..and that's final :D
     

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    Another one!
     

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  8. shamsay

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    kaspersky not detect anything?nod32 superb.great heuristics:)
     
  9. Brian N

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    hmmmm :D ;)
     
  10. jlo

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    I Agree that Nod32 is a great product that I use on my computer and KAV on another but lets not get carried away. No AV detects everything.

    Kind Regards

    James

    File: The_Ultimate_Destruction_1.0_Client.exe
    Status: INFECTED/MALWARE
    MD5 4eb08906c9691fa3d8243b0243410daa
    Packers detected: -
    Scanner results
    AntiVir Found Backdoor-Server/VB.ajj
    ArcaVir Found Trojan.Vb.Ajj
    Avast Found nothing
    AVG Antivirus Found BackDoor.Small.49.J
    BitDefender Found nothing
    ClamAV Found nothing
    Dr.Web Found BackDoor.Thud
    F-Prot Antivirus Found nothing
    Fortinet Found W32/VB.AJJ-bdr
    Kaspersky Anti-Virus Found Backdoor.Win32.VB.ajj
    NOD32 Found nothing
    Norman Virus Control Found nothing
    UNA Found nothing
    VBA32 Found Backdoor.Win32.VB.ajj
     
  11. Firecat

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    Agreed. :)
     
  12. wattsvilleblues

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    Nothing detects everything of course, but NOD32 is the only AV that has prevented my mates computer from becoming unuseable due to viruses over the past few years. Norton and McAfee both succumbed to infiltrations and a full format was required to fix things.

    NOD32 seems to have stopped everything he's been hit with (you should see his Threat log lol!), and I've verified that with other AVs used as on-demand scanners.
     
  13. mrtwolman

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    Well Fred Cohen proved this some 20 yrs ago in his PhD thesis :)
     
  14. Marcos

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    Advanced heuristics excels again, the signature followed almost instantly:
     

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  15. rothko

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    impressive, Marcos. i've had 2 updates (so far) this morning so assumed there was an outbreak of something. Advanced heuristc detection AND quick signature release - perfect! good work!
     
  16. pykko

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    very nice, Marcos! NOD32 improves day by day! Keep the good work ESET! ;)
     
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    Πολύ καλό Very good, thanks :D
     
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    Just updated the Blog with a new record :D
     
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    3 hourso_O :eek: :eek: :D nothing special :D
     
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    I can see the dangerous helicopter :D
     
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    :D :D :D How do you think i was able to make such a close photo from the 2nd floor opposite street? :D :D :D
     
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    3 hours I spent only with some bottle of wine or beers. :D
     
  24. rothko

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    can i just ask something about the earlier sober.R virus please?
    in this article http://news.zdnet.co.uk/internet/security/0,39020375,39226545,00.htm it says that 2 new sober variants were discovered thursday morning. it calls them O and P, and i'm guessing that .P is the .R signature that Eset released earlier as this one seems the most widespread. But what is the other Sober variant? or is the article incorrect?

    thanks, Lee
     
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