Delete or Rename ?

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by CartoonBoy, Jan 21, 2005.

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  1. CartoonBoy

    CartoonBoy Registered Member

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    Hello to all at Wilders,

    I love this place. A nice bunch of people with an intelligent approach. Anyway, I have a trial version of NOD32 and I love it. I will be getting the full version. I also put a trial onto my Dad's CPU to give it a chance of survival so last night we found 2,221 viruses ( Netsky worm ). I chose to rename these files rather than delete. It seemed to clean them up. What's the difference?

    Thanks :)
     
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    snowbound Retired Moderator

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    The trial version is 2.12.4.

    I'll move this over to the NOD32 v2 forum for better attention. ;)



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  3. Marcos

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    When a known virus is found, feel free to delete it unless you're positive it's a false positive (which is unlikely to happen, but possible). If an unknown virus is found, tick the Copy to quarantine checkbox and then choose to delete it. Finally, send the content of your quarantine (program files\eset\infected) to sample@eset.com for analysis. Before you submit the files, we highly recommend to remove any known viruses from quarantine (open the NOD32 Control center - NOD32 system tools - Quarantine and remove all but unknown viruses from the list).
     
  4. CartoonBoy

    CartoonBoy Registered Member

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    Perfect! thanks very much ;)
     
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