Does Nod32 have a script protection?

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Oue, Oct 12, 2005.

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  1. Oue

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    does Nod32 have a script protection like KAV?
     
  2. mrtwolman

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    The answer is yes
     
  3. RejZoR

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    The correct answer is NO. NOD32 doesn't check scripts executed through WSH.
    But scanning executed embedded scripts i webpages is different than scaning script files... some of them are theoretically blocked by IMON HTTP...
     
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    Thx, TheTOM_SK. Nice app! ;)
     
  6. Beck_

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    So we are not protected against script viruses with NOd?
     
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    Well, IMON theoretically scans every file from the internet and then AMON rescan again the files downloaded to your computer. So every virus will be catched. :)
     
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    I've seen a lot of scripts detected heuristically plus there are many signatures as well so it's not true that you are not protected at all.
     
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    Yeah,thats true just because NOD32 has IMON HTTP. Without it, heuristics or signatures would be useless since some stuff is executed directly in browser without caching the data. And thats the major pro of HTTP scanning.
    avast! is folowing this for quiet some time too and now also Kaspersky.
     
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    Well don't mess script viruses with scripts. They aren't the same thing although result is pretty much similar...
     
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    With programs like SnagIt or the great free Screenshot Captor ;)
     
  14. JVM

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    Do you know if they work with Firefox? I have XP.
     
  15. rdsu

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    They work with every program ;)
     
  16. JVM

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    Sounds good to me.

    Thanks!
     
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    I use this along with NOD32 without apparent conflict (Windows ME):

    ScripTrap

    You can take screenshots using the Prt Scr key (or Alt+Prt Scr for active window) on your keyboard, then paste (or paste special) into MS Paint, then save the result as an image file without the need for third party software, but I like Irfanview better than Paint.
     
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    Isn't that a conflict in itself :rolleyes: ;) :D

    :D :D :D
     
  19. Elwood

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    Apparently not, I haven't had a major problem or reinstalled Windows since mid 2001. Takes a bit of tweaking to really run well.

    [added]

    This date coincides with my exclusive use of Gecko based browsers except for Windows Update.
     
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  20. Brian N

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    Alt + Prt Scr button, then copy it into Paint or any other photo app :)
     
  21. JVM

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    How do I load the photo and what file extension?
     
  22. Brian N

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    Ok.

    1. Alt+Prt Scr will take a screenshot of the app you have highlighted.
    2. Open Paint (or click Start > Run > Type paint)
    3. Click Edit and select Paste.
    4. Click files and select Save as... Then choose either jpg or gif
    5. If you wanna include it here, scroll down when you are typing in your reply and look for the button "Manage Attachments", select your saved gif/jpg file and hit upload. Done deal :D

    More detailed: https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=63957
     
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    I used a different program, saved it as JPEG image, uploaded it via Attach Files, and while it showed in Attach Files as a link, the photo didn't show when I previewed the message here.
     
  24. Brian N

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    Yeah they never show in preview if you upload it here, only if you use external servers for your images ie. imageshack.
     
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    Oh, I read your link and now realize the photo doesn't show in the preview :oops:
     
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