ESET is Infirm in Virus Definition

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by iSaad, Jul 7, 2008.

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  1. iSaad

    iSaad Registered Member

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    I am using ESET one year in my computer. and i update it continual. but upshot i understand it cant definition new viruses and spywares. it is weak. my system was uncleaned by 2 virus, ESET was cant know one of them and cant delete one other. is use Kaspersky, it remove them well. i sayed this to my friend. he says peradventure i knowed before you and change my antivirus.
    Kaspersky was slow and heavy in scan and decreased my windows booting and i changed it to Avast! .

    I'm sorry for my bad english. do you know my talks and my purpose ?
     
  2. PaulB2005

    PaulB2005 Registered Member

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    Hi.

    I understand exactly what you are saying. Howerver the truth is with the vast numbers of viruses and varients being released these days NO Anti Virus can detect 100% of viruses.

    You may have been unlucky this time. Next time someone with NOD might have the threat detected and removed and the person with Kaspersky might not be able to detect and remove.
     
  3. lodore

    lodore Registered Member

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    Hello,
    for undetected samples put the file in a password protected zip or winrar file with the password virus. and send them to the email address in the following link
    as for detected but cannot clean you could always show a screenshot and eset will be able to help you.
    what version of nod32 do you have installed 2.7 or 3.0?
    if its 2.7 i reccomend you download 3.0 uninstall 3.7 reboot and install 3.0 and then do a scan and clean.
     
  4. Bubba

    Bubba Updates Team

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    Your purpose ?....not actually but I'll attempt to summarize.

    You found that Nod 32 did not "definition new viruses and spywares". You then switched to "Kaspersky, it remove them well" and now you "changed it to Avast!"

    In the future when you are using Nod32 again and you come across malware Nod32 should recognize, send it to samples[at]eset.com.

    Since you are now using Avast, we'll bring this thread to a close since there is no apperance of Nod32 support needed other than where to send malware samples.

    Bubba
     
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