ESS Version 3.0.566 Available

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by Thankful, Nov 15, 2007.

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  1. Thankful

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  2. Number99

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    Thanks for the heads-up!
     
  3. larryb52

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    I load it up when I get home, here's hoping it boots faster as well as scans faster...
     
  4. psychokilla

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    Doesn't the program update itself?
     
  5. Number99

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    No, it does not.
     
  6. psychokilla

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    Why does the program have the following in the setup then?
     

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  7. sjgore

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    Still 3.0.563 on UK site.

    That's a very good question!

    Steve.

    -EDIT- The download from the UK site is 566, even though the page says 563.
     
  8. proactivelover

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    please tell us admin's
    what's new
     
  9. PatG

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    Ran a scan right after installation. No improvement in speed, takes same time as before. :cautious:
     
  10. SteveBlanchard

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    Doubt the Kernel issue has been fixed ...

    "We must discuss about possibilities...So I assume this will be fixed in one of later releases. With Admin permissions there is always a way how to disable AV, so it’s not critical.

    Best Regards."

    Nice to find out it has been fixed now, no doubt someone will tell us.
     
  11. bluesprite

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    They've probably been working on 3.0.566 since the previous one was released, they didn't even consider fixing the kernel protection issue until two days ago, you can't expect a fix in just one day. It'll take longer than that, if we'll be seeing it in version 3 at all.
     
  12. larryb52

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    if it's really nothing new is it worth uninstalling & reinstalling?, I may try the AV & Outpost to see if I get a better boot...
     
  13. Trooper

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    I assume you can install over the top? Well, gonna try it right now anyways... Figures I just installed 563 last night. :cautious:
     
  14. PatG

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    Yep, thats what I did, on two machines and no problem. :)
     
  15. nodyforever

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    No relevant changelog :)
     
  16. Trooper

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    Thanks, same here. No problems to report so far either.
     
  17. OMEGA_RAZER

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    for critical Updates they have to push out instead of have users upgrade.
     
  18. EnGenie

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    I was using NOD32 2.7 and Outpost 4.0 until I decided to give ESS a try.
    Boot time is much faster now.

    Outpost 4.0 is a great firewall but can be a bit of a resource hog at times, especially during boot and logon.

    Agnitum seem to have taken one step forwards and two steps backwards with Outpost 2008.

    I will be sticking with ESS. :cool:
     
  19. proactivelover

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    i think they forgot to write about bsod in win2ksp4 fix
     

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  20. psychokilla

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    BSD is a UNIX operating system. It doesn't mean Blue Screen of Death, which is BSOD
     
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