Discussion in 'other anti-trojan software' started by Blackspear, Oct 18, 2004.
Why would Ewido delete obsolete signatures? Surely the database would continually grow?
From time to time we release a new database, the old signatures are simply deleted because you then would have 126.000 signatures
No worries, it still seems a little odd, I would have thought signatures would have just been continually added, as in last week, say 49,000, this week, 49,010, next month now 49,050, next year 49,400 etc etc, I don't see a point in deleteing a database unless it become corrupt...
may be multiple variant of worms of malware can be added into a single entry in the Database with new engine
yep, now I have a similar prob, it worked fine for so many days...I tried a lot (not everything cause my knowledge will not be that extensive on friday eve...) but I get an error: server error: wrong answer lengt:A..... .... .... ....(all ... are qubics or something like that)
OK, I should have known this but the comptability issue with nod32 (higher efficiency is clearly not working )
WoW!...Never seen that, ever, only ever ever seen Updates.........Mmmm!
Hi Cochise, maybe you have a virus
I don't think so
Normally you don't see that message, you can just read it when our servers are overloaded
I was kiddin... ... damn belgian jokes...
should have said something else...
Issue discussed here https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=51219
thanx Blackspear, it is fixed allready. stupid me...
Great to see, and it happens to all of us at some point in time, be it a bad day, simply forgetting or plain just not knowing
All the best...
Infinity, I just started trialing ewido, what compatibility issues are you having with NOD, I haven't had any but then it's only been a couple hours that I have had ewido. What probs are you having?
Nothing at all, just need to set IMON to Higher Compatibility for updates.
Ah, that's why I haven't had any problems 2.12.3 already sets it that way. I am pretty impressed with Ewido so far, it's already found a few tracking cookies Adaware missed. Thanks buddy, How ya been?
My pleasure, I have found it pretty good also, I use it as a backup to Nod32, running it about once a month.
I'm doing really well, almost finished renovating, another day should have it completed
All the best…
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