Extra settings for Nod32 v2.7 - revised 22-12-2006

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  1. Blackspear

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    Re: Extra settings for Nod32

    Your “NOD32 Control Centre” is located in the “System Tray”, at the bottom right hand corner of your desktop.

    Click on this icon to bring up the “NOD32 Control Centre”.


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    Extra settings for Nod32

    1. Click on “Update”.

    2. You will see NOD32 starting to download from one of the update servers its first update, this will bring NOD32 fully up-to-date with the latest virus signatures.


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    Re: Extra settings for Nod32

    A balloon will appear when the virus signature database has been successfully updated.

    Please NOTE: this screenshot shows a virus signature update that is now OLD.


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    Re: Extra settings for Nod32

    AMON

    1. Click on “AMON”

    2. Click on “Setup”


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    Re: Extra settings for Nod32

    1. Click on the “Options” tab.

    2. Place a tick in “Potentially unsafe applications”.


    WARNING: enabling this option might result in deletion of Remote Adminstrative Programs such as those used by Network Administrators.


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    Re: Extra settings for Nod32

    1. Click on “Actions” tab

    2. Choose a Radio Button that suits your needs.

    If you are new to NOD32 or a novice with a computer, you may want to have NOD32 “Clean automatically”, however, should AMON find a “False Positive” it will delete the file even if it proves to be non-viral at a later date. Though this remains a possibility, it is unlikely for the average user.

    3. Click on “OK”.


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    Re: Extra settings for Nod32

    1. Click on the “Exclusions” tab. If you are having issues with a file being continually scanned, you may be pointed to here in order to exclude such a file.

    2. Click “OK”.


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    Re: Extra settings for Nod32

    DMON


    1. Click on “DMON”.

    2. Click on “Setup”.


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    Re: Extra settings for Nod32

    1. Click on the “Setup” tab.

    2. Place a tick in “Potentially unsafe applications”.


    WARNING: enabling this option might result in deletion of Remote Adminstrative Programs such as those used by Network Administrators.


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    Re: Extra settings for Nod32

    1. Click on the “Actions” tab

    2. The actions you have chosen are for specific file types, in this instance “Files”. Clicking on the drop down arrow reveals the next step.

    Follow the Red Arrows and choose Radio Buttons that suit your needs.

    If you are new to NOD32 or a novice with a computer, you may want to have NOD32 “Clean automatically”, however, should DMON find a “False Positive” it will delete the file even if it proves to be non-viral at a later date. Though this remains a possibility, it is unlikely for the average user.

    If NOD32 ever warns of a “Probable NewHeur_PE virus found”, please do the following:

    1. Place a tick in the Quarantine check-box
    2. Select Delete
    3. Send the quarantined file to Eset: samples@nod32.com

    This file can be found here:

    C> Program files> Eset> Infected

    Note: this folder will only be displayed/made when you first receive an infected file and it is sent to Quarantine.


    Quarantine ONLY makes a secure copy of the Virus or Trojan found so it can be sent to Eset for further analysis, it does NOT isolate the Virus or Trojan.


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    Re: Extra settings for Nod32

    Follow the Red Arrows and choose Radio Buttons that suit your needs.

    The same advice for each choice can be found in the post that covers DMON> Actions tab.

    1. Clicking on the drop down arrow reveals the next step.


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    Re: Extra settings for Nod32

    Follow the Red Arrows and choose Radio Buttons that suit your needs.

    The same advice for each choice can be found in the post that covers DMON> Actions tab.

    1. Clicking on the drop down arrow reveals the next step.


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    Re: Extra settings for Nod32

    Follow the Red Arrows and choose Radio Buttons that suit your needs.

    The same advice for each choice can be found in the post that covers DMON> Actions tab.

    2. Click on “OK”.


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    Re: Extra settings for Nod32

    EMON


    Note: EMON is now installed by default for use with Microsoft OUTLOOK (not Outlook EXPRESS)


    1. Click on “EMON”.

    2. Click on “Setup”.


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    Re: Extra settings for Nod32

    1. Click on “Scanner”.

    2. Place a tick in “Scan plain text message bodies” and “Scan RTF message bodies”; I know, but they said the same thing about jpeg files.


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    Re: Extra settings for Nod32

    1. Click on “Detection”.

    2. Place a tick in “Potentially dangerous applications”.


    WARNING: enabling this option might result in deletion of Remote Adminstrative Programs such as those used by Network Administrators.


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    Re: Extra settings for Nod32

    1. Click on “Extensions”.

    2. Place a tick in “Scan extensionless files”.


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    Re: Extra settings for Nod32

    1. Click on “Actions”.

    Follow the Red Arrows and choose Radio Buttons that suit your needs.

    The same advice for each choice can be found in the post that covers DMON> Actions tab.

    2. Clicking on the drop down arrow reveals the next step.


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    Re: Extra settings for Nod32

    Follow the Red Arrows and choose Radio Buttons that suit your needs.

    The same advice for each choice can be found in the post that covers DMON> Actions tab.

    2. Clicking on the drop down arrow reveals the next step.


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    Re: Extra settings for Nod32

    Follow the Red Arrows and choose Radio Buttons that suit your needs.

    The same advice for each choice can be found in the post that covers DMON> Actions tab.

    2. Clicking on the drop down arrow reveals the next step.


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    Re: Extra settings for Nod32

    Follow the Red Arrows and choose Radio Buttons that suit your needs.

    The same advice for each choice can be found in the post that covers DMON> Actions tab.


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    Re: Extra settings for Nod32

    1.Click on “Environment”.

    Follow the Red Arrow and choose a Radio Button that suits your need.


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    Re: Extra settings for Nod32

    1. Click on “Logs”.

    Place a tick in “Log all files”.

    2. Click on “OK”.


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    Re: Extra settings for Nod32

    IMON

    1. Click on “IMON”.

    2. Click on “Setup”.


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    Re: Extra settings for Nod32

    1. Click on the “POP3” tab.

    2. Click on “Compatibility Setup” > setup


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