Giving away NOD

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Douglas, Oct 19, 2003.

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  1. Douglas

    Douglas Guest

    Hi everyone! :D
    When my computer broke, and I knew I wouldn't have a compter or be on the internet for a long time, I gave my NOD name and password to a friend. He downloaded NOD and entered my password and my name, and everything worked fine.
    After about 30 days (he's not sure) NOD stopped working.
    Does anyone know if you cannot give away NOD in this way?

    Thanks. :)
    Douglas
     
  2. testg

    testg Guest

    Well if your friend gave the username and password to others since he didn't give a crap about it (afterall he didn't pay for it). Then yes I would assume that your/his account got canned.

    Or maybe you subscription expired.
     
  3. Douglas

    Douglas Guest

    Hello testg,
    If I understand your response correctly, no, my friend would never have done that. He's very honest.
    My subscription started in August, I believe, so it hadn't expired.
    Thanks for responding.

    Regards,
    Douglas
     
  4. LowWaterMark

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    Hi Douglas,

    For licensing questions like this a direct email with Eset (or to the particular reseller where you got your license) is a much better way to address this. There can be all kinds of factors involved and they will need to check your purchasing and license information in any case.

    Main sales contact info is: sales@nod32.com
     
  5. Douglas

    Douglas Guest

    Thank you very much LWM.
    I'll do as you say.
    I miss you guys alot, btw! :'(

    Best Regards,
    Douglas
     
  6. LowWaterMark

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    No reason to miss us... We're always here and you're always welcome! :)

    Whenever you can please do stop by! (I take it your now back online, right? Or are you just borrowing a connection temporarily?)
     
  7. Douglas

    Douglas Guest

    Just borrowing a connection.
    About once every three weeks I come here to my friends house and then just spend the whole day catching up at Wilders instead of talking. :oops:
    In fact, my day is up, so once again, thanks.
    You're a great community.

    Sincerely,
    Douglas
     
  8. mrtwolman

    mrtwolman Eset Staff Account

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    IMHO licence (which includes login/password) is not transferable to third party withou ESEt consentn. Means you violated licence agreement.
    Plus addtional bonus - if some passwd gets too m,uch public on internet ESET would most likely cancel it. And for good reason....
     
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