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Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Hiker, Jan 2, 2008.

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  1. Hiker

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    Anyone else have this problem? It happens in all folders under Threat Protection. Below that it's normal
     

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  2. NOD32 user

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    I've seen it often enough - doesn't impact on protection.

    Cheers :)
     
  3. Stijnson

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    Perhaps I'm missing something. What exactly is wrong in the screenshot?
     
  4. De Hollander

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    Video card driver issue?
     
  5. Hiker

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    It doesn't look like this....
     

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    Updating the video card drives to the very latest might help . Otherwise , v3 has this fixed
     
  7. Hiker

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    I haven't notices a problem on any other program GUI but I'll try updating the driver.

    I couldn't figure out how to configure v3 to work with CFP to pass leaktests. Are there any real advantages to v3 over v2.7?
     
  8. ASpace

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    Have you tried Eset Smart Security ?
     
  9. Hiker

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    Not yet. I installed CFP before I heard of EAV v3 or ESS.
     
  10. ASpace

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    www.esetsmartsecurity.com

    Try it . If you don't like it , you can easily revert to NOD32 2.7 and CPF.

    1. Uninstall COMODO
    2. Reboot
    3. Make sure there are no leftovers of COMODO
    4. Uninstall NOD32 2.7
    5. Reboot
    6. Manuall delete C:\Program files\ESET
    7. Ensure you have Windows Firewall temporary enabled
    8. Download the trial version of Eset Smart Security
    9. Install ESS
    10. Configure it (Strict protection or Allowed sharing)
    11. Since you have used COMODO , you may wish not automatic firewall filtering but the Interactive mode >>> from Advanced Setup Tree -> Personal Firewall
     
  11. Hiker

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    I may try it, I like NOD32 but I'm not one for suites.

    I've spent the last month playing with CFP, (after initial disastrous result with the 1st release of CFP v3), so re-installing it shouldn't be a problem.

    Since I'm behind a router at home, the only reason I'm looking for a software firewall other than windows, is for public Wifi. Problem is I'm a little technically challenged. o_O
     
  12. ASpace

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    Hmmm ... any firewall , including Windows Firewall , can keep intruders out no matter what the connection is (this includes public insecure wi-fi) . IMO , vendors advertising firewalls with dedicated wi-fi protections do more marketing than having any special benefit of such "dedicated firewalls".

    However , Windows Firewall in XP hasn't got an outgoing protection , if you want such thing , you know where to seek :thumb:
     
  13. Hiker

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    Thanks for clearing that up. I'll try ESS when I have a couple days to play around.

    Any documentation I can look at beforehand?
     
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