IMON question

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by MAL123, Sep 7, 2004.

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  1. MAL123

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    The imon "scanned files" never goes up... it just stays at 0... dont think its doing anything :S I tried to download the eicar test file from their website and it DID pick it up but that was amon not imon... imon doesnt scan my email files either... i've tried putting everything to max compatibility and max efficiency but still no difference and yes it is enabled and not disabled...

    I'm sporting NOD32 2.12.1, Windows XP with SP2.

    Thanks,
    Marc.
     
  2. ronjor

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    If this were happening to me, I would unistall NOD, delete the Eset folder in program files and try a new install.

    If that doesn't work, it will take more discussion.
     
  3. MAL123

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    well umm is it common for this to happeno_O I am using internet explorer so I dont see why imon should have any problems with it... Just reinstalling it should fix it though?
     
  4. MAL123

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    and whats this i read about imon corrupting downloads... this happens to everyone or only a few people...
     
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    I have never heard of this happening until today.

    Are you using any other security programs on your computer?
     
  6. MAL123

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    as for av no but i do use outpost firewall... xp sp2's new feature dep have anything to do with this??
     
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    I use xp sp2 with Kerio 2.15 with the dep setting in default and have no problems.
     
  8. MAL123

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    I did read that outpost had some problems with dep and needed to be set as an exclusion... i'll try that and see if anything changes with imon.. (since outpost monitors network connections too)
     
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    Standing by. :)
     
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    Do you know, are you sure that your system is totally clean of viruses and malware?

    Cheers :D
     
  11. MAL123

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    seem to have done the job :) Imon is scanning files now... the bug was with outpost 2.1 and dep they suggested to exclude it from dep until 2.5 was released where it would then be fixed... another thing i noticed is that when i rebooted once after adding outpost to the exclude list of dep nod32 was blank... it had nothing in the window where you would normally see imon and dmon and amon etc... I used the shortcut to load it... after a little while maybe 10-15 secs i saw a message about imon so i think the dep was preventing outpost from doing something and in return outpost might have been preventing imon from doing its thing... anyways after that imon message it asked for a reboot and everything works fine now... :)

    Thanks for the comments :)
    Marc.
     
  12. MAL123

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    imon is so sexy with its blocking stuff at http level lol
     
  13. ronjor

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    Glad it's working. Thanks for the follow up.
     
  14. MAL123

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    you ever try outpost firewall yourself?
     
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    Yes. I have a license.
     
  16. MAL123

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    whats your thoughts on kerio vs outpost (2.1?) ??
     
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