"In-the-cloud" Technology

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by kresirys, Sep 21, 2008.

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  1. kresirys

    kresirys Registered Member

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    There are many AV-Vendoers developing a new technology called "In-the-cloud":shifty: .

    Panda's is called "Collective Intelligence" , McAfee's is called "Artemis" and Norton's is called "Norton Community Watch":blink: .

    In the latest test of AV-Test , all of above had better detection rates and faster respond time:thumb: .

    I suggest that ESET shoud start to develop your own "In-the-cloud" technology(Or you have started develop it from a long time ago:eek: !?).

    'Couse "Today 15,000 new viruses will be created..." , for the faster respond time "In-the-cloud" technology is a new way:) .

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    eset has THREATSENSE TECHNOLOGY. no need for new one. just improve it
     
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    norton had SONAR
    mc affe had ARTEMIS
    trend micro had IN THE CLOUD
    bitdefender had BHAVE
    NOD32 HAS THREATSENSE
     
  4. Marcos

    Marcos Eset Staff Account

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    Only 15,000? This seems to be a quite small number as we get much more via ThreatSense :D
     
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    I'd feel fooled if more than 15000 ... Tell your webmaster to change the site :D
     

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  6. kresirys

    kresirys Registered Member

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    They are all different kinds of technologies:cautious: .

    It seems you have to read about "In-the-cloud" technology first:ouch: .

    BTW , F-Secure also has a similar technology:
    It means you connection with the AV-Vendors' server and get the result in a few time even seconds:D .
     
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    twl845 Registered Member

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    This "In the cloud technology" became the new buz word when Google launched its new browser "Chrome" on Sept. 3rd. Just like the browser, its got a ways to go before we'll be using it, unless I haven't read enough Google alerts yet. ;)
     
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    IN THE CLOUD IS FROM TREND MICRO
     
  9. kresirys

    kresirys Registered Member

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    I think the name was from TrendMicro is right , but in Chinese it is the same mean:blink: .

    May be I should use the explain of Panda:p :
    And it seems Panda said they created the technology first:D :
     
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    the buzz word "in the cloud" has been bandied around for the last 2 years - in hosting, it is used for distributed computing and/or storage - basically - it means "not on your machine, but on another machine or machines - somewhere ELSE". It's "internet" by another name.

    Don't buy into the buzz-word - it has ALWAYS existed since you started downloading your updates using your very first modem and information was passed back the other way...
     
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    lol Marcos got owned by his own marketing department.
     
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