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Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by rdsu, Aug 6, 2005.

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  1. rdsu

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    Hi,

    is foreseen to be launched some improvements and bugs fixed for the "Internet Filter" of the NOD32 for the next times?

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  2. NOD32 user

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    o_O
    I've not personally experienced anything that I believe would fall into this category on any of the installations I've done so far, but occasionally an application will require a bit of configuration or tweaking of setting.
    Perhaps you would expand a bit more on what you mean by bugs?
    :)
     
  3. rdsu

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    Recently I have some problems when I use the Ad Muncher with HTTP Scanner enabled, and the author of AM said that IMON has always caused problems, so he disabled it...

    See this topic in the Ad Muncher forum: http://www.admuncher.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=296
     
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    Currently with IMON you can add an application to the exclusions list in the IMON setup 'Miscelaneous' tab if you've already tried setting it to 'Higher Compatability' mode and that didn't fix it. I'd sure be interested to hear if that makes any difference for you. :)
     
  5. rdsu

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    I already had tried the exclusion but didn't worked... :(
     
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    often there are other executables or dll's that are used by the main application. These can also be listed for exclusion if you want to try that. If you use process explorer from sysinternals it makes it pretty easy to see what or if any other modules are used. HTH :)
     
  7. rdsu

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    I can only set in the exclude list, executables.
     
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    enter *.* into the file name box and press enter. Then you will have a full list of files to choose from :)
     
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    I put the executable and 2 dll, but didn't work...
     
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    well, at least now you've tried it :)
    I'm not sure I have any other thing to suggest at this time, but please keep us all posted if you do :)
     
  11. rdsu

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    Thanks for the help ;)

    I would like to know something from the ESET team...
     
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    Can someone from the ESET team can help me!? :(
     
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    Maybe you should use FileMon from Sysinternals to monitor what files are actually used by Ad Muncher and then try excluding them in the IMON setup.
     
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    so maybe that means there wont be too much development on the current setup. suppose it depends on how far away version 3.0 is (and i'm not asking! ;) ).
     
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    No IMon? :doubt:

    Will it be replaced with something equivilent?
     
  16. rdsu

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    I asked to Ad Muncher team and this is the answer:
    I put all of them in the list, plus all the files under the Ad Muncher folder, but it seems that the NOD32 doesn't exclude them... :(
     
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    Did you put short path names too in the exclusion list ?
     
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    Try to put the short path names in the list.
    It is something like this :
    C:\PROGRA~1\.....

    You can see the short path by using the dir /X command in a cmd window (some tools can give you this too I guess)

    Hope this hepls ...
     
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