KAV PDMs Bugs

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by aigle, Jun 16, 2007.

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  1. aigle

    aigle Registered Member

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    Mentioned in same thread too.
     
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    EP XOFF, is EP XOFF...................a real sweetheart, you a bit late though Aigle..............this was posted several times including on the Kaspersky forum. :)
     
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    I think not posted here. Not visisted KAV forums though.
    I saw that thread and I know a sort of war betwen them and gmer etc going on.
    Not good to see all this stuff but I don,t expect it to be stopped as well.
     
  6. Don Pelotas

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    No, of course that war won't be stopped and it can be quite entertaining at times! :)
     
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    No patch yet?
     
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    Not yet.
    Be patient. Are working hard on it.
     
  11. Don Pelotas

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    This vulnerability is classified as low risk because of its local nature: the user has to manually launch the exploit on his computer. Exploiting the vulnerability results in a critical system error (BSOD) but does not escalate privileges or provide a remote user with control over the computer......end of QUOTE
     
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    Looks like those of us running Vista don't have to worry about it at all:D
     
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