Modus operandi - high efficiency/compatibility

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Ocky, Nov 28, 2006.

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  1. Ocky

    Ocky Registered Member

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    After my 5th day using NOD32 and with help from the forum, you can now
    all consider me an expert ! ..he..he..he :p

    Unfortunately not quite there yet. Two questions:-

    1. I think I saw a thread somewhere here describing the 'modus operandi'
    of higher efficiency mode (eg. packets checked in their entirety before
    downloading) vs. higher compatibility mode. Can't seem to find this again.
    Can someone enlighten me ?

    2. In IMON HTTP, I have set 'Switch to passive mode for files larger than'
    to 1024kB and the time option to 24 seconds.
    Am on an unreliable 4MB developing country ADSL connection.
    (Speed varies - ave. about 2,5MB.
    Seems OK but any advice will be welcome !


    My opening remark is of course a bad joke. :D
     
  2. ASpace

    ASpace Guest

    Hi Ocky !

    Some more days and you'll really be an expert and will start advising other people about NOD32 :thumb:


    I recalled a thread which shows very good the differences between them but couldn't find unfortunately . IMON (the Internet monitoring) ,which checks all the HTTP traffic as well as the POP3 mail traffic , works in the early Winsock level so that it can scan/clean/remove infected stuff before they reach your PC/your hard drive . IMON works in two modes - Higher efficency and Higher compatibility . Since the HC mode is less troublemaker , it is set the default .


    4 MB means 4096 KB so 512kb/s
    2.5 ~ 314 kb/s Seems excellent ! :thumb: I would leave the Default settings (as shown on the screenshot)


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    Ocky Registered Member

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    Thanks for the info HiTech boy ! A deeper understanding of Higher Efficiency/
    Compatibility would be too deep for me. I am satisfied and commend you
    on the fast feedback. One of the best forums around ! :cool:
     
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