NEWS FLASH! . . . VB100 #21

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 1 Forum' started by rodzilla, Jan 29, 2003.

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  1. rodzilla

    rodzilla Registered Member

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    NOD32 has just won its 21st Virus Bulletin VB100 Award ... maintaining its long-standing record as the world leader in these prestigious awards!

    Once again, NOD32 made a "clean sweep" of 100% of all viruses in all categories!
     
  2. Tinribs

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    Congratulations to all at Eset, certainly an outstanding record :)
     
  3. puff-m-d

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    Yes indeed, congratulations are definitely in order for ESET and the NOD32 team for an unrivaled record!!! Keep up the good work!!!!!

    Regards,
    Kent
     
  4. Melwyn

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    Where ? Don't find the web page relating this :)
     
  5. claire

    claire Guest

    Maybe this could help


    http://toronto.virusbtn.com/vb100/archives/products.xml?table
     
  6. ddlooping

    ddlooping Guest

    Hello all, and congrats to Eset. :)

    According to this same chart, a few other products get a "100%" both for XP and 2000.
    Does it mean I can "trust" my Norton AV 2002?
    Or should I think of switching to NOD32 and why? ;)
     
  7. ddlooping

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    P.S: I've just used the "eicar" test file and Norton AV successfully caught the "virus".
    Don't know if means much though. :)
     
  8. Primrose

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    It means your Norton AV is active and running. That is about it..and that is nice to know since many current exploits out there also have the ability to disable AV and other Security Programs.
     
  9. Primrose

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    You may switch to NOD32 any time you wish or use both of those product..just make sure if you do you set each up to make sure there is no conflict.

    Would you like to do that?

    Use what product YOU trust . Has your Norton AV 2002 given you reason to think it is not protecting your system? Has your system ever been infected during the time you have used that product?

    If so we welcome you to try NOD32.

    Be Well,
    John
     
  10. Paul Wilders

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    John,

    There are no premisses as for giving NOD32 a try ;).

    regards.

    paul
     
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