No One Said Anything? NOD32 Online Scanner

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by btman, May 30, 2007.

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  1. btman

    btman Registered Member

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    http://www.eset.com/company/article.php?contentID=3467

    Now I won't have to download V3 to test what it can/can't detect (I don't use NOD32 but I like to download it to see if its improved)... Woot...Sorry if this has been posted, but I couldn't find a post about it.
     
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    I noticed it, but I didn't bother :p :D
     
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    Oh well..... 3rd or 4th... Good enough lol.
     
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    Say who? They did have at least 1 thread about it.
     
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    Oooo that's handy. Well done ESET. :)
     
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    I personally don't like the idea of online free scanner and free cleaner . I think 30 day free is enough but ...
     
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    There are some people who don't have AV or any firewall on their computer and relies on online AV scanners.
     
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    Several off topic posts removed.
     
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    I like them, and use them often, sometimes I have to sit down and work on an infested machine. For those..you need a good "shotgun approach" to clean them up, because they are so heavily infested. Each AV will surely miss a decent amount of stuff..that others may find. Using a combination of lots of tools...your coverage is that much greater.

    Free virus scanning sites become well known through the industry..and it's another good way for Eset to get its name out there, IMO.
     
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