nod 32 2.7 IMON: what it scans? only e-mail??

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  1. SamSpade

    SamSpade Registered Member

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    Hello all, and I am sorry if this is too much of a newbie question. I have looked in the help file for 2.7, and I have searched these threads, but I have yet to get a full understanding of what exactly IMON scans. Does it scan *only* e-mail or does it scan *all* internet traffic entering the computer??

    Thanks.



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    http://www.eset.com/support/kb.php
     
  3. SamSpade

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    Thanks, Ron. HTTP is for all browser data, yes? When it says, "IMON will also check for HTTP traffic on other TCP ports automatically", does this mean *all* data coming in from the internet, or does it mean only that data that is being sent to a web browser ??

    I'm a little ignorant on what "checking HTTP traffic on other TCP ports" means.


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    I hate to keep routing you through faqs, but they did write the book. :D http://www.eset.eu/support/imon

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    OK, I read that before. I see it as saying *all* data traffic, including the stuff that comes to the Firefox/IE/Opera browser, will be checked. Yes or no?


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    Correct.
     
  7. SamSpade

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    Hallelujah!! Thanks.


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