Nod 32 version 2 - Possibly another Beta commin out?

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  1. lingochard

    lingochard Registered Member

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    Ive been reading on some threads that there is a new nod32 beta commin out but ive found no concrete details. Anyone have anything for sure about changes being worked on and/or any ideas as to the time frame of such a release??
     
  2. Mele20

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    Yes, a beta will be out anytime. I have one version of the beta that tech support sent me to fix a problem I was having.

    The new things in the beta will include a HTTP scanning module for IMON. That is in the beta I have. The beta will also include changes for AMON which I am eagerly awaiting. They are not in the beta I have. AMON will be getting Advanced Heuristics powers and unpacking powers. See post #10 in this thread for a peak at how AMON will look in the beta. https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=35262

    There are other things in the beta. For one thing, the beta I have fixes a nasty bug when trying to copy/paste from the NOD32 scanner logs in W98SE and XP that I know of and probably the bug is in other versions of Windows. I was having bad crashing of NOD32 from this bug and it is fixed in the beta. I am sure there are other bug fixes also. IMON has undergone several revisions to fix problems users have been having with it.
     
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    Well I'll give it a whirl when it comes out.

    Now all they need to do is beef up non-viral protection and change the licensing so you don't have to buy 2 if you have 2 computers.
     
  4. ronjor

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    They are beefing up their definitions. Tremendously.

    http://www.nod32.com/support/info.htm#CurVersion
     
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    Thanks for the info. However, I don't buy products based on what they're going to have at some unknown point in the future. Seen too many companies do a poor job executing and fall short of expectations.

    LOL they haven't done anything to change licensing yet though. Not paying $78 to be able to run an AV app on 2 computers that I own when competitors that perform as well only charge for 1 license.
     
  6. ronjor

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    NOD certainly doesn't fall short on expectations. One of the best, if not the best , antivirus programs available. No doubt about it.

    As far as pricing, I consider it more than reasonable for the benefits you receive.

    My license for NOD32 is good for TWO more years. Couldn't be happier.

    Looking foward to the beta. Soon!
     
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