NOD can't detect The ActiveX Virus?

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by embower, May 13, 2004.

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  1. embower

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  2. alex T

    alex T Registered Member

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    :'(
    I send NOD yesterday a file infected by JS.exception not detected by NOD32 even with advanced heuristic.
    Trend Housecall detect it as JS.exception T and Kasperski as Trojan.JS.Seeker-based
    Nowadays, NOD as a huge list of JS.seeker last included on 20040105 as JS/Seeker.AR.
     
  3. embower

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    I'm starting to wonder if KAV isn't the way to go... :(
     
  5. tempnexus

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    Yeah KAV is great! But only so far for ONDEMAND unless you don't mind the overhead.

    I have KAV 4.5, the reason why I didn't go 5.0 is since well I can disable all realtime scanning in 4.5 instead of freaking out as 5.0 does. :)

    So nod32 is a way to go to have a protected system but with a caution (low resource usage). The KAV 4.5 is great for scanning ONDEMAND files you question...and also do a scheduled scan. :)
     
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