NOD32 2.7 beta available for testing

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Marcos, Oct 27, 2006.

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  1. trjam

    trjam Registered Member

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    What might this be:

    Anti-Stealth technology is enabled.
    Scan complete, clean as I was sure it would be. Bug? Wont let me delete the log from the scan, it says "Error deleting NDL479.DAT.Retry?
     
  2. Wolfe

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    Probably a bug. While performing a C-scan, this one came up first (see pic):
     

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  3. pc-support

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    All we need now is extinction to update his installer to use this version and the world will be a better place!


    Come on extinction, do your stuff....
     
  4. SSK

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    Help file: Use Anti-Stealth technology - if enabled, NOD32 will detect rootkits that uses "stealth" technique to hide away from other programs. ;)

    No problem for me deleting the scan Log entry.
     
  5. trjam

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    Reboot, and it let me delete. Also followed up scan with one from Ewido, oops, AVG, and nothing found. All I know is some strong improvements by Eset, that actually work. The firwall will be what defines them for the future. But if you have not jumped on the bandwagon, you need to. I am really impressed with what they are doing and the direction they are going.
     
  6. Wolfe

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    ..and the scan was aborted at the spot - far from ready. See pic:
     

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  7. trjam

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    I disagree. Mine has gone flawlessly. I am really impressed with the way it re-installed over the old one and activated the needed settings. It is almost like Blackspears was included in the download.:)
     
  8. Wolfe

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    If only to avoid confusion: disagree with...?
     
  9. beethoven

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    Just wondering what happened to the intended Version/ Suite 3?
     
  10. lodore

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    thats coming after 2.7 and will still be made. 2.7 is the first version to be compatible with vista.
     
  11. geircito

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    Working good in Vista 5840.

    Oh.. one issue: in "Windows Security Center" NOD32 isn't monitored as a firewall.

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  12. pc-support

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    Ermmm, thats because it's not a firewall. It's an antivirus
     
  13. TJP

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    Hi all,

    Installed the Beta about 5 minutes ago...noticed my username & password were changed to the Beta username & p'word.

    Anyone else have this happen (I note only one other post mentions this).

    Cheers.
     
  14. gerardwil

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    Happened to me as well, not a big issue. Filled in the correct name/passw.

    Gerard
     
  15. TJP

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    gerardwil,

    Thanks for the quick response...if its a normal occurrence then I've got nothing to be concerned over :)

    I've changed the username & p'word as well.

    Cheers.
     
  16. Firecat

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    Probably it has been delayed to sometime next year. Version 2.7 still offers state-of-the-art protection against all kinds of malware plus Windows Vista compatibility. :)
     
  17. Chalawah

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    Same for me regarding name/passw. Updated this manually.

    Otherwsie straight forward install over existing version went without issue.

    First manual scan of C\ completed without problems:)

    C = 57.67GB Partition, 13.93GB Used, 41.73GB Free

    452530 files scanned
    0 threats found
    58min 35 seconds total scanning time.


    Windows OS Version Info: 148
    Windows OS Major Version: 5
    Windows OS Minor Version: 1
    Windows OS Build: 2600

    Athlon XP 2800+ 1GB RAM

    Nice one Eset, your time and energy appreciated.

    Chalawah:D
     
  18. aigle

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    Anybody knows how long trial version will work?
    Thanks.
     
  19. veri

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    Well, that sucks. I'm getting antsy to jump to a suite :blink:
     
  20. doctor IT

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    At least the heuristic have been improved from what I see. I accessed a site and Nod32 2.7 warned me that <<Probably>> is infected with a variant of...I saved the file on Desktop (after I put it into quarantine) and uploaded it to virustotal.com. None of those antiviruses detected any virus in the file. Not even Nod32 2.5. So the only think that remains is to congratulate the whole ESET team. An excellent job :).
     
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  21. fosius

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    I tried to run full system scan of my local HDD. Don't know why but NOD32 on-demand scanner simply disappear and is closed in the middle of the scan. Bug? Anyone else experienced this?
     
  22. Marcos

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    Could you confirm that you left the "Use current settings" check-box ticked? Your current username/password would have been preserved then.
     
  23. gerardwil

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    In my case yes I can confirm and all other settings indeed remain the same, exept this.

    Gerard
     
  24. Chalawah

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    Hello Marcos,

    Yes, I confirm I most certainly did tick the box to confirm ""Use current settings"

    Unfortunately my Name and Psswrd were not transfered.

    Rgds,

    Chalawah
     
  25. TJP

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    I also left the check-box ticked ticked also when installing 2.7 & the beta username & p'word appeared.
     
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