(NOD32) an extremely fast Hi-Performance Scanning Engine - Let's Talk Computers

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by a_ashendorf, Aug 4, 2006.

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  1. a_ashendorf

    a_ashendorf Registered Member

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    To learn why you need a High Performance Scanning Engine to keep you safe on the internet and to read complete transcript go to: http://www.eset.com/ltc_interviews/june_24_2006
     
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    Hmm ... there migth be a typo in the interview:

    The second paragraph look like a Randy: answer, yet there is no personage switch before it. hope it get corected.
     
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    Thanks for the link :)
     
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    Interesting opinion. I do like the article a lot. Please let us know if you find anything else like this. :)
     
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    good article to read...I"m going to it ASAP. :D
     
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    very informative interview :thumb:

    fast scans and good detection rates is what makes nod32 my favorite antivirus :)
     
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    ... and very low impact on the systems, very configurable... ;)
     
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    Several off topic posts removed. Discussion of antivirus programs can done in the other antivirus programs forum.
    The NOD forum is for discussions and help with NOD32 antivirus.
     
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    Yes, but they still add samples on a priority bases (which is good) but others add those at the first time as ESET and then they add others also. ESET adds huge updates 2-3 weeks before an AV test which I don't find so good. :( I start thinking how will they react when they'll start producing an anti-spam and a firewall. :doubt:
    Even if those many malwares added now were not so dangerous (as they stated) being infected with 2-3 of them it's enough for your computer perform "crazy"
     
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