NOD32 get's "Advanced+" in AV-Comparatives test May 2007

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  1. JasSolo

    JasSolo Registered Member

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    NOD32 the only AV program to get the famous Advanced+ mark in AV-Comparatives Retrospective/ProActive test, May 2007.
    Just thought I'll pass it along :D

    Keep up the good work guys:D
     
  2. ThunderZ

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    :thumb: The never ending battle. Just one more reason to get a good AV and stay with it. If it is not (one of) the best this round of tests just hang in there it may be the next time. Kudos to Eset.
     
  3. ASpace

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    Very big Congratulations for the best heuristic technologies -> ESET NOD32 :thumb:
     
  4. gjmveloso

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    NOD32 heuristics are better! Always!

    Now ESET can improve malware definitions database to bit other companies like Avira and Kaspersky on on-demand test. The last AV-Comparatives on-demand test and AV-Test.org (published on PC World and others magazines) shows a decrease power @ detects known malwares.

    Go ahead ESET
     
  5. duca bianco

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    Congratulations ESET :D :D

    Great NOD32:thumb:
     
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    I LOVE IT !!!!! Congrats !!!:D :thumb:
     
  7. henryg

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    There’s no doubt about it! NOD32 is a true Champion when it comes to superior protection.To ESET..... outstanding job! :thumb: :thumb:
     
  8. WSFuser

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    Congrats ESET! Now all we need is improvement in the detection rates (signatures).
     
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    [MOVE]:thumb: Congratulations :thumb: [/MOVE]
     
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    very effective, few false positive and fast scanning :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: NOD32 :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
     
  11. lodore

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    good job eset:thumb: :thumb:
    you need to work on better removal of malware now.
    since i know it cant remove malware very well.
    a bit offtopic but in the final of version 3 can yoiu allow people to use the 2.7 interface?
    since somepeople prefer it.
    lodore
     
  12. extratime

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    Congrats to ESET for the great results! I think what the proactive Heuristics result tells us is that NOD32 has one of the best designed AV engines in the industry, especially when coupled with scanning throughput and how resource efficient it is.

    But still ESET is falling behind on both AV-comp and AV-test with regards regular on-demand detection.

    My biggest wish is that ESET allocates more resources (i.e. people) at more timely addition to the signature database.

    If they did NOD32 would be unbeatable.
     
  13. Capp

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    Muchos Congrats ESET....as always :thumb:

    There is no comparison when it comes to how protected your system is with a properly configured NOD32 running.

    I trust it so much in fact, that my customers that have purchased a license and let me do the install and configuration.....I have given them a written guarantee that if they ever get infected, I'll clean the system for free.

    Going on 3 years now without a single free cleaning. :D:cool:
     
  14. The Hammer

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    If you check their virus updates for the last couple of months regarding number of sigs as well as the frequency they appear to be doing that. Oh and congratulations Eset.
     
  15. Blackspear

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    As I have already advised to keep on topic, the Heuristics versus Signatures debate has now been split into its own thread HERE so the discussion can continue.

    Ladies and Gentlemen please stay on topic.

    Blackspear.
     
  16. TJP

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    I'm surprised there are no posts of congratulations to Eset for passing the June 07 VB 100 (for Windows XP).

    A few of the bigger name vendors failed the VB test....I wonder how many forum members will change AV programs based on June test results.

    Looks like Nod32 has climbed from an "also-ran" to become one of the best AV solutions within 2 tests :rolleyes:

    Yes, I'm being sarcastic - there was a slew of "the sky is falling" posts regarding Nod32 & its usefulness because of the results in 2 previous tests.
     
  17. ASpace

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    May I be the first one :D :D :D (but we are getting off-topic)
    Anyway ... ;)
    Congratulations ! :thumb:
     
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