Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by smith2006, Jun 23, 2006.
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I knew I made the right choice when I migrated over from F-prot to NOD32 last month. "Two Thumbs UP".
Great news. When I moved from NAV 2006 to NOD32, I knew NOD32 was a good product, but I still had some doubts creep in, and I just had to try other AVs. For some reason I always thought that some of the others, and I tried several, would have better all around protection. I don't think that anymore, and besides, none of them ran as well on my computer as NOD32. No more doubts. Very happy I stayed with NOD.
Great job ESET.
I went through the excact same thing. When scrapping my trusty Panda Antivirus, which I've been using for almost 3 years, I really didn't feel safe with NOD32 at the beginning because it was almost invisible (couldn't tell by system performance if it was running or not) - So I checked again & again, and it was still there, protecting little me
To date, it has stopped numerous amounts of trojans & worms from getting into my system, even new ones without an update.
It's quite sad that the majority of people don't really know that NOD32 excists, but if you make a great product that just works, people will eventually recommend it to others (which I've seen alot of lately). Even gamers on Gamespot.com are recommending it because of it's speed and trouble-free gaming experience + other sites too.
I could go on forever, but I'll stop here.
Grats to ESET, you certainly deserved it.
I am not sure how to interprete this thread, because I see other progs here as well (anti-spyware desktop)
Yes, but they are not listed in the other test. Anti - Spyware Installed.
The point being made was Nod32 certified in both categories 8 and 12
ESET's NOD32 is the first anti-malware product to achieve both the Anti-Spyware Desktop Checkmark certification for detecting spyware (category 12) and the Anti-Spyware Installed Checkmark certification for nullifying spyware (category 8).
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