nod32 is your password stealer !!!

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Greg71, May 17, 2006.

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  1. Greg71

    Greg71 Registered Member

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    What a lovely FP... :D :D :D
     

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  2. Blackspear

    Blackspear Global Moderator

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    What program is issuing that alert?

    Cheers :D
     
  3. Greg71

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    new KIS 6 FP :D
     
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    I knew it, I knew it. :D I always tought it was something wrong with ESET's homepage. :p :p
     
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    Post removed and queued for revision.
     
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  8. RejZoR

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    It was a joke :rolleyes: Maybe not that funny to KAV, but FP saying nod32.com is a password stealing site ain't funny either regardless of it's precision or position of being FP.
     
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    seems to be fixed now
     
  10. Greg71

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    Why Marcos removed my post? and what fixed dvk01?

    According to this forum "TOU" (term of use), my post was fully legal.
    I'll report to Admin, If you repeat such "abuse" acts.

    Below is a snapshot from my post removed by marcos:
     
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    When a post is edited or removed by a moderator, you should not put it back, post a screen image of it, or argue about it in thread.

    According to our TOS:

    We reserve the right to remove any content in whole or part that in our view is objectionable within a reasonable time frame if we determine that removal is necessary for any reason. ... The decisions of the forum management are final and are not open for public debate.

    In this case, we deemed it appropriate to remove your comments regarding a post that was deleted by its author from above in this thread.

    And actually, I find this whole thread pointless since this is not a NOD32 support issue, but a F/P by another AV that they need to fix, so it'll be locked now.
     
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