Nod32 on Windows Mobile?

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Biscuit, Mar 28, 2008.

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  1. Biscuit

    Biscuit Registered Member

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    I'm planning to get an HTC Windows Mobile smartphone. This will be used for browsing, push email & maybe remote access. Is there any security that will run on Windows Mobile? Specifically Nod32?
     
  2. Kosak

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    Hi, ESET is developing ESET Mobile Antivirus (now avalaible for beta testers). ;)
     
  3. ASpace

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    As far as I know ESET Mobile Antivirus developement is suspended since ESET NOD32 Antivirus and ESET Smart Security have higher priorities .

    Perhaps ESET's site is not corrected but ESET Mobile AV requires active license for EAV or ESS to be downloaded and used.

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    Moreover , as its developement is frozen , it supports only too old systems:
    Arima U308
    Motorola M1000
    Motorola A1000
    BenQ P30
    Sony Ericsson P910
    Sony Ericsson P900
    Motorola A925
    Motorola A920
    Sony Ericsson P800
    Arima U300
     
  4. Biscuit

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    Thanks for your reply. I'm surprised at the frozen development, they really need to drop that Smart Security monster instead! As with USB drives (Avast), they will lose a growing market. Just about every corporate organisation I know has either Blackberries or Windows Mobile smartphones with push email. :(
     
  5. ASpace

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    As far as I know the worldwide market for mobile devices such as Blackberries , smartphones , PDAs have recently decreased . In East Europe (for example) you can buy a portable small laptop for the same money you would pay for smartphone or something else but with the small laptop you can do more than any Blackberrie (for e.g.) - well the laptop is computer , the Blackberrie (even though very useful) is still just a Blackberrie.

    I think this is one of the reasons they have somehow left this away
     
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    Well , that is what I have heard and read . I may well be wrong .
     
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