Nod32 Server view aplication

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  1. Tommy

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    i don't know if this soft is legal, but i think so.

    Found this aplication by accident. It checks the Nod Servers for the versions they offer to download and more.
    The second aplication allows you to manage the update servers in your NOD32 configuration.

    The aplications are in english, the homepage in russian.

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  2. ASpace

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    Since it is not offered by ESET LLC , it seems not to be a legal one ! :cautious:
     
  3. racketeer66

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    Viewer's cool! I use it for a while - I think it's pretty useful when comparing the available servers with each other. It is not from ESET? Well, why don't they do a similar one?:)
     
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  4. Tommy

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    100% its not from Eset. That's the reason for my concern regarding to legality. Let's wait for a statement of Eset istself :)
     
  5. racketeer66

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    I guess it's a handy tool from clever Russian boys.:) Looking at it I haven't found any suspicious or extraordinary in it. It gathers the services and make a summary. Tells U whicj is uzp 2 date, and which is not.
    No trojans, no worms found in the *exe. Now I wonder, what's the official announcement on it...
     
  6. Tommy

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    Yes the Russian are good in some computer stuff :) There a re several examples.
    You checked out also the second aplication on this page?
     
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    2nd does nothing. I don't have a clue what it is good for...
    It seems very basic, without apparent malicious codes.
     
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    It lists the update server which are in your NOD32 configuration and allows you to delete them or add new server.
     
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    Yeap. Does not look like the Real One-the big Cracker!:)
    Seems useless - but the other one pretty cute.
     
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  11. Bubba

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    I'm personally not aware whether it is or not either Tommy....so I have taken the liberty to remove the URL and when We do find something out....we'll replace the URL if legit but err on the side of caution for now :doubt:

    In fact We'll bring this thread to a close for the time being and once a determination is made We will or will not be continuing the discussion.

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  12. LowWaterMark

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    There are some questionable functions within the program that was linked above, so, I'm afraid we won't be allowing links to it or its website.
     
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