nod32 should improve its self-protection

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Don johnson, Aug 17, 2007.

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  1. Don johnson

    Don johnson Registered Member

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    Now more and more viruses can kill nod32's process.For example,AV Killer,it can kill many AV's process(include nod32).Why not add the self-protection like Kaspersky?When I enable Kaspersky's self-protection,I can't delete the files under Kaspersky.I can delete the files under nod32 very easily.
     
  2. fosius

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    I totally agree with you.. NOD32's self-protection is not very good. NOD32 kernel service can be very easily stopped. I don't say that 100% protection is possible ;)
     
  3. Don johnson

    Don johnson Registered Member

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    :D In fact,nod32's self-protection is simple,many AV can do it.
     
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    With admin rights it's possible to kill anything, no matter how good self-protection is.
     
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