NOD32 Version 2.7 has been released

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by agoretsky, Nov 17, 2006.

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  1. agoretsky

    agoretsky Eset Staff Account

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    Hello,

    NOD32 for Microsoft Windows Version 2.7 has now been released.

    This release introduces the following major changes:

    • Support for Microsoft Windows Vista (32-bit and 64-bit)
    • Enhanced rootkit detection and removal (Anti-Stealth)
    • Improved classification of spyware and adware
    • Improved removal of malware
    and other small changes through the program.

    The new version is available for download to licensed users from ESET's web site at

    http://www.eset.com/download/registered_software.php

    or from your local ESET distributor or reseller.

    Currently, English and Slovak language versions are available, with additional languages and trial versions to follow over the next few days.

    This version of NOD32 is designed to install over older versions and will maintain all your settings, including the username and password.


    Regards,

    Aryeh Goretsky
     
  2. NOD32 user

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    Many thanks for the continued tradition of excellence :)
     
  3. mark.eleven

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    Can the trial version of beta NOD32 2.7 be installed over with all the settings maintained?
     
  4. jayt

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    Just downloaded it after receiving the email from Eset. Installed it over RC1 without any problem. Am running an on demand scan now and it seems to be working excellently. Thanks guys at Eset. :)
     
  5. Carver

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    I also downloaded and installed, running scan now. I also downloaded a manual, copyright says 2005. Has it been updated to include 2.70.16, or will we see the manual updated in the future (not too distant I hope).
     
  6. rseiler

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  7. Brian N

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    That has to be the easiest trouble free upgrade I've ever installed.. 3 clicks and done! :eek:
    Working fine, running smooth etc. Gotta love that.

    But there is a header problem if you open the archive with WinRAR.
     

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  8. ctrlaltdelete

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    I noticed that error already in the betaversion for registered users, no errors when u install the way u should, error only shows while extracting with WinRAR.

    Someone from ESET told me: "That's because the sfx archive is digitally signed, a requirement of Windows Vista."
     
  9. rseiler

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    It's quite surprising that after all these years WinRAR doesn't understand UPX digital signatures, but that seems to be the case if the above is accurate.
     
  10. Legendkiller

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    wow,so quick..congrats!
     
  11. DVD+R

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    I though NOD was supposed to auto upgrade itself if the setting in updares has been enabled? well its now Saturday 18th November, and its not upgraded itself yet! :mad: Also www.nod32.com.au still has the 2.51 version
     
  12. extratime

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    Eset has stated the auto-upgrade will be available in the days to come, but not immediately upon release.

    From their FAQ:
    If you don't want to wait you can download it from their website (http://www.eset.com/download/registered_software.php) and install it over your current version.

     
  13. scaa

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    update went like breeeeze. congrats eset.
    To my mind it could be the shortest possible beta phase.:thumb:
     
  14. mrtwolman

    mrtwolman Eset Staff Account

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    IMHO the files have been replaced to 2.70.16 but the on site description still says 2.51. It is not that big issue. And i can't remember someone stated the upgrade to 2.70 will be immediate. All users will be upgraded automatically within 30 days.
     
  15. Joliet Jake

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    Installed over the top of the last version and all is well.
     
  16. MaXimus666

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    yes! same here!! working like a charm! I have recently formatted 2 days back...and was waiting eagerly for this :D

    Teh thanks to teh 3$e+ !!

    3$3+ FTW!!
     
  17. Brian N

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    If anyone has the trial version installed, could you please tell me what the version number is.
    Commercial version is 2.70.16

    Thanks.
     
  18. acooldozen

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    ;) .........Install went a-OK! Well done people.
     
  19. fosius

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    Unfortunately, NOD32 on-demand scanner is still closing while scanning.
     
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  21. WSFuser

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    trial version is the same (2.70.16)
     
  22. Brian N

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    Thanks
     
  23. rseiler

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    I did a clean install of 2.7 in Vista RTM today and wonder if this is correct behavior:

    I noticed in the AMON display that all files I touched seemed to be being scanned, which was at odds with my memory of NOD32 defaulting to only a list of files with certain extensions.

    Which is it?

    I went in to AMON/Setup , clicked Extensions, and found the list completely blank. "Scan all files" was NOT checked, which is odd, since all files were.

    So I clicked "Add" and all the extensions suddenly filled into the list and AMON then started only checking files with those extensions.

    This can't be the way it's supposed to be.
     
  24. NOD32 user

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    Sounds odd - in any case where odd behaviour is observed it would be safest to download a fresh copy of NOD32 for your operating system, uninstall NOD32 then delete the ESET folder and re-booting as required before performing a fresh clean re-install.

    If in either case this does not resolve the issue you may wish to send an email to support@eset.com with a link to the posts describing your issue and as much relevant information as possible.

    Cheers :)
     
  25. FanJ

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    Thanks ESET !!!

    XP SP2 home:
    I did a fresh install after the recent RC1.
    MD5 checksum of install file ndntenst.exe
    07B2A0D953200A6AECF84B4357A8A03F

    Everything looks fine.

    I'm not too worried about that message in safe mode.

    I was quite surprised that several files were a bit reduced in size compared to the RC1 :)
    Of course I did run my file-integrity-checker NISFileCheck.
    A few examples:

    ===
    Application: c:\program files\eset\nod32.exe
    Status: Changed
    Version old: 2, 70, 12 RC
    Version new: 2, 70, 16
    Size old: 557440
    Size new: 496000
    Date old: 2006-11-09 23:41:24
    Date new: 2006-11-18 16:55:04
    RMD160 Hash old: C1F56C000B74C1D3C786E427CF3DD12F792E7274
    RMD160 Hash new: 55A8517E7B52D1DC301375DB023E083E5DD948B2

    Application: c:\windows\system32\imon.dll
    Status: Changed
    Version old: 2, 70, 12 RC
    Version new: 2, 70, 16
    Size old: 373120
    Size new: 299392
    Date old: 2006-11-09 23:41:24
    Date new: 2006-11-18 16:55:04
    RMD160 Hash old: BFDD3E11844CD58EC2F343421BDACA9817A86131
    RMD160 Hash new: 92598F788294D25384E7DE01FCC1B5117210C006
    ===

    Win98SE:
    I still have to upgrade (sorry for not having tested on that machine).
     
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