Nod32

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by jack19, Dec 12, 2006.

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  1. jack19

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    Hi i want to know what is "NOD32"
     
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    It's a u-bute automated sheep shearing and carving machine with BBQ attachment. Sheep in one side, lamb roast out the other :blink:

    :D :D :D
     
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    Oh, you wanted a serious reply :blink:

    It's an Antivirus Software solution that deals with Viruses, Trojans, Spyware and Phishing. Next year it will have an option of upgrading to a suite that will include a Firewall and Anti-spam.

    Cheers :D
     
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    Can you provide me with some links that provide a better info on nod32
     
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    I am under the impression that most folks, including myself, are not too keen on 'suites' - so I hope install will give us choices regarding firewall and anti-spam installation.
    BTW can anyone confirm that the much talked about and rather highly rated Comodo firewall is compatible with NOD32 ? Am currently using old Sygate 5.5 build 2637. M/B this belongs in another forum, if so, my apologies.
     
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    Yes , Ocky , Comodo is compatible with NOD32 . NOD32 works more than file with most of the applications
     
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    ESET is going to release a suite too probably next year, so I'm gonna go with that one. I have enjoyed different apps for different jobs (av, firewall, hips etc.) for as long as I can remember, but I'm starting to get tired of the whole "layered" approach. As my freetime is ever decreasing, I just want one app for the whole thing to make it easier for me to manage.
     
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    Heehee...business centrally managed antivirus for a home network...odd to propose that for an article. Usually corporate antivirus packages with management consoles are a bit over the head for most home users.
     
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