Norton AntiBot 1.1.838 IS OUT

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by demoneye, Jan 13, 2008.

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  1. demoneye

    demoneye Registered Member

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    what you ppl think on this product from self exp?

    does is to what NORTON claim it does ? :eek:

    i think to use it with deepfreeze to protect my pc and that way cover any axx to the HD MBR modification.

    cheers:-*
     
  2. lucas1985

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    Threatfire (a very similar product) doesn't prevent low-level disk access, so I wouldn't rely on Norton Antibot to provide protection against this very specific threat. As I've said, the best protection against low-level disk access is using a LUA.

    OTOH, Norton Antibot is a good behav. bocker.
     
  3. Edwin024

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    Where can I download this new version? At the Symantec site I can't see where it is... and when I try to update I get the following from Symantec:

    Good News! Your Norton AntiBot subscription is current. There is no need to renew at this time. and No updates available. My product version is 1.0.1310.
     
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  4. demoneye

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    what is "LUA" o_O
     
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    Hello,
    Can it stand with KIS? Does it include LiveUpdate as I don't like to use LiveUpdate for only AntiBot
     
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    In computing, the Lua (pronounced /ˈluː.a/ LOO-ah) programming language is a lightweight, reflective, imperative and procedural language, designed as a scripting language with extensible semantics as a primary goal. The name is derived from the Portuguese word for moon.
     
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    It can work with any security suite!
     
  8. Edwin024

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    trjam: Don't you mean Spanish Luna
     
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  10. demoneye

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    lucky blue is all over the forum lol ... 10x alot :)

    with all the respect lucas1985 : i am talking on progs not tweeking OS by your self :)

    so NAB does protect your MBR ...just ask total exp from users here , uses this products

    cheers:thumb:
     
  11. Brian N

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    ehh .. what a waste
     
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    It feels light but it takes up CPU Time so may be a drain on older machines.
     

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