now time is started how much score got by Win32/VB.NEI

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by shanijee, Feb 2, 2006.

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  1. shanijee

    shanijee Registered Member

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    please tell here how much computer were infected and how much data loose
     
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    virus radar still says 7057 why
     

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    I think the data on that site updates once an hour. Since your posts are within 1 hour of each other, that would probably explain it. ;)
     
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    Not God But NOD32!! LOL:eek:
     
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    and now 5977 o_O
     

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    **** happend to Win32/VB.NEI
     
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    If I'm not wrong, the virus radar doesn't get all informations around the world.
    Only a few countries.
     
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    point to be noted
     
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    Take a look at the Win32/VB.NEI activity for the last month, though. It appears that the highest detection occurred on January 28, and it has been falling ever since. In other words, maybe all the antivirus programs stopped it before it could cause too much damage.
     
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    point to be noted too
     
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