Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by Jacko2, Oct 12, 2007.
In the Ausrtralian Pc Authority Magazine
This might be a silly question but what about it?
Use your imagination.
When I was typing a comment for this forum I hid a couple times the "enter" key.
...and we are still none the wiser...
The same magazine that says Kaspersky detection offers "peerless" protection (nonsense) forgetting to mention the hard reality of numerous CHKDSK errors with KAV unlike NOD32 that does not have the audacity to alter your file system.
....the reviewer gave Nod32 a 2 out of 5 rating in their latest round of testing.
Probably more a thinly disguised advertorial within said magazine than an actual test
The results of this test was discussed to death over on the Whirlpool forums here: http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum-replies.cfm?t=825551
Look for the date of review on this link http://www.pcauthority.com.au/review.aspx?CIaRID=2109
One hundred years ago.
Those were the days when drweb had a good engine.
Yes, but expect some "feedback" from the numerous and vociferous supporters of Dr. Web that like to promote about as poor an AV engine as you can find.
Since this thread is going absolutely nowhere, aided by the lack of a firm initial topic, and is veering into areas decidedly unrelated to NOD32/Eset, it will be now be closed.
Note: After closing, the thread was moved from the NOD32 Forum to other anti-virus. Since the thread starter didn't give it any topic for discussion, there was still no point in leaving it open.
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