Several leaks in antivrus scanners includes Nod32 and others

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by martindijk, May 16, 2006.

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  1. martindijk

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    Re: Several leaks in antivrus scanners includes Nod32

    at least on-access scanner can detect for NOD32. Hope they'll fix this issue. :)
     
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    Re: Several leaks in antivrus scanners includes Nod32

    It's a matter of Windows itself, hopefully MS will release a hotfix shortly.
     
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    Re: Several leaks in antivrus scanners includes Nod32

    Pretty interesting still. :)
     
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    Re: Several leaks in antivrus scanners includes Nod32

    Yes it is. I was interested in that not all programs were vulnerable in the same way if at all.
     
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    Since this exploit concerns numerous AV's I have taken the liberty to move this thread into our all AV forum and merge Alphalutra1's relevant thread for further discussion.
     
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    Anyway, NOD32's AMON blocks such special crafted files and allows deletion upon access.
     
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    kaspersky 6 realtime scan stop and clean this.
     
  10. Edwin024

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    Great that the new Kaspersky can do what the old one, and others, can't.

    And the Dutch website says that it's not only a problem of Windows but also of the AV-makers, so please don't point only at Microsoft.
     
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