Spyware definitions in NOD

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by ingem64, Oct 15, 2006.

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  1. ingem64

    ingem64 Registered Member

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    Has NOD32 the sufficient spyware definitions? Do I need another antispyware software?
     
  2. Big Apple

    Big Apple Frequent Poster

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    Wouldn't just rely on Nod32 as the right anti spyware program, as it is a (very good!) Virus Scanner. I am using AVG Anti Spyware (formerly Ewido) as well, which is a very light combination.
     
  3. ASpace

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    ESET NOD32 has excellent detection rate on spyware/non-viral stuff . It also has certificates Checkmark for spyware .

    Anyway , the answer for your question would be that it depends on yourself . If you are careful surfer / you think before you install an application , you are ok with NOD32 only . However , if you are risk person and visit all kind of sites , click YES on every message that appears in fron of you , then you need some more software . :D

    I would recommend you AVG Anti-spyware or SpySweeper if you want paid antispyware software or Spybot S&D + Ewido Micro if you want free just for on demand scans.
     
  4. farmerlee

    farmerlee Registered Member

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    I rely on nod32 combined with outpost 4 to protect me online. I figure nod32's spyware protection combined with outpost's spyware protection is sufficient enough.

    I also have trend micro anti spyware 3.5 which i use for on demand.
     
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