Submitted a sample to Eset, Now that is what I call servcice

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Mikkel, Mar 9, 2005.

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  1. Mikkel

    Mikkel Registered Member

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    Symantec or Norman... Beat this :D Personal service at it's best :D
    Awsome quic response
    I even got response from 2 persons

    For me beeing a reseller this kind of response is worth gold. :D

     
  2. Triple Helix

    Triple Helix Webroot Product Advisor

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    Great to here, Eset keep up the good worK!!:D

    dagolag:ninja:
     
  3. Mikkel

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    And the other good thing was that NOD32 detected it even if it was partly unknown :) :D
     
  4. linx05

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    I sent off a zip full of viruses back in February and I haven't had a response. None of them have been added to the updates either :(
     
  5. Mikkel

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    You sure ? resend it to samples@nod32.com pls
    What adress did you use ?

    And it is possible that your mail ISP scanned the attacment and killed it also ;)
     
  6. ShunterAlhena

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    You should encrypt it using "infected" as password, so it passes any mailserver scanning and doesn't harm anybody. Standard procedures: http://www.nod32.com/scriptless/support/ans/9d.htm

    I have sent two or three samples as well, no responses, but they have been added to the next update :cool: And that's what counts.

    Gosh, and previously I tried to steal this great program! Mea maxima culpa... :'(
     
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