Thank You Blackspear

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Mannaggia, May 9, 2005.

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  1. Mannaggia

    Mannaggia Registered Member

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    Hi Blackspear. I just wanted to say many thanks for taking the time to update your "Extra Settings For NOD32" thread for NOD32 (beta) 2.5. I, and I'm sure all the NOD32 users, appreciate the effort you put into it.
     
  2. Firecat

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    Actually, Blackspear edited the extra settings thread for NOD32 Final 2.5 :)

    I will say a thank you to Blackspear for taking the time and effort to edit that thread for v2.5 - even though I didnt need to see it :)

    Thanks a lot BS :D

    <And a side-thanks to Happy Bytes too :D>
     
  3. Blackspear

    Blackspear Global Moderator

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    My pleasure, your thanks are appreciated :D


    No worries FC, and thanks for the thanks ;) :D

    Cheers :D
     
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    by the way, today is 9 may....:)
    nice numbers are 2 and 5 :)
     
  8. rdsu

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    Thanks for your help and support, Blackspear ;)
     
  9. Blackspear

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    My pleasure VC.

    All the very best to you.

    Cheers :D
     
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    I guess another day goes by, Uzer.
     
  11. This is the ONE thing that bothers me about NOD32.

    Even tho I have bought this product for ALL my systems it troubles me that I have to turn to a Expert Forum to learn how to properly tune the product for securing my systems.

    This should be built into the configuration hand holding. How many people buy this product and just leave it "as is". Perhaps that's "good enough"...but obviously according to most folk in here...it's not.

    What perhaps needs to happen is that there are software advancements that make the engine even faster and smarter precluding one from having to make decisions on the "optimization balance" they want.

    So yes, thanks very much the folks that contribute to this body of knowledge. But I dare say it's a reason that 75% of the folks that use computers WOULDN'T buy NOD32. The population of users has enough of a challenge managing all the accounts/passwords they need to manage these days (case in point the simple passwords that people use for EVERYTHING).

    I don't advocate watering down NOD32. Perhaps it needs to remain the system of choice for the folks that take care of systems for large communities of people....and thus they have more time and interest to make sure the doors are secure. But by and large...people don't want to have to do much system management/tuning.
     
  12. Marcos

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    The default settings in NOD32 2.5 provide maximum protection.
     
  13. honeybunny

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    The defaults settings ? I thought, Blackspears settings protect at it's best ?

    So, which settings protect Users best ? :rolleyes:
     
  14. NOD32 user

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    A slight variation on a familiar name perhaps?
     
  15. Happy Bytes

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    LOL :D You have a good heuristic as well :D
     
  16. NOD32 user

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    I believe so.
    Thanks Blackspear - it makes it heaps easier to enthuse people about NOD32 with access to a first rate config guide like the one you've put together.
     
  17. Blackspear

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    My pleasure.

    Cheers :D
     

  18. I use this name in forums I don't frequent enough to warrent signing up in.

    Does somebody else use it here?
     
  19. NOD32 user

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    Not exactly - forget I mentioned it. :D
     
  20. jim28277

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    I too am a little confused now. My understanding was that the default NOD32 settings were "normal protection" and probably quite adequate for most users. I also understood that power users and gamers who require the highest level protection or users who want to tighten their "normal" protection, should probably use Blackspears settings. If this is not the case, would one of the more experienced users please clarify. Thank you in advance. Jim (PS, almost forgot, thanks Blackspear for all your efforts, very helpful indeed).

     
  21. colorado13

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    Thanks Blackspear for all your efforts!!! :D
     
  22. Triple Helix

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    Great Sig HB!! LOL:D

    Cheers
     
  23. Triple Helix

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    Thanks Blackspear for the update and hard work!!:D
     
  24. Happy Bytes

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    I would also like to say a big thank you Blackspear for all the effort on behalf of ESET.
     
  25. Ncl

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    eee what happened with blackspear? or he just leave his work on forum? than i also want say thank you for all what you done for us, we always remember you and you always be in our hearts, thank you.
     
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