to any eset mod. reg nod32??

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by zfactor, Mar 31, 2005.

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  1. zfactor

    zfactor Registered Member

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    i understand that the beta is 2.5 will the final version be a 2.5 release or will it be up to version 3 at the time of release?? lots os rumors flyin around now that 2.5 has been released. just wondering. also PLEASE WHATEVER YOU GUYS DO: KEEP THE RESOURCES LIGHT. US NOD USERS DONT MIND IF WE HAVE A SUPER DUPER FANCY GUI IF ITS GONNA HOG STUFF UP. keep that in mind to all at eset please!! one of the reasons i love nod so much and would not switch to anything at this point!!! thanks again for the great beta 2.5 so far everything is working awsome. keep up the fantastic work
     
  2. Blackspear

    Blackspear Global Moderator

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    Version 3.0 is coming later and according to Marcos it will have a new interface. And no, not a single idea as to when, no hints, no might bee’s, no could bee's :rolleyes: ;) :cool: :D

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    What does XMON mean ? What#s XMON ? Is it an module of NOD or what ? o_O
     
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    XMON

    * improved communication between NOD32 modules
    * automatic calculation of the 'real file size' (the 'Verify file size' option removed)
    * improved algorithm for calculating the real file size
    * simplified system for allocating scanners to appropriate thread
    * more stable process for memory allocation
    * added detection for Adware/Spyware/Riskware
    * added detection for Potentially dangerous applications
    * improved system for scanning self-extracting (SFX) archives
    * adjusted process for quarantining files
    * simplified process for creating/editing rules
    * option added for quick enabling/disabling rules
    * extended 'rule' properties by the name field
    * added 'rule' counter
    * extended 'rule' options with ? case sensitivity
    * extended 'rule' options by recognizing more words as a whole
    * rule added for checking file size
    * option added for converting existing 'rules' to the new format during the installation

    Hope this helps...

    Cheers :D
     
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    i did read that blackspear i just hope they dont go kaspersky on us i actually really like nods interface and i really dont like kav , panda, etc..... they seem like i dont know how to say it maybe fake is the word. i come from ibm back in the days of os2 so i really like the way nod is now!!!
     
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    @Blackspear

    :oops:

    Thanks a lot.

    Have a nice Day ( Night ) ups, it's Australia I see !
    btw. Great Country :D
     
  7. Blackspear

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    I recon it will be fine, every upgrade Eset have made to date have been a great improvement on the previous...

    Cheers :D
     
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    My pleasure.

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    I was just about to hit reply to support what you had said, when I read you used to use OS/2. Well, would you believe it, I was using OS/2 Warp until a year or so ago and I really like NOD's interface too - I say nice things about XP, but I sure miss OS/2's shell; don't take NOD32's GUI from me!
     
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    I have to say I am absolutely delighted with the current beta. I was pretty confident NOD32 was going places, which is why I bought a 3-year license, but I didn't imagine it was going to be moving so quickly and with such style. This is software to tell your friends about - and even those relatives to whom you are still talking :D
     
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    Indeed, I am of the same opinion :D

    Cheers :D
     
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    Y'know, there might have been a point in sniffing a bit around before spending money.
    The other possible candidate was KAV, and some time ago I even regretted getting NOD (spartan GUI, that few minutes of detection speed don't really matter, more updates etc...) but as this beta is out, I'm once again totally convinced :D Go ESET!
     
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    Good to see ShunterAlhena.

    Cheers :D
     
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