virus/worm not detected by nod32?

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by pyjo, Jan 3, 2007.

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  1. pyjo

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    Seems that virus that wreak havoc in my office escape from nod32 detection. How can I submit the virus for nod32 inspection?
     

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  3. Marcos

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    Please submit the file to samples @ eset.com with a link to this thread in the subject.
     
  4. indonesian_virus

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    I'm an indonesian, and I'm getting mad about some virus made by other indonesian people.. I want to submit all of indonesian virus that hasn't been detected by NOD... can i submit the totalvirus.com screenshot in here or should i made a new thread?
     
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    What is sending screenshots good for? Submit the samples to samples @ eset.com and that's it. Or you want us to post here tons of screenshots where NOD32 detected a threat missed by the others?
     
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    You should follow the instructions provided by Marcos - threads in the forum are not going to get the file submitted.
     
  8. pyjo

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    Sorry for my ignorance.:oops: Nod32 still my favorite antivirus. The point is that virus threats evolving in the east side of the world seems to be missed by nod32

     
  9. Marcos

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    Please PM me when and what address you sent the sample from. I was unable to find any such a sample in the samples mailbox.
     
  10. pyjo

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    I just send another sample to samples@eset.com. Hopefully you can find it. TQ
     
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    I just visited virustotal to find out that the abovesaid virus had been detected by nod32 latest update. TQ!!!!
    Bravo, keep up the good work.
     
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    nice to hear that pyjo. ;)
     
  13. dawgg

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    Doesnt uploading malware to VirusTotal automatically distribute it to AV vendors which dont have it detected unless you click "distribute" and get a red dash on it?...
    http://img405.imageshack.us/img405/2453/vtsc3.th.jpg
    Whats the option for then?... what does it do? o_O
     
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