Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Blackspear, Jan 19, 2006.
of course it's clean davef, if NOD32 doesn't detect anything.
Not that I'm questioning NOD's ability to detect nasties, but as a common rule, it's always a good idea to scan your pc with different online scanners once a month/2 months.
I myself scan with Panda, BitDefender & PC Cillin (housecall).
Complete list can be found here: http://ip2.users.whitehat.dk/scanners.php
Just do it on a sunday when you have nothing else to kill the time with
Site has issues with a stupid db server.. Can't reboot till monday, but you can see the different scanners however.
Another miss up at Hotmail, it seems as though no matter what scanner they have had up there over the past 5+ years it fails miserably to detect.
Yep, this Bagle relatively new. I'm just writing description for this bugger.
I'm telling you, Trend Micro has let me down many times in the past....MSN didn't make a good choice when they chose that AV (not very quick updates).
And its very nice to see that Eset is always on the ball, no matter what the threat is.
checks this one:
it was yesterday
My IS 2006 (Trendmicro) caught this virus today morning. I don't understand why you are not using current virus pattern
Users of Hotmail/MSN have no control over what pattern files are used.
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