What's with the Update Numbers?

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  1. Triple Helix

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    Error at NOD32.com.
     
  3. Triple Helix

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    I Hope So!! LOL


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    nod32.com often lags behind the updates - I'm sure you'd rather they released the update than updated the website, right?
     
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    I was talking about the differances in the (Numbers Format!!)
     
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    doh! Never noticed that... guess I see too many numbers in a day... shame they're not accumulating to my bank balance... ;)

    Well spotted though!
     
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    Seems normal to me? I have 1.1212/20050908.. updated when I logged on just a few minutes ago? Try a manual update..
     
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    rawr,

    on the website - the numbers jumped from 1.1199 to 1.2000 - it should have gone to 1.1200, but instead of incrementing by 1, it jumped 801 right to 1.2000 - but it's just the website - the updates themselves came out in the sequence as expected...

    hth

    Greg

    ps - partner sites like our own, plus SSE, have continued to number as per the updates, not following the nod32.com numbering convention...
     
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    Ah, my mistake. Must've missed that.. :D
     
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    Seems to be fixed now
     
  12. Triple Helix

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    Great!! We got to keep them on their toes!! :D :eek:

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