Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by cupez80, Jul 19, 2006.
why nod32 updates jump from 1.1665 to 1.1667 ?
who knows - maybe you missed one?
- updates are cumulative so if you didn't get it then it is not necessary at all.
mm..but that's strange anyway. Nothing on ESET official website about it.
From 1.1665 it jumps to 1.1667. No info about 1.1666. Is it a mistake?
Or ESET don't like to have 666 in their signature database?
Wouldn't complain about anybody for wanting to stamp that out would you - like a rhinoceros on a spot fire
666 is a risky number. On one occasion is saw on some internet forum guy speaking of an elder lady requesting refund. Reason - one file has length of exactly 666 bytes…
Don't know why, but I got 1.1668.
Got it all setup as to Blackspear's configuration thread.
Well, "665" and "667" are called the neighbour of the beast. Which means those numbers should have been avoided as well.
OMG, you're right! I didn't thought to that. Hope they'll remove them too.
The same happened in 2004 as well:
That's what I was going to guess..whoever names 'n releases them...was simply supersticious.
Long as you got at least one update past that..nothing to lose sleep over.
LOL digital supersticious
This version number was skipped in deference to customers who may feel uncomfortable seeing it appear in their software.
thx for the official answer.
Btw, agoretsky you have 66 posts here...another 6 added there and..
I found it, I found it, I found it.... finally, I've been hunting all over the internet today...
funny. they are afraid of this number.
I think your making that up
You know 666 could be directly linked to 29A virus writing gang... 666d equals to 0x29a ...
I'd believe that - no doubt whatsoever
funny is a different way of putting it. You don't have to agree with other people's beliefs to respect them. While I don't have a problem with that number, I don't have a problem with people who do - their wishes to avoid numbers which have symbolic meaning (of anything), is something they are entitled to have just like a sports fan's belief that their team is superior to another - one thing that is sure to profer debate... wouldn't you agree?
Yes, I agree! Everyone is free to believe what he/she whishes.
I did not think this thread will get so far: Not to break forum rules - the 'Holy Bible' makes reference to 'mark of the beast' as 666, since when is 1666 = 666?
Simple, if anything contains the number 666, the number is to be feared. And 1666 contains 666.
No, no, no. 1666 is feared because it marks the death of Albert VI of Bavaria.
It is still too painful in parts of southern Germany, so Eset was wise to avoid it.
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