wish list of features for the new NOD32

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus v4 Beta Forum' started by unknown8, Jan 27, 2009.

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  1. unknown8

    unknown8 Registered Member

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    Features for the new NOD32:

    _ Self-protection of the application for the prevention of modifications of files of one's own by harming programmes

    _ IPv6 protocol support

    - Sandbox technology

    - the possibility to delet runing virus/malware at the main memory (RAM)

    - the possibility to delet used files (Access denied/file is in use by another program or user) like ----> Unlocker (by Cedrick Collomb) without restart System

    - add support for more archives like *.tar

    _ traffic analysis of Internet-pagers (for yahoo, ICQ, MSN)

    - technology against Bots
     
  2. m00nbl00d

    m00nbl00d Registered Member

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    Very good suggestions. :)
     
  3. SmackyTheFrog

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    IMON already supports IPv6 because it is filtering the HTTP stream, it doesn't care if IPv4 or IPv6 was used to get it there. Advanced Heuristics is a sandboxing technique for executing scanned files in a protected memory space to detect malicious behavior.
     
  4. Alaska99

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    Possibility to deactivate proxy function. (some website don't work when pass by eset proxy function) :(
    Normal web protection like 2.7 version. (proxy suck)
     
  5. SmackyTheFrog

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    v4 on Vista does not use the proxy as the OS now supports new hooks that allow for the same functionality without it. I'm not sure if they can back-port that to 2000/XP or not.
     
  6. Marcos

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    Not unless Microsoft adds support for this functionality to the OS. It was first supported in Windows Vista.
     
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