World‘s first launch of new generation....

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  1. Lollan

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    Re: World‘s first launch of new generation....

    You tease!! :(
     
  2. Firecat

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    Re: World‘s first launch of new generation....

    Information: Refreshing memory of Hannover.....error. Data corrupted. No entry on "Hannover".
    Extrapolating/Speculation: Eset NOD32 v3 has a "simple" and an "advanced" interface. The typical grey and white colours are there. The configuration options vary according to the type of interface the user has selected. Very likely that the entire security suite is managed from a single GUI (i.e. design is not necessarily modular). It is possible that the updater has been through some improvements.

    Statement: I make no claims for the above statement. It is an extrapolation from a droid who used satellite imagery to capture images of CeBIT.

    (I must remember to use Google Earth to get CeBIT shots next time)

    :p:D:eek::ninja:
     
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    Guys from ESET want to cause me a heart-attack :D :doubt:
     
  4. mrtwolman

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    :p glad to hear it
     
  5. Brian N

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    So when are the rest of us able to see a screenshot?
    Because I wanna match the colors on my homepage to fit the NOD look.
    And because my mother is sick.
    Also because I'll get a 3 year licens next time.
    And my kid brother is sick too.
    My fingers hurt.

    etc etc. :-*
     
  6. Lollan

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    Re: World‘s first launch of new generation....

    Well, I'll get cancer if I don't get a beta :(


    ... Atleast that's what Michael Dell told me.
     
  7. RejZoR

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    C'mon ESET, give us something to chew :p
     
  8. Antarctica

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    C'mon Eset.*puppy* *puppy*
     
  9. TouchuvGrey

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    I think very highly of NOD32, and i'm sure the rest of the Suite will be very good also. Having said that, i will also say that i am not overly fond of "Security Suites" that try to do everything. NOD32 is ( arguably ) the best AV around ( i know i've upset some KAV fans with this ). But in the words of a very old adage " Cobbler , stick to thy last"


    Mike
     
  10. Albinoni

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    Re the Eset SS it would be interesting to see if they will embed their own firewal or use a 3rd party one say from ZA, Sygate, Outpost or who ever. And this also applies to their antispam module.

    Personally speaking I would like to see Eset have their own firewall, antispam etc as this will allow good competition for others and it will also be a good challenge for them.

    And would be interesting to see how this new SS stacks up againts ones from ZoneAlarm,KAV, BD and eTrust.

    Would be interesting to know if Eset will have their stand setup at CeBit Australia (Sydney)

    http://www.cebit.com.au/
     
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    Hope there is some kind of cookie manager/ad blocker in the SS as well.
     
  12. piktor

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    Re: World‘s first launch of new generation....

    basically I'm disappointed about this "new generation", I can't find anything new in this first info ... so I'm pry for details of this new generation

    -piktor-
     
  13. tazdevl

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    Hasn't been released yet, there is no info other than the acknowledgement of its existence. The "new generation" is a standalone antivirus product and a security suite... how can you be disappointed? They have a new offering and are updating the antivirus product. What else should they do?
     
  14. Ga1tar

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    Looking forward to getting to grips with the security suite, will be purring like a cat if the firewall proves to be as good as their anti-virus is at the moment. Even though I am currently using KAV 6 beta I have never had reason to complain about NOD, so much so my company now use it :D
     
  15. piktor

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    Re: World‘s first launch of new generation....

    Hello tazdevl,

    I don't know what ist really new in this conception ... there are so many Security Suites, which offers Anti-Virus, Anti-Spyware, Anti-Spam and Firewall.
    So I told that I am disappointed, because of the announcement World‘s first launch of new generation.... doesn't specify what is really new und differnt to all others solutions.

    So this is not destructive, that's only my impression of the announcement.

    I thougt making only big words is the buisness of M$ :D ;)

    -piktor-
     
  16. Webby

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    Well I was drawn to the NOD32 as first of all I heard it used up very little resources, but to my great surprise I found out it has a great reputation as being a fine AV.

    So Eset I hope you've got yourself a small footprint Security Suite that people can choose to use (or not use) bits and bobs.... of course to make it more attractive to potential new users it has to have an idiot proof user interface option.

    I'm proud to say I shall be the idiot proof tester... watch this space :)

    hee hee
    Cheers Webby
     
  17. pykko

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    They are so drunk so they can't even make a screenshot to show us. :D
    HB is too happy, because his Byte team is in the final..... :D
     
  18. IBK

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    ok, here some pics I found - I do not have more, so do not ask. I was checking what pics I have on my camera... I had very beautiful things in front of me but the camera did esp. in the important things not proved much quality - I think I have to buy a new digicam :p
     

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  19. IBK

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    As this presentation was presented publicly to tousands of peoples, I think it should be not a problem to show these 2 pics also here... (the pics I have posted do not reveal much anyway :cool: )
     

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  20. RejZoR

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    So there are upgrades to engine itself along with GUI. I hope ESET will reveal something soon. I mean it's kinda funny that they are so dead silent when NOD32 fans are eager to see whats new from their labs. And if that would be my company i'd certanly promote that since it's official now.
    Just look at the KAV6 testing and debugging from user side!

    As an NOD32 user i'd certanly like to see and test new technology.
     
  21. rdsu

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    I only know that Eset will not disappoint me...

    On the first IBK image, I hope that you can have the GUI without the Windows toolbar...

    I also see on that image, that Eset will continue to support POP3 and HTTP, but what about the support for IMAP!?

    It would be nice, if we can choose to enable or not, the inbound and outbound protection on the Firewall...
     
  22. JerryM

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    I know that the well informed here do not like suites. However, I believe that there is a place for them for the average user.

    I have LnS as my firewall, and Kerio 2.1.5 on the other one. I see no reason why a company like Eset or Kaspersky cannot come up with a firewall as good as any. Also a good As as needed.

    The advangage is that all work together, and there would be no conflicts.
    I am looking forward to the new NOD, and also the KIS.

    Would it be very complicated to come up with a suite that could effectively and efficiently replace the AV, AT like Ewido, firewall, and AS? It could sure save a lot of work tweaking them by people like me who need a good program out of the box.

    Jerry
     
  23. nonmirecordo

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    As a NAT router user am I right in thinking that a software firewall is not needed for incoming threats?

    If so, how about a option to only block outgoing nasties?
     
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