www.nod32.com down since saturday?

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by citrus, Sep 13, 2004.

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  1. Jari

    Jari Guest

    If I ping nod32.com host is not found. Pinging 195.12.128.61 works fine. So it is a DNS -problem
     
  2. jan

    jan Former Eset Moderator

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    Hi all,

    as Bandicoot wrote - the problem is being fixed right now - please use www.esetsoftware.com in the meantime. The www.nod32.com will be accessible shortly.

    Sorry for the inconvenience.

    Rgds.,

    jan
     
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  3. azumi21

    azumi21 Registered Member

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    choose the update server:

    http://www.eset.sk/

    updates fast / 1.869 now
     
  4. MNKid

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    I'd be curious to know what you mean by "gremlins". Hackers? Viruses? I sure can't think of a much faster way to lose customers. This situation with the web site/servers whatever, given there is no way at present for me to update nod32 has really given me pause as to whether Eset is still up to the job. I just downloaded the commercial version and it's only current through 8/28/04. For as big of a fan I am of nod32, this just doesn' cut it. Don't they have backups or something?

    One man's opinion.
     
  5. TonyKlein

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    As most everyone else has no problem whatsoever updating using the automatic updater, couldn't that problem conceivably be at your end??

     
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  7. MNKid

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    Works now. Updates at least
     
  8. TonyKlein

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    That's good to hear. :)
     
  9. jan

    jan Former Eset Moderator

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    Hi all,

    the webserver www.eset.com is up and running! :)

    Regards,

    jan
     
  10. Blackspear

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    Thanks Jan

    Cheers :D
     
  11. Mele20

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    So why does it say current version is 1.867 stillo_O?
     
  12. Blackspear

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    Jan didn't say it was up to date, just that it was up and running again ;)

    Cheers :D
     
  13. Mele20

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    Well, it was never down for me. :D But server U2a is another story.

    So is the address change permanent?
     
  14. Blackspear

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    I think it is just temporary until they sort the problems out with Nod32.com

    Cheers :D
     
  15. stormbyte

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    I looks like someone didn't pay for the domain :)


    Mariusz
     
  16. Mele20

    Mele20 Former Poster

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    Well if that is true then why do I have absolutely no problems reaching www.nod32.com? I haven't had any problems since this started. My problem is with server U2a. Huge amounts of packet loss at two hops to that server for a long time. One hop with the packet loss is Level 3! But no problems with NOD32.com.
     
  17. pollux

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    Maybe you're seeing a cached version of the site?

    Just a thought...

    pollux

    (Or maybe it's that MSJVM - now there's a weird joke for you :D)
     
  18. citrus

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    Go to http://www.internic.net
    for detailed information.

    Domain Name: NOD32.COM
    Registrar: I.D.R. INTERNET DOMAIN REGISTRY LTD.
    Whois Server: whois.idregister.com
    Referral URL: http://www.idregister.com
    Name Server: NETRA.SKNET.NET
    Name Server: NS.ISTERNET.SK
    Status: REDEMPTIONPERIOD
    Updated Date: 12-sep-2004
    Creation Date: 30-jul-1999
    Expiration Date: 30-jul-2004 <<<----- can this be trueo_O


    ****************************************************

    has somebody sleep at ESET ?
     
  19. Mele20

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    LOL...Yeah it Java for sure that getting me to www.nod32.com. :D

    I am seeing 30% packet loss at the Washington,D.C. hop which is also a Level3 backbone hop. Level 3 is having problems. I'm seeing Level 3 problems in LA and other areas too. That same Washington D.C. hop for eset.com is only showing 9% packet loss.
     
  20. mrtwolman

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    I´d rather say in a very very very diplomatic tone that dear EUROWEB (which handles this kind of stuff for ESET) ****ed it all up... And my comment was very very diplomatic......
     
  21. ronjor

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    Does this mean they will be able to keep the domain?
     
  22. citrus

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    Yes, the Gremlins can take over the Nod32.com Url....... haha

    no, i don t understand that exactly with the expire date and what REDEMPTIONPERIOD exactly mean. But it sounds horrible to me.

    oh, boy can anybody explain?
     
  23. NOD32.COM domain is EXPIRED due to payment issues.

    The strange thing is that this domain should be paid before 30-jul-2004 and this didn't happen!

    URL: http://reports.internic.net/cgi/whois?whois_nic=nod32.com&type=domain

    Domain Name: NOD32.COM
    Registrar: I.D.R. INTERNET DOMAIN REGISTRY LTD.
    Whois Server: whois.idregister.com
    Referral URL: http://www.idregister.com
    Name Server: NETRA.SKNET.NET
    Name Server: NS.ISTERNET.SK
    Status: REDEMPTIONPERIOD
    Updated Date: 12-sep-2004
    Creation Date: 30-jul-1999
    Expiration Date: 30-jul-2004
     
  24. pollux

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    For what it's worth, on the page referenced above, one finds the following statement (bold added by me):
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    I'm not sure how to go about "consulting the sponsoring registrar's database" if it is not the one at internic.net; what I've thought to try thus far just repeats this same information.

    Edit: However, a search at idregister reveals that nod32.com is "Not Available" (presumably it is considered to be in use already): https://www.idregister.org/servlets/registerDomains
    [/font]
    pollux
     
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  25. PLeX?

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    As of the time of this post, nod32.com is back online for me :cool:
     
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