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I have been using this AV program for a month or so now along with over
100,000 others.
It seems fine and will also work alongside any other AV program . It is
free.
Does anyone else here have any experience of it? Any Views?

This is not spam, I have no connections with the program.


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100,001 AVs are far too many to run on one machine - the most that is
recommended is 1.

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Hmmm...makes me wonder what *kind* of AV program it is.

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So are viruses.

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Not here, but I may read up on it to see how it is possible to not
conflict with any other of 100,000 AV programs.

Okay, I'm just joking around a little.

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I believe you, but not just because you say so. :o)



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I meant along with another 100,000 users, which, of course you did realise
but others reading this may no!

Thank you for your comments. the cloud is a relatively new concept which
seems worth looking into...
Q


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I envision the scheme as a feedback loop (once an electronics geek,
always an electronics geek).

Something new comes out, gets itself noticed (by participants in the
cloud), gets "fingerprinted" by AV, AV gets fingerprints distributed to
users, something new comes out.

The tighter the loop, the higher the frequency, the smaller the period
(the window of opportunity shrinks for the malware). The proof will be
in the pudding - is it  scaleable - can it maintain the tight loop under
heavy usage (by clients).

...then of course, it depends on internet access even more than other
AV's do.



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FTR (electronics geek question): Why did the Polish airliner, during a
landing attempt, suddenly flip over just feet above the runway killing
all aboard?

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The tower said it was time to turn the plane over to ground control?

...I'll probably be sorry I asked, but why did it?  :o/



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FromTheRafters wrote:
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 From the Nyquist Stability Criterion(a).

All the "poles" shifted to the right half plane.  Recall the poles and
zeros of the polynomial transfer function.  The poles being in the
denominator.

The the "poles" shifted to the right half (of the) plane, it became
unstable and flipped over.  :-)

Nyquist holds that when the poles are in the right half plane, the
system feedback loop can become unstable and run to infinity, thus unstable.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nyquist_stability_criterion

Enjoy, fellow nerd(s)!

T.H

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Nope, never would have guessed that. :o)

I remember a demonstration using a dripping water faucet, plotting the
regularity of the drops as the flow was gradually increased. This was
somehow related to chaos theory and is how I came here. From chaos
theory and fractal geometry - to cellular automata -"life" - artificial
life - computer viruses.

...and we're back on topic. :oD



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Hi, I'm back....cloud computing...more digging to do, but so far I'd say
that it seems intended to be in addition to your own resident AV
program. No conflicts because it uses another scheme..?...like I said
...more digging.




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I used it for a while along side another AV without problems.  They recently
added ClamAV to the mix.  The problem with Immunet is it hasn't been
seriously tested AFAICT.  I have no idea to what extent it can be relied on.
I eventually switched to Prevx which has a proven track record.  They are
offering a free version available through Facebook which includes a
subscription to their SafeOnline component (protects web pages from various
"loggers").


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