MOD32 trial vs Full?

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I'm using NOD32 30 day trial. What do you get extra with the full paid
version of NOD32?

thanks

Re: MOD32 trial vs Full?


| I'm using NOD32 30 day trial. What do you get extra with the full paid
| version of NOD32?
|
| thanks

The right and capability to use it after the trial period is up.

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The trial version only works for 30 days.

If you buy the full version, you have to uninstall the trial version
first. Unfortunately, that's the way most trial software works.

I heard that Kasperski's allows you to register the trial installation.

BTW, I like NOD32 and use it on a number of PCs.

Chas.



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* * Chas wrote:

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You got me to thinking about this, Chas. Actually, most of the
security apps that I have installed for evaluation purposes only use
one installation package. Once the evaluation key expires, the app
reverts to freeware/crippleware (Kerio, a2, Ewido) or quits working
(KAV). I don't know about Ad-Aware. IIRC, AVG also has two
installation packages, freeware and paid.

ISTM, that the important issue with an AV app, a PFW, or any other
real-time security app, is that the evaluation version is identical to
the licensed version. What good would the evaluation be if it weren't?
If Eset uses two different installation packages (different but the
same - g), it might be because of the way that Eset handles
registration keys. And we can all thank the software pirates for
having to jump through these hoops, now can't we?

Ron :)

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paid
installation.

You are probably correct about the registration key issue. I had
installed both AVG and avast! on my test PC to check them out. Both were
setup as on demand scanners only. I thought that I had DL the free
versions last week when I tried to update them I got the annoying Trial
Expired messages.

I uninstalled both of them. AVG left a little garbage in the Registry
but avast! did a much better job of cleanup.

I don't think that Ad-Aware has a trial version. Anyway, I haven't seen
one recently. I mainly used the free version which occasionally taken a
little time to find on the Lavasoft web site. They have it set up easier
now on the US site.

A few months ago I bought a copy of the Ad-Aware SE Plus version to
check out some of the features. The paid features such as Ad-Watch are
more trouble than they are worth so I don't recommend the current
version of plus.

Chas.



Re: NOD32 trial vs Full? (Subject Corrected)

* * Chas wrote:
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Just as a heads up to those who might think that it is a trivial
matter to circumvent an AV vendor's licensing protocol. I don't know
about Eset/NOD32, but those who try to get around KL/KAV's licensing
requirements by mucking with the system clock, end up with a dead
license code/key. The only solution is to _purchase_ a new key. One of
those life's lessons that gets filed under "What the Hell was I
thinking?", particularly if there was a significant amount of time
left on the valid license.

Ron :)

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The trail version is the full version. You jsut have it for 30 day usage.

Duane :)

Re: MOD32 trial vs Full?

On Mon, 26 Jun 2006 03:56:18 GMT, Duane Arnold <"I want you to see
me"@.BET> wrote:

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Ok, didn't know, thanks.


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