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Hi,
I've been looking back at posts here and have seen references to
nod32.

Using XP Pro, has anyone had problems with it and Zonealarm or lava
soft ad watch?

Thanks

Dan

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No problems on my computers.  And, if I did, I would find a replacement for
whichever one of the others is involved in the problem.
Jim



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Thanks.

After reading past posts and doing a little research I purchased
NOD32.  So far so good.

I recommend Trend and their incompetent support to no one!

Dan

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On Fri, 01 Aug 2008 14:28:27 -0400, What me worry? wrote:

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Your recommendation should include the removal of ZA as well!

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I did remove ZA for another possibly unrelated problem.  I thought about
recommending removal of ZA, but the OP didn't ask about firewalls.

Jim



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Hello Jim:

I believe the OP *did* ask about ZoneAlarm.  Before anything else, isn't
ZA commonly considered a firewall before anything else?

Best regards to you Jim.

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I removed ZoneAlarm which I have had trouble free for a few years and
AdWatch before installing NOD32.

So far so good.

Dan

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On Sat, 02 Aug 2008 17:25:07 -0400, What me worry? wrote:

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Good choice!
IMO, the Antivirus Protection with ESET NOD32 is sufficient; There is no
need for the ESET Smart Security for Home Users as the WinXP build-in
firewall is more than adequate.
For the average homeuser, the Windows Firewall in WinXP does a fantastic
job at its core mission and is really all you need if you have an
'real-time' anti-virus program, [another firewall on your router or] other
edge protection like SeconfigXP and practise Safe-Hex.

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I have no trouble with AdWatch.
On my systems, ZA put a lock on the Hosts file. This lock keeps Spybot from
adding miscreant address to the hosts file.  I finally decided that ZA had
to go.  However, it coexisted with Nod32.
Jim



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