[2014-04-24]NOD32 TRIAl ID

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NOD32 ID Update Time :2014-04-24 10:50:03
virus database version : NOD32 – v.9714 (April 23, 2014)

用户名:TRIAL-0111222481 密 码:c9nshb9xuj
用户名:TRIAL-0111222478 密 码:a87fu6kbtt
用户名:TRIAL-0111222475 密 码:bn7psm9x95
用户名:TRIAL-0111222474 密 码:e5dh83cmmu
用户名:TRIAL-0111222473 密 码:s4tjsbph2j
用户名:TRIAL-0111222470 密 码:2k5ubt22ph
用户名:TRIAL-0111222468 密 码:c3kmahx8n8
用户名:TRIAL-0111222464 密 码:2cd73u3tnj
用户名:TRIAL-0111222461 密 码:ad7m3a34fc
用户名:TRIAL-0111222459 密 码:r2k4ufp4xc
用户名:TRIAL-0111222455 密 码:fntsnd4mh5
用户名:TRIAL-0111222453 密 码:j2ujfr3mm3
用户名:TRIAL-0111222452 密 码:hr6nrphd76
用户名:TRIAL-0111222451 密 码:x66sbt7cve
用户名:TRIAL-0111222447 密 码:5cnv844cah

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ESET Cybersecurity for Mac FAQ

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  1. What is ESET Cybersecurity for Mac?

    ESET Cybersecurity for Mac is a security solution for Mac Home Users. It brings the protection of ESET NOD32 Antivirus that Windows users have trusted in and depended on: the smart proactive detection and the small footprint of our ThreatSense® technology. ESET Cybersecurity protects you and your network from emerging and cross-platform (i.e. Windows, Linux, Mac) threats without system slowdowns. Advanced heuristic technology recognizes and removes new threats.


  2. Mac OS X is a very secure operating system. Why do I need an antivirus product for it?

    Home users and Business users that share files and/or email between Mac and other platforms such as Windows or Linux can potentially spread threats without knowing or being affected themselves.


  3. Is there an ESET Smart Security for Mac?

    No, ESET Smart Security for Mac does not currently exist.


  4. Is there a Mac ESET security product for business users?

    Yes, ESET NOD32 Antivirus 4 Business Edition for Mac OS X is available. Visit the ESET NOD32 Antivirus 4 Business Edition for Mac OS X FAQ for information on the business edition.


  5. When was ESET Cybersecurity for Mac released?

    The latest version of ESET Cybersecurity (Home Edition) for Mac was released December 16, 2010. Please visit the ESET Cybersecurity Product Page for more information.


  6. What languages are available for Mac Home Edition?

    The latest version is available in English, French, French-Canadian, Spanish and several others. To check if the program is available in your language, follow the instructions in the following ESET Knowledgebase article:  How can I download my ESET security product in a different language?


  7. Where can I purchase and download ESET Cybersecurity for Mac?

    The home product will be available for purchase at and can be downloaded at You can also contact your local distributor or reseller to purchase the product.


  8. Is there a trial version of ESET Cybersecurity for Mac?

    Yes, you can try ESET Cybersecurity for Mac free for 30 days. Visit the Mac Trial Download page for more information.


  9. What are the system requirements?

    Operating Systems: Macs running Mac OS X Leopard 10.5, Snow Leopard 10.6 and Lion 10.7 with an Intel Processor are supported.

    Disk-Space (download): 43 MB.

    Minimum system memory requirements: 512 MB. Apple recommends Snow Leopard 1 GB and Lion 2 GB.

    Recommended system memory: Snow Leopard 2 GB and Lion 3 GB.


  10. How do I update my ESET Cybersecurity for Mac?

    Your product will update automatically after installation. If you did not set up your username and password during installation click here for illustrated steps on how to do so.For free product upgrades to the latest version available, see the following ESET Knowledgebase article: Do I have the latest version of ESET Cybersecurity for Mac?


  11. How do I scan my Mac with ESET Cybersecurity for Mac?

    The Real-time scanner built into ESET Cybersecurity for Mac protects you as you use your Mac. It will also scan your computer upon system start up. You can also create a scheduled scan to run at different time intervals or run an On-demand computer scan.


  12. I am using dual-boot software such as Mac Boot Camp, do I need seperate licenses for my Mac operating system and for my Windows operating system?

    Yes, you will need to purchase ESET Cybersecurity for Mac and an ESET security product for Windows.


  13. Is there an ESET security product for the iPhone/iPad?

    No, an ESET security product for the iPhone/iPad does not currently exist. However, to download the ESET Threat Center app, visit the Apple iTunes Store.

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[2012-03-8]NOD32 TRIAl ID

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NOD32 ID Update Time :2012-03-10 00:32:08
virus database version : v.6953 (20120310)













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What is the difference between a Virus Signature Database update and a Program Component Update (PCU)?

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Virus Signature Database and module updates:

Your ESET security product downloads Virus Signature Database updates daily. These updates ensure that you are protected against the latest known threats that could potentially harm your machine. The updates consist of the latest released malware signatures which are added to your product’s database. The update is an incremental update, meaning it is only necessary to download the new virus signatures, as opposed to the entire database. Also released with virus signature database updates is an occasional module update. A module update is the latest version of a part of your ESET security product’s architecture.

Program Component Update (PCU):
Separate from a virus signature database update and module update is a Program Component Update (PCU). A PCU is the latest complete version of the ESET security product. These are rarely pushed to customers like a virus signature database update or module update but can be found at the ESET Download page. Refer to the following Knowledgebase article if you receive a notification informing you of an automatic PCU:

I receive a “Program component upgrade” message for version 3.0.695, what should I do? (3.0)
If you would like a more in-depth explanation of the above updates, please continue reading below.

Figure 1-1

Detailed Explanation:
Your ESET security product is designed to function as an extensible framework. There is a base product, the engine, which consists of the kernel service and some other components such as filter drivers. The user interface and the online help files are also components of the base product.

The engine, which is part of the base product, makes extensive use of modules. An ESET security product module is a kind of library which performs or provides various functions such as an antivirus/spyware, de-archiving (parsing of compression formats), advanced heuristics/emulation, self-defense, firewall and antispam.

The engine and modules make use of signature updates, which allow them to prevent, detect and remove malware. Although they are commonly referred to as “Virus Signature Database updates” the actual amount of “classic” parasitic file infecting viruses is small when compared to the agents, bots, password stealers, Trojans, worms and other forms of malware that appear on a daily basis. It is better to think of this as a malware signature database. Exploits and threats are detected as well by the program, which are used to introduce malicious code into a system but do not contain the malware themselves (i.e., web-based attacks, etc.).

When an ESET program downloads a Virus Signature Database update, it is typically downloading a new list of signatures for the aforementioned threats. However, since ESET uses a modular architecture, updates to the modules (libraries) can also be distributed at the same time. Either can be provided via conventional means, however, it would be unusual to perform a module update by itself as they are typically distributed in-line (“piggy-backed”) with signature database updates.

Virus signature update information is displayed in the primary window of the graphical user interface. It can also be viewed by mousing over the ESET icon in the Windows notification area by the system clock. In addition to those in-program mechanisms, virus signature updates are announced on an RSS feed. It can be viewed or subscribed to by visiting ESET’s ThreatSense® Updates page.

Signature and module updates, though, do not update the parts of the program which make up the framework, such as the engine, user interface and online help. In order to update those components, a PCU must occur. When a PCU occurs, the program downloads a complete copy of the latest version and runs it to perform an upgrade.

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How to recognize spam ?

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Generally, there are a few indicators which can help you identify spam (unsolicited bulk emails) in your mailbox. If a message fulfills some of the following criteria, it is most likely spam.

  • The sender address does not belong to someone you recognize
  •  You are offered a large sum of money, but you have to provide a small sum first
  •  You are asked to enter, under various pretenses, some of your personal data – bank account numbers, credit card numbers, social security number, usernames and passwords, etc.
  •  The email is written in a foreign language
  •  Product advertised is far below the retail price
  •  Some of the words are misspelled in an attempt to trick your spam filter. For example, “viagra” may be written as “vaigra”, etc.
  •  Inclusion of large blocks of text or images

If you do decide to purchase a product advertised in an unsolicited email message, please verify that the message sender is a reliable vendor.

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How do I know if my computer is infected with a virus or other malware?

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How do I know if my computer is infected with a virus or other malware?

Symptoms of malware affecting currently installed ESET security software:

  • Your ESET security product is disabled for no reason and cannot be restarted
  • A threat is discovered or the red ESET Threat Detected window keeps appearing
  • You receive frequent alerts from your ESET firewall about an unknown program
  • You receive pop-up alerts from rogue antivirus programs claiming that you are infected with multiple viruses
  • Symptoms of computer malware that affect the Internet:

  • You may receive the error “Internet Explorer could not display the page” when attempting to access certain websites
  • Your web browser (e.g., Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome) freezes, hangs or is unresponsive
  • Your web browser’s default homepage is changed
  • Access to is blocked
  • You get redirected to web pages other than the one you intended to go to
  • You receive numerous web-browser popup messages
  • Strange or unexpected toolbars appear at the top of your web browser
  • Malware symptoms that affect system performance:

  • Your computer runs slower than usual
  • Your computer freezes, hangs or is unresponsive
  • There are new icons on your desktop that you do not recognize
  • Your computer restarts by itself (but not a restart caused by Windows Updates)
  • You see unusual error messages (e.g., messages saying there are missing or corrupt files folders)
  • You are unable to access the Control Panel, Task Manager, Registry Editor or Command Prompt.
  • System Administrators, visit the following ESET Knowledgebase article for instructions to enable these system tools disabled by malware: An infiltration has blocked access to the Control Panel, Task Manager, Registry Editor, and Command Prompt.
  • Symptoms of malware in email:

  • You receive messages in your mailbox without a sender address or subject
  • People receive spam email from your email address with a third-party email program installed (e.g., Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express/Windows Mail, Windows Live Mail and Mozilla Thunderbird)
  • For more information about spam, visit the following ESET Knowledgebase article: How to recognize spam
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