Correction

Posted by   Virus Bulletin on   Sep 22, 2004

VB regrets that an error slipped through the editorial net in the August 2004 Netware comparative review.

VB regrets that an error slipped through the editorial net in the August 2004 NetWare comparative review (see VB, August 2004, p.14). Despite appearances both in the table for on-demand scanning results and in the results listed in the text, Eset's NOD32 did not, in fact, miss any samples in the polymorphic test sets. The figure should have indicated an unblemished 100.00%. VB apologises for the misinformation.

Posted on 22 September 2004 by Virus Bulletin

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