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NOD 32 is corrupting Rar Archives


ThomasGoe69
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Hello,

after 1 Day search for the reason, why my big Rar Archives are getting corrupted .

I have network problems excluded, then a faulty Ram, and come to the conclusion, after the deinstallation of NOD32 AV, it was the AV. (Actual NOD Version from Eset from Sunday). <_<

The Size per Archive was different, to the other (example: 250.552 correct was 250.550 Kbyte). And Powerarchiver/Winrar/7-Zip told me,  the Rar has an "unexpected end"..

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ESET's real-time protection doesn't touch non-sfx archives at all. Please provide step-by-step instructions how to reproduce the issue. Which of the protection modules need to be disabled to stop the issue from occurring?

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The programm is now deinstalled. This was the solution for this issue. Maybe, there is a problem (side effect) which NOD with the Programm Asus Gamingfirst have to do.

Gaming First is a tool for the priority for Gaming/ Download/ Surfing ...(like  cFosSpeed) ..

The deactivating of the "real-time protection" showed no positive effect. In the Final (after 1 Day intensiv research), i kicked the programm and looking now for another AV.

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If it was web protection that was causing this issue, it was mostly due to a bug in Windows Filtering Platform which Microsoft addressed in the hotfix KB2789397. For more information, please refer to our KB article hxxp://kb.eset.com/esetkb/index?page=content&id=SOLN3145 (Downloaded files are corrupted after installing the Microsoft hotfix KB2735855 and KB2750841).

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If it was web protection that was causing this issue, it was mostly due to a bug in Windows Filtering Platform which Microsoft addressed in the hotfix KB2789397.

 

 

If I read hxxp://support.microsoft.com/kb/2789397

correctly, then this hotfix has still to be manually installed by all windows 7 users, whereas in windows 8 this is fixed via the regular windows updates.

 

Is this correct and if so, why is there no automatic update for windows 7 users?

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