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Question regarding real-time protection module version


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By coincidence I've noticed that the build version of the realtime protection module appears to be quite a bit older than all the other modules.

The date for the build version of highlighted module is dated all the way back from 06-08-2015, while all the other module build dates are from 2016.

From a casual observation that just seem sort of outdated and a little odd?

I'm not sure if this matters in any way, but I'd just like to verify if this really is the latest version and if my Eset NOD32 Antivirus 9 program is all up to date.

 

*My program version is in Danish, but I'm certain that the experts can tell what the various translations are supposed to be*

 

Operating system: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit version 6.1.7601 SP1

NOD32 version: NOD32 Antivirus version 9.0.381.2 (Danish language UI)

 

Virussignaturdatabase: 13756 (20160705)
Modulet Hurtigt svar: 8293 (20160705)
Opdateringsmodul: 1064 (20160324)
Antivirus- og antispywarescannermodul: 1491 (20160630)
Avanceret heuristikmodul: 1170 (20160425)
Arkivunderstøttelsesmodul: 1251 (20160627)
Rensemodul: 1123 (20160606)
Anti-Stealthsupportmodul: 1098 (20160525)
ESET SysInspector-modul: 1259 (20160406)
Beskyttelsesmodul til realtidsovervågning af filsystemet: 1010 (20150806)
Modul til oversættelsessupport: 1500 (20160623)
HIPS-supportmodul: 1236 (20160704)
Internetbeskyttelsesmodul: 1256 (20160606)
Databasemodul: 1082 (20160601)
Konfigurationsmodul (33): 1240.4 (20160406)
LiveGrid-kommunikationsmodul: 1021 (20160310)
Særligt renseprogram: 1012 (20160405)
Registrering af rodsæt og rensningsmodul: 1003 (20160508)
Modul for netværksbeskyttelse: 1191 (20160630)

 

 

 

"Beskyttelsesmodul til realtidsovervågning af filsystemet: 1010 (20150806)"  is the one I'm concerned with.

Thanks in advance.
 

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That's ok. Real-time protection binaries are updated via product updates. If I remember correctly, there's been only one update of the module in recent years which was supposed to fix something on a specific server OS.

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it's normal to see some older components. if there is no known issue or new feature to be implemented, there won't be a new update to that module(s).

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That's ok. Real-time protection binaries are updated via product updates. If I remember correctly, there's been only one update of the module in recent years which was supposed to fix something on a specific server OS.

 

 

it's normal to see some older components. if there is no known issue or new feature to be implemented, there won't be a new update to that module(s).

 

That's good to hear.

Thank you very much both of you for answering my question :)

Kudos!

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