Ca antivirus not updating

16-Jun-2016 08:36 by 9 Comments

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Anyway, I installed avast and lo and behold, it found a number of viruses that had been entirely missed by CA ETrust EZAV.Yes, ETrust did catch a number of issues while I was using it, but even if they're lagging a bit with updates, the regular system scans I do should have caught them at some point.

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No problems uninstalling and installing also it has found one well known virus and a few trogens.

This bothers me and because of this I may not purchase this software.

I recently downloaded the free anti-virus on a trial basis for 1 year...

This will switch from Microsoft Update back to using Windows Update. If it works for you fine; you can now reset the update settings to as they were earlier.

2] Run the Windows Update Troubleshooter from Microsoft.

Please read the entire post & the comments first, create a System Restore Point before making any changes to your system & be careful about any 3rd-party offers while installing freeware.

Every time I check the e Trusts on demand log I see a long list of files folders with the message Scan Failed, at the end of each indviduial file folder.

As you can see they released 20170408.002 on 4-0408.004 on 4-10. They would not release each update but would test them and eventually pick the one to release.

That site showed each update and what it fixed and at the top it would show the release version. It is the same for all Norton Products not only N360 and it is the same on the US site too.

That site showed each update and what it fixed and at the top it would show the release version.

I believe the IPS updates are small with only 1 or 2 fixes and Norton may wait a few days to release them. I remember seeing a Norton site with all the definitions and they would start every day with .001 and each update changed the last digits for that day.

Symantec/Norton should look into it as the version I got on 8th (both) are never even mentioned on the site in the release history : https:// In our PCs here we have 2 folders in IPSDefs, viz., 20170408.002 & 20170408.004 and the site shows as : 12/4/17 Security Update 1791 20170411.001 11/4/17 Security Update 1790 20170410.001 8/4/17 Security Update 1789 20170408.001 7/4/17 Security Update 1788 20170407.001 I am seeing the same on NSBU. I remember seeing a Norton site with all the definitions and they would start every day with .001 and each update changed the last digits for that day.