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Hi blacksea

Cheching the core files in both applications yields this result:

 

IMG core def. 6,20 MB (6.501.822 byte)

IS360 core def. 5,27 MB (5.531.962 byte)

 

Which does not look as if they are precisely alike :-)

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solbjerg

 

 

So does the IMF have the same database as IS360?
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Hi solbjerg,

 

Ah I see, but I think that IMF has a bigger core def due its many FP. That this may be a possible reason I think.

 

And if IMF core def. is 6,20 MB isn't it then 6.201.822 bytes or something and 5.2731.962 bytes of IS360?

 

Cheers

Blacksea

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Hi blacksea

IMG core def. 6,20 MB (6.501.822 byte)

IS360 core def. 5,27 MB (5.531.962 byte)

6,2 is MB to translate it into KB you multiply it by 1024 = 6.348,8 KB

to translate that into bytes you multiply it again by 1024 = 6.501.171,2

So we can then conclude that the 6,20 MB was rounded down a bit, and that IS360 5,27 MB was rounded down even more but 5,28 would have been too much.

Try going the other way from the bytes to the megabytes - divide the bytes by 1024² = 6,2006206512451171875 MB → 6,2 MB

You may be right that it could be the corrected false positives that make up the difference, but I am not sure, even with 200 bytes per correction it would come to 969.920 divided by 200 = 4.849,6 false positives, and I am not sure that there have been that many FP?

On the other hand - the false positives corrections should be in the core def. in IS360 too!!

The heuristic scan engine of course generates false positives once in a while - but is it really by now that many?

Cheers

solbjerg

 

 

 

Hi solbjerg,

 

Ah I see, but I think that IMF has a bigger core def due its many FP. That this may be a possible reason I think.

 

And if IMF core def. is 6,20 MB isn't it then 6.201.822 bytes or something and 5.2731.962 bytes of IS360?

 

Cheers

Blacksea

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