Comodo A/V

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by funnyfun, Feb 19, 2012.

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  1. funnyfun

    funnyfun Registered Member

    I dont see many people using it, and was wondering why? It seems to have a sandbox combined with cloud verification / white listing. Also being produced here in the USA, so when the euro goes under you wont be left wondering whats going to happen with some of the other A/Vs and your personal information. Am i missing somethingo_O?
  2. RejZoR

    RejZoR Polymorphic Sheep

    It's AV engine is far from impressive and it's glitches and quirks are annoying. And sometimes despite its theoretical perfect protection it just fails flat.
  3. Janus

    Janus Registered Member

    The biggest problem I personally have with Comodo AV, is there high rate of false positives. For the average user it can create some seriously problems.
    With Comodo you actually have a greater possibility that you are hit by a fp rather than hit by malware, IMHO.
  4. Montmorency

    Montmorency Registered Member

    An AV engine far from perfect; many false positives; many (many) bugs; an amateurish approach; a policy based on "it's never our fault"...
    Of course, with Comodo it's always on a basis of Love/Hate... I hate.
  5. Montmorency

    Montmorency Registered Member

    Even if you're qualified to make such predictions (which I doubt) this is not the right place.
  6. funnyfun

    funnyfun Registered Member

    I thank everyone for the replies.
  7. the Tester

    the Tester Registered Member

    Detection rate.;)
  8. ams963

    ams963 Registered Member

    comodo firewall is top notch.......but comodo av :thumbd:
  9. pegr

    pegr Registered Member

    This is the issue I have with it too. When I last tried Comodo AV, it reported over 25 detections on a scan of my system, all of which were false positives.
  10. treehouse786

    treehouse786 Registered Member

    it was the high cpu usage for me, and this was on a quad core
  11. sg09

    sg09 Registered Member

    A/V ? ;)

    Jokes apart, one of my friend who is not at all tech savvy using Comodo Free IS more than a year without any problem. Less FP also in his case. I only saw it has quarantined taracopy. Very little system impact for sure.
  12. simisg

    simisg Registered Member

    comodo antivirus is one of the best advanced antiviruses based on the most tests and in personal tests
    very high detection ! lower false positives than many others except mse.......
  13. narenbisht

    narenbisht Registered Member

    I find CIS good including the AV, no FP's prob here. Detection is also good.

    The only thing is you need to know a little how it works so an average user or novice may get confused & end up messing the system.

    I am waiting for version 6 beta which is expected to be out at the end of this april. Particularly waiting for version 6 coz it will have full virtualization which will solve the prob of few apps not installing in sandbox. And many more interesting features.
  14. Vladimyr

    Vladimyr Registered Member

    Some people like to go hand-in-hand with their pest exterminator. Diving right in, understanding as much as they can about the pests and procedures for getting rid of them, climbing, crawling & squeezing all over their house, fully involved at every stage.
    Others are happy to employ a pest exterminator who they trust, and let him/her get on with it.

    Some people like to use CIS and find it very effective.
    Others don't.
  15. Legendkiller

    Legendkiller Registered Member

    I have had not FP problem ever with comodo AV and its decent enough for use....
  16. Rompin Raider

    Rompin Raider Registered Member

    Same here...the FW is's not all bad. I have seen a lot of people who don't like Comodo based on things other than their products.o_O
  17. Victek

    Victek Registered Member

    Yes, you're missing some factual information about how effective it actually is. A list of features only suggests a product's potential and is no guarantee of what it is actually capable of.

    Here is a review from It's just one review and not the word of GOD, but it has a lot more useful information than the posts here saying basically "it works for me".,2817,2399139,00.asp

    It's important to factor in vendor support when evaluating a product. Is the support competent and professional? If you have a problem do you feel confident you will actually be helped? I recently decided to stop using an otherwise good product because I lost confidence in the support.
  18. icr

    icr Registered Member

    No bad impressions for ComodoAV so far from my side, but still I do choose other free AV coupled with ComodoFW:isay: They should put more effort in proactive part.
  19. STV0726

    STV0726 Registered Member

    I have not been much of a Comodo user, but what I know from reading up on the matter is supposedly Comodo's AV engine is relatively sub-par. It's strength comes in Defense+, but unfortunately, for more dynamic systems especially, this will be very chatty and unsuitable for non-advanced PC users.

    Whitelist based security measures are inarguably the best at preventing exploits and all forms of malware from infecting the system, however, they offer no protection from social engineering, fraud, or lack of user education.

    :( There just is no quick fix. Everyone will use something different and swear by it.
  20. ellison64

    ellison64 Registered Member

    I dont think slagging off AV comparatives because they didnt recieve the results they expected helped their cause very much either.
  21. Noob

    Noob Registered Member

    Detection rates and high probability of FP's :D
  22. ellison64

    ellison64 Registered Member

    Thats probably why melih had the idea :rolleyes: of using other avs for detection instead ,in DACS....which seems to have gone awfully quiet since this time last year :eek:
  23. 3x0gR13N

    3x0gR13N Registered Member

    From Melih's blog re; AVC tests

    Take a closer look and search for a certain AVC image. :shifty: ;)
  24. ellison64

    ellison64 Registered Member

    Wow...513 o_O ,,lucky AVC used default settings ,or it might have been much worse?
  25. lordraiden

    lordraiden Registered Member

    You can apply that rule to any AV and you will be right :p

    I think most of the people that have been answering have not use CAV lately. Also CIS 6 is around the corner and it will include a Behaviour Blocker and a revamp of the AV thanks to valkirie addition in the cloud btw other things

    Here are some recent tests about CAV:Ücretsiz-antivirus-testi-sonuçları.974/

    I can tell you that CAV is not the best AV but it's in the top of the table and better than most of the paid alternatives
    On the other hand IMO CIS is the best free/paid security suite and it's free.
    Last edited: Feb 20, 2012
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