Comodo Cleaning Essentials 2.xx Thread

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by Mops21, Nov 14, 2011.

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  1. Mops21

    Mops21 Registered Member

    Hi all

    COMODO Cleaning Essentials 2.0.212902.151 BETA Released!

    What's new in CCE 2.0?
    NEW! Autorun Analyzer - We have created the most comprehensive autorun tool available in the market
    NEW! Smart Scan - We have introduced smart scan feature in CCE as an alternative to full scanning for faster scanning
    IMPROVED! KillSwitch - We have finetuned and optimized KS UI.

    The new autorun analyzer is different from most of the others because
    * It is more comprehensive - it will list more entires than others
    * It is capable rating files and hiding safe entries
    * It is capable of detecting HIDDEN registry keys

    With this new set of tools and optimizations, CCE can now be used as a swiss-army knife for malware removal.

    Download Locations:

    32 bit:

    64 bit:

    For bug reports, please use

    COMODO Cleaning Essentials 2.1.215955.162 BETA Released

    What's new in CCE 2.1.215955.162?

    NEW New CCE UI
    NEW Boot logging feature in KillSwitch
    NEW “Import Virus Database” feature in CCE
    FIXED Defense against ZeroAccess rootkit
    FIXED Autorun Analyzer shows “File Not Found” on some system variable paths
    FIXED Autorun Analyzer shows only “Scheduled Tasks” entries
    FIXED Terminate All Unsafe Processes is not logged
    FIXED Some spelling error in GUI
    IMPROVED Check UAC/Security Tab/Internet Options/Security Center/etc in Quick Repair of KillSwitch
    IMPROVED Use multi-byte charset to reduce log file size
    IMPROVED CCE/KillSwitch/Autoruns UI in high DPI
    IMPROVED More powerful aggressive mode in CCE
    IMPROVED: Fonts and animation improvements in Autoruns UI
    IMPROVED Put all data folder into COMODO directory

    Download Locations:

    Bug Reports
    Last edited: Nov 14, 2011
  2. Trooper

    Trooper Registered Member

    Thanks for the heads up. I've been wanting to try this out.

  3. lordraiden

    lordraiden Registered Member

    It's becoming the best cleaning tool that I have ever seen, thanks for the news.
  4. Ianb

    Ianb Registered Member

    It's pretty awesome.
  5. G1111

    G1111 Registered Member

    Got it, thanks.
  6. IvoShoen

    IvoShoen Registered Member

    I can't really trust CCE. All it seems to find is a ton of false positives.:(
  7. NSG001

    NSG001 Registered Member

    Make sure you submit FP's to Comodo please.
  8. atomomega

    atomomega Registered Member

    When will this leave BETA stage?
  9. IvoShoen

    IvoShoen Registered Member

    I submitted the fp's as soon as the first scan completed.
  10. Zyrtec

    Zyrtec Registered Member

    Thanks for the heads up, Mops21.

    I've already grabbed a copy of both installers.

  11. smage

    smage Registered Member


    Here is a review about it.
  12. NSG001

    NSG001 Registered Member


    Still a couple of minor bugs, maybe almost ready for a final release now ?
  13. Montmorency

    Montmorency Registered Member

    I'm sure that's why every time some YouTube reviewer uses it, MBAM and HitmanPro will always come to the rescue.

    As usual.

    Never, as usual.

    Either you didn't watch the video or you're blind.
  14. kjdemuth

    kjdemuth Registered Member

    Wow. Hate much?
  15. smage

    smage Registered Member

    Fanboys and haters, please do not spoil the thread. The product is far from being perfect now but it has a very promising future.
  16. andyman35

    andyman35 Registered Member

    You're really missing the point of CCE.

    It should be considered as one part of a malware cleanup job,not a panacea.What it will do is return the system to a state that'll enable you to run other tools such as HMP and MBAM,both of which are and will remain to be,great tools.
  17. bonedriven

    bonedriven Registered Member

    I have to say, I am never satisfied with a comodo product, though it always looks appealing to me. BTW, last time I tried CCE, it atucally caused some damage to my taskbar settings (can't remember exactly), which I think is too ridiculous to use.
  18. andyman35

    andyman35 Registered Member

    That's why it's not recommended to run Beta software on an important system.
  19. qakbot

    qakbot Registered Member

    Can it clean up ZeroAccess.

    The quality of Comodo products is generally pretty poor. Beta products from other companies are in many cases equal in quality to Comodo's released products. Comodo's Beta products.. well what can I say. Thats why they are always in Beta.
  20. bonedriven

    bonedriven Registered Member

    They should have made it on Alpha stage rather than Beta. :p
  21. blacknight

    blacknight Registered Member

    Beta means BETA, for every product. Other is polemic.
  22. NSG001

    NSG001 Registered Member

    As Melih recently mentioned CCE is a powerful tool and should not be messed with, i daren't ask exactly what you were doing to mess up your taskbar settings o_O
    Beta means test phase, what malware were you cleaning in your test o_O
    I suggest you file the appropriate bug reports.
  23. bonedriven

    bonedriven Registered Member

    I never treat it as a malware cleaner in the first place. So I just used some basic clean function as I use CCleaner (Files and Registry clean), then it ended up cleaned all of my pinned directory to Windows Explorer docked on my taskbar (if my memory serves right). Well, it's been about a year since, so I am not sure if that's what had happened. Also, I remember I had also complained about the problem in their forum a little.

    EDIT: OK, I checked their website and noticed that I'm talking about a different program, namely Comodo System Cleaner. So pardon me on this one please.
    Last edited: Nov 17, 2011
  24. markedmanner

    markedmanner Registered Member

    I dont know maybe it is just me but I think Comodos products are some of the best I have ever used! Especially CCE. The biggest aspect of CCE that I love is Kill Switch. It is one of the first tools I use when cleaning a system. It is great at detecting malware that is currently running in memory and then killing it. Then I run MBAM etc. I dont relay on CCE as my default malware scanner but it is a great second opinion. I also like the feature that it can fix alot of issues with internet connectivity and reset the host file etc. The autorun analyzer is also a nice feature as well thought not sure on its effectiveness it seems to work well. I here people occasionally criticize CCE effectivness Im just not sure what there is to complain about. It is a great tool to have in your anti-malware tool box. I know from experience it is great when working on infected systems. Is it met to replace tools like Hitman Pro and MBAM? no. It is met to be used in conjunction with them. Killswitch takes all but a minute to run and you can clear active memory of malware then you can run your other tools. Then again maybe I am just what they call a "fanboy". If I am I am also a "fanboy" of Hitman Pro and MBAM.
  25. markedmanner

    markedmanner Registered Member

    Evidence of this accusation?
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