COMODO Firewall Pro 3.0.14.276 Released

Discussion in 'other firewalls' started by Coolio10, Dec 12, 2007.

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  1. Coolio10
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    Coolio10 Registered Member

    No new features.

    Fixes all major bugs and problems. Enjoy! Please offer feedback as long as it is not about how hard it is to use. If you find anymore problems it would be nice to know.

  2. Norton360
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    Norton360 Registered Member

    Wow, the setup of previous version was about 30 MB.

    This one is only 9.08 MB.
  3. Coolio10
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    Coolio10 Registered Member

    :D. You wouldn't think a safelist would be bigger than the application :D.
  4. xandros
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    xandros Registered Member

    thank you
  5. gkweb
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    gkweb Expert Firewall Tester

    Hello,

    I'm glad to see that CPF now passes with success the seven keylogging tests from AKLT v3.0, good job to them (below is the 7th test, GetRawInputData).

    Regards,
    gkweb.

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  6. Vettetech
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    Vettetech Former Poster

    Hey Coolio is there a hot key function? I like that feature with OA so you don't have to right click the icon on your taskbar.
  7. Diver
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    Diver Registered Member

    Instead of complaining about how hard Comodo 3.0 is to use, perhaps someone has some insight as to how to make it easier to use, short of turning off the HIPS.
  8. Coolio10
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    Coolio10 Registered Member

    No hotkeys vette.
  9. Coolio10
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    It is actually quiete easy to tune it down without killing protection. See pic. This will prevent the need for installation mode and certain applications such as browsers or archivers from alerting when creating files.

    Even easier is to turn off monitoring direct access excluding keyboard ofcourse.

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  10. WSFuser
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    WSFuser Registered Member

    So has anyone experienced this improvement?
  11. Coolio10
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    Coolio10 Registered Member

    My 5k mem in total dropped to 3k?
  12. Vettetech
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    Vettetech Former Poster

    Ok uninstalled my trusty Online Armor and installed this. Much, much improved. No annoying pop ups, Installs easy. Learns well. I am impressed with this new version. Yes I have D+ on.
  13. disinter1
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    disinter1 Guest

    Wow, this should have been the real final, I like!:D
  14. Vettetech
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    Vettetech Former Poster

    Mem usage dropped. 10 - 13K .Sweet. This is the way it should have been released. Now all we need is a new version of NOD32 3.0 and we will be all set.
  15. Joliet Jake
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    Joliet Jake Registered Member

    Amen! I, on the other hand, am trying out Online Armor and have been impressed thus far. I'm sticking to NOD V2.7 in the meantime.
  16. Coolio10
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    Coolio10 Registered Member

    There is no shakespear in security :D.
  17. Vettetech
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    Vettetech Former Poster

    Its a proven fact that Online Armor and Comodo are the 2 top software firewalls. Its just which one your prefer. I always used Comodo 2.4 and when 3.0 came out I was so disappointed and went elsewhere............which lead me to Online Armor. But now with this new version of Comodo I am back to using it. Lets see what new versions Online Armor brings to the plate.
  18. Vettetech
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    Vettetech Former Poster

    So should I uncheck those items you unchecked?
  19. Coolio10
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    Coolio10 Registered Member

    Up to you.
  20. Vettetech
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    Vettetech Former Poster

    Ok first problem..........all my apps in Firewall and D+ keep disappearing.
  21. Vettetech
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    Vettetech Former Poster

    Well seems like it was a Windowblinds problem.
  22. bellgamin
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    bellgamin Very Frequent Poster

    Please provide a link where I can see this "proof" with my own eyes.:cautious:
  23. WSFuser
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  24. Wordward
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    Wordward Former Poster

    Does this count? LOL. http://blog.scotsnewsletter.com/2007/11/25/93/
    Boy bellgamin and WSFuser, you guys are late nighters aren't you? I'm going to bed now myself, but before I do I will say this. In my IMO ZAAS is a very nice Firewall, but it does come with the Welcome Screen hesitation problem. Online Armor is just plain nice and well supported. And finally Comodo Pro is just a flat out nice alternative for those like myself that can't spend the money right now. As far as anyone of them being Top Rated however, well how do you really prove that? That's why I'll stick to calling them nice. LOL.
  25. bellgamin
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    bellgamin Very Frequent Poster

    I'm not one of Scot's subscribers ...not any more. Opinions are like armpits -- everybody has them & some don't smell so sweet.;)

    Comodo & OA are superb but so also are Webroot FW, Look'n'Stop, Netveda et alia -- not to mention a NAT/SPI router+ProSec (or SSM or EQSecure).

    If someone infers there is proof to the contrary, let's have a look at it, wot. :gack:
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