COMODO Internet Security 4.0.132838.716 RC Released

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  1. lordraiden

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    http://forums.comodo.com/beta-corne...ecurity-40132838716-rc-released-t51706.0.html

    "We have just released COMODO Internet Security 4.0.132838.716 RC. This is a release candidate. Except sandboxed application notifications, there will not be any new features(We are still working on the notifications)."

    This is a BETA software and must not be used any other purpose than testing.

    What is new in version 4.0.132838.716?

    This release fixes many unreported and some of the reported bugs. Here are SOME of them for your reference.

    NEW! COMODO Web Installer - We now have a simple installer that can install any of our products on any OSs
    FIXED! Obisidium packed applications(e.g. Terracopy) do not work well with CIS4
    FIXED! CIS does not remember global hook alerts on x64 operating systems
    FIXED! CIS registry virtualization does not handle symbolic links proeprly
    FIXED! CIS does not catch rundll32/regsvr/wscript/jscript executions from removebale drives

    ~Direct download links removed~
     
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  2. raven211

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    If I run this in its default settings (out-of-box) with all features enabled, is it enough, or does it need something else to work with it in order to be really tightly protected? :doubt:
     
  3. a320ca

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    4.0.133118.719 now the latest release as of today.
     
  4. lordraiden

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    With the default settings is enough, anyway be careful because the sandbox still have some problems.
     
  5. raven211

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    What kind of problems? Thanks!
     
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    Online installer. :thumbd:
     
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    Can you tell me what's the difference between ver 3 and ver 4?
     
  9. lordraiden

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    I read that some people is having problems with the sandbox and steam, and other programs, I dont know, but if something that use to work after install comodo doesn't work try it after disable the sandbox.
     
  10. korben

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    To be installed only on VM
    other than that - resist the temptation to play with RC cause their RC is no better than BETA.
     
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    I'm using Comodo Firewall 3 and I think it better than Online Armor. Defense + is awesome :)
     
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    cuz that is relevant to this thread...:rolleyes: , stay on track unless u have some detail to add.
     
  13. NoIos

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    Poor me...I had the impression that the OA vs Comodo was old fashion. :D
     
  14. jmonge

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    speaking of comodo i am about to try the beta version:D
     
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    Yep,apparently old fashion and/or, impolitic.
     
  16. Espresso

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    This release is a disaster. It repeatedly forgets some D+ settings and significantly slows down my browsing. Download speed is fine but there are long delays with opening connections. It's similar to what happened with the previous version and , IIRC, on v3 as well, when I used the firewall preset "Web Browser". When I set it to trusted or even specific ports/addresses it worked fine. I couldn't fix the issue this time.
     
  17. Espresso

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    It seems to run everything as a limited user until you disable the sandbox (the auto-run apps checkbox) and reboot.
     
  18. jmonge

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    it is a litle buggy:D
     
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    It will be not a problem for me, when the final version will be released: anyway I will disable the Comodo sandbox, even if it will be OK, because for me multilayer defense means also don't use an all in one suite, but to diversify the security softwares.
     
  20. raven211

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    I guess the only issue I've left, except for those mentioned, is when it's reported that COMODO signed a malicious file or something along those lines. This really concerns me, and I don't recall receiving an answer to how things are today regarding this... :cautious: :doubt:

    BTW, has anyone tested the new beta against new malware in its default settings with everything installed and running?
     
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    Those are offline installers or not?

    Al
     
  23. Espresso

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    Do a search for cis_setup_x64.msi or cis_setup_x86.msi and you will find the direct links to offline installers.
     
  24. raven211

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    Seriously... do they expect me to become an active member because I've to register to view!? That approach has never worked and never will! :blink: :cautious:
     
  25. aigle

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    That,s OK, I overlooked it but better to make it official also.
     
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