Discussion in 'other anti-trojan software' started by ratchet, Apr 13, 2007.
Comodo purchased it recently and they will be releasing soon for free.
It is here.
BOClean is compatible with NOD32.
I've been using the 2 together for a couple of years with no problems at all.
Between home and work, I have over 30 PCs running NOD32 and BOClean. No problems at all...
I have not used NOD32 but think highly of it based on research. I would not hesitate at all to put the two on the same machine. Note others have posted with no problems. I have used BOClean for years and it plays very well with other apps.
Well ratchet, looks like a slam dunk on your inquiry(if that's your meaning).
NOD32 and Boclean have been running flawlessly on my old comp for almost 4 years now.
Thank you for all of the replies. In regards to "when" check here.
Zapjb, are you serious! I sometimes miss things too, we have a major thread going here at Wilders and I have joined Comodo Forums recently and of course much buzz there too.
I wanted to know a definitive release date, that's all.
Now afaik there isn't one. Thanks.
Oh I see. My mistake. I understand now.
I have a question for all of you who've run NOD & BOClean. Have any of you added Prevx1 into the mix?
I'd like to put BOClean onto my notebook. Thinking it may overwhelm it! I keep SAS on demand because Prevx is on the box.
I feel compelled to state I wanted to do this prior to the Comodo aquisition!
I am running the new Comodo Boclean, Prevx and NOD with no problems so far
Both the old and new versions of BOClean run flawlessly with the ESS beta; both form part of a good layered defense.
Do you think there's any overlap there? I guess what I'm asking is: are you being extra cautious or are all necessary? I'm thinking of the same setup myself. Thanks.
Is Comodo Boclean released? Is there a link? Thanks.
Link towards the bottom. It was released without Kevins agreement from what I read and was only intended to be available to Comodo customers.....the 'Official Product' release is Tuesday
Appreciate your response! And the research! Just took a look on there! So Comodo users are Melih's intended "test bed"?
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