is comodo memory firewall effective?

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  2. computer geek

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    One test? Or any others? Nothing is perfect.
     
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    It is a real drama with firewalls today, Comodo is vulnerable definitely.
    But actually Comodo and OA are the best firewalls available.
     
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    thats why I uninstalled it. its useless Im now using eqsecure hips which passes that test.
     
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    I've tried CMF twice and both times there seemed compatability problems or
    something, my computer bogs down, so i end up uninstalling...
     
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    eqsecure can pass this test?
     
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    So basically the test is fake instead of using real buffer overflow techniques
     
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    If I understand correctly the test creates Buffer Overflows but, unlike real exploits, the code in the BO doesn't call any API, so it can't affect the system.
     
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    Hi, nice info, but

    are they most recent ?

    most or all data are dated back to 2005 or 2006. o_O
     
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    BufferShield is very bad. I installed it and after a reboot my PC was very slow. 100% CPU use.
    I was thinking i had a virus or something. Uninstalled it, rebott and all OK again.
     
  16. guest

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    i have no problem with buffershield. i use without any problem, it using less memory then comodo.

    but i cant decision which does has the better protection
     
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