Please recommend anti virus can run along with Comodo Product

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by southcat, Mar 22, 2014.

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  1. constantine76

    constantine76 Registered Member

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    Comodo AV has been improving but I think there is no issue with pairing CIS with other AV's. Have used Comodo firewall with Eset NOD32, AviraPremium, AvastFree and EAM and all were good and have not conflict with each other. On all those combinations I have placed exclusions for both folders in the Program Files so they would not conflict with each other. There was a time when there was a conflict of Avast bypass when using Comodo ver6 but I do not know if that has been corrected. I think it's this one,

    xttp://forums.comodo.com/firewall-help-cis-b135.0/-t89551.0.html
     
  2. southcat

    southcat Registered Member

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    Thanks for sharing:thumb:

    Qihoo seems impressed from the latest result:
    http://www.av-test.org/en/tests/home-user/windows-7/janfeb-2014/

    Actually I always not really trust the security product from China, but i think i was wrong. I would like to try out Qihoo after my KAV 2013 expire.

    Thanks again for all of you.:)

    By the way, Since the KAV 2014 3pc 1years license is useless to me already, any advices how should I deal with it ?
     
  3. LunarWolf

    LunarWolf Registered Member

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    Me too. I was deciding between avast and Qihoo. But decided on Qihoo in the end. Some reasons are already stated in the previous post about my thoughts on avast. Second, all of my chinese friends in Malaysia have been raving about the chinese 360. Most of them uses 360. Heck, even one computer shop owner told me few years back, "If you can read chinese, I install 360 for you. No AV can beat 360. Not even Kaspersky and Norton*. 360 is free so no need to pay". Third, if BD will do business with them, it means they are trust worthy. No way BD is going to do business with a shady company. Fourth, 360 is the largest venodor in China with over 400m users. That is saying something.

    PS
    Qihoo did save my PC few days back. Not once but twice. I let my guard down and accidnetally double click on two .exe masquerading as folder and it was blocked in its path. :thumb:


    *Kaspersky and Norton are considered among the most popular AV in my country
     
  4. stephentony

    stephentony Registered Member

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    If I'm not mistaken it was cruelsister resident expert on all things Qihoo 360 who broke the news about Comodo's web filtering conflicting with Qihoo's QVM II cloud module. When I did turn off Comodo's web filtering I noticed that web pages seemed to load a bit faster, too. The only addition I made to the Comodo web filter was the MVPS hosts list so that could have been why. It's been turned off now so it's a moot point. Comodo and Qihoo are a fantastic combo but IMHO for sheer lightness, not to mention great protection, Webroot WSA and the Windows 7 FW are as close to perfection as you can get. I'm glad I have two PC's because I don't know if I could decide between these two combos. I love both for different reasons.
     
  5. drhu22

    drhu22 Registered Member

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    Avira personal with Comodo has been my setup for years... not a problem (and fast).
     
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  6. saakeman

    saakeman Registered Member

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    Another +1
    This suite is rock solid, been running it since v4 and I have yet to be infected. That said, sometimes it does irritate the crap out of me (small stuff like when it just throws major error messages ect. and then needs a reinstall) :thumb: :thumb:
     
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  7. saakeman

    saakeman Registered Member

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    Back in the day I used to run Emsisoft Anti-Malware with Comodo FW. It runs smooth and it is really strong. :thumb:
     
  8. southcat

    southcat Registered Member

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    Thanks for suggestion.:thumb:
     
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