Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by hamzah95, Jul 28, 2009.
This is quite sad, but not surprising.
No, this is not true.
There are a few recent threads on this very subject on their forums.
There is maybe like 100 softwares on their whitelist.
Your statement is incorrect.
Actually, the statement is totally correct. Every new release of CIS has an expanded list of 'Trusted Vendors', which, incidentally, not everyone wants.
That seems to be the makings of some unhappy Chappies ,all the way around.
Some, would like the pop-ups reduced,to an even lower level.
(despite the fact they are really not bad in the latest version.)
Others ether like the 'Secure" feeling they get from interminable pop-ups,or feel that any reduction reflects a coresponding reduction in security.
Interesting to see how they work that out.
It is a blessing for Conmodo that the faithfull simply: "Trust Melih!"
I am sorry that my response wasn't clear.
My challenge was to this last part of the quote: "it has much improved".
It has not "much" improved, and this is clear by the majority of related posts on their forum.
Anyone is free to read these for themselves.
Typo ... Freudian Slip ?? funny all the same!
"Trust Melih" has been expressed as, "Trust Vendors that Melih Trusts!" and this is the problem.
A Trusted Vendor's software automatically becomes a Trusted Application, a poor and sloppy way of circumventing the pop-up problem.
CIS should have had the concept of Trusted Software and then create a database of the settings required for each software.
The smart way is having a whitelist of safe software in its D+ database to compliment the blacklist of malware in its AV database.
I missed the Freudian Slip possibility!
Why does the hyphen on my keyboard hang?
Other keys are fine?
Please get your facts straight. The trusted vendors are given by the community, and Comodo listened to them and added them by default. (there are still many more to come)
I guess you like to answer pop-ups ? AFAIK CIS has a whitelist from over 2 million apps, so they are building such rules. The trusted vendors is a much simpler solution. Because it could simply make hundrets of rules to 1 rule.
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ROFL, this is why I find you so endearing, my friend.
Even without confirmation that this is fact, not marketing, even without giving me the opportunity to respond, you are gushing with praise, tripping over yourself to declare victory, lol.
Ok, I will give you this one.
A hearty well done from me as well, eXPerience, haha!
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