Discussion in 'other anti-trojan software' started by Coolio10, Apr 21, 2007.
Shhh dont tell anyone
Nice! Let's have a look
I don't think your supposed to be able to download software directly from links in this forum.
Sorry about that, fixed it.
It already downloaded an update during the install.
I'm getting a 404 Not Found error for the menu link to their Online Support, even after rebooting. A readme file included in the install would have been nice too.
Aside from that, the config menu looks intuitive and clean. After adding KIS AVP to the exclusion list along with a few other apps, no conflicts so far.
the next post by Melih at Comodo site explains that the support site etc. wont be live till tuesday.
Nice to hear that they released it. Now a question I wanted to ask is whether I'll be needing this, because my AVG Internet Security already has the ewido engine, which has proven itself to be quite good....
Ask yourself these questions:
Am I a safe surfer?
Do I feel safe with AVG Internet Security?
I highly recommend it.
Nice. One more toy to play with.
Congratulations to the Comodo team and specially the McAleavey's
Just got it. Will play with it a bit.
Working as expected here. BTW, liking the the new tray icon!
Hi, folks: A big surprise indeed, a remarkable app is released in late Saturday night(approx 2230PM EST). Running very smoothly except a bit rocky startup: first two reboots freeze , after that no problems. If Comodo can provide end users w/ top-notched freewares w/o any hesitation, I say to other profit-driven giants "shame you". There are lots lots can be learned from Comodo. Two thumbs up.
I am one of the few that has never used this program,so I was wondering how HEAVY of a program is it?
Thanks for the heads up Coolio. I downloaded, installed, updated, rebooted, etc. with no problems.
Now I'm looking forward to threads such as:
Is Comodo BOClean + the free version of AntiVir classic, Avast, AVG, etc. as good or effective as the paid version of F-Secure, Kaspersky, NOD32, etc.?
Of course, even though I say this somewhat in jest, I'm curious about the answer also.
Currently running two processes on WinXP Pro:
Installation went fine on Vista 32-bit Ultimate. No conflicts with any software, including these software that in theory could have a conflict:
Congrats Comodo and Kevin!
Hi sukarof, can you tell me if your experiencing this on Vista .........
when I went to do a manual update by clicking the 'Check for Update' button on the Boclean GUI I get this error
I've allowed it through the firewall but still the same thing, but If I do a manual update by double clicking the BOC4UPD.exe it all works perfectly, also auto updates seem to be fine. Just interested to see if your experiencing the same thing.
I can't get the menu to come up from right clicking the icon, there's a tooltip saying "right click for menu", but when I do, nothing happens. Other than that, all went seamlessly.
edit- disabled teatimer, and all working fine
Download and installed on vista ultimate everything work good, this is my first time that I use BOClean, can someone tell me what the best settings for complete protection are?
Since the cat's out of the bag, I'm running it here with Avast Home, A-squared trial and CPF with no problems. Anyone with previous versions may want to read Kevin's post on page 12. Also he just posted again. You might want to read a little bit in that thread before installing.
Yep I agree with innerpeace.
Please go to the links below and read Kevin's posts on page 12 and 13 PRIOR to installing the program:
If you are a newbie it might even be best to wait for a few days until the proper Release Notes, etc. are available.
Thanks for posting the links extratime
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