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No bitdefender doesnt detect everything that xvirus does, Xvirus is light and works with every other antivirus.Thanks for sharing your config, but you have an anti-all pc, well is not a good idea, if i were you i would use malwarebytes into passive mode /free mode/ uninstall comodo firewall and xvirus as bitdefender total security cover what those programs does. And i would recommend you to uninstall and leave only the necessary extensions, due to the fact that they consume a lot of ram and make the browser more unstable and some time they may crash. in resume just use what you need. is not true the fact that with many antimalware soft you will be protected, it is the opposite.
Comodo and bitdefender are not good friends... having them on at the same time will cause a hole in your firewall... because none of them will be able to work correctly
No problem so far. I have been able to play music on my media player without any repercussionsI only hope you can listen to a music on media player without getting a notification from one of your software
thats why we have IDS an AVCNo bitdefender doesnt detect everything that xvirus does, Xvirus is light and works with every other antivirus.
You dont have to wait a BSOD to know that there are some compatibility issues... based on my experience I can tell you that both (on) firewalls are not a really good idea, due to priority pattern one will be the chief and the other will be uselessAs for the all Bitdefender/Comodo compatibility issue talked about here. While it's true that there's distinct possibilty of a problem occuring, I have yet to have any during the months I had them together with those settings. However if a problem does occur, I will try to take in consideration all of you guys's and gals's helpful advice.
Which is why the Bitdefender firewall has been turned OFFthats why we have IDS an AVC
You dont have to wait a BSOD to know that there are some compatibility issues... based on my experience I can tell you that both (on) firewalls are not a really good idea, due to priority pattern one will be the chief and the other will be useless
well as my colleague pointed above you would have a driver loaded in memory /if you ask me is not a good idea/ even thou the driver is off it wastes memory and resources and i dont see the point of having something you wouldn't use or need also there is the fact that Bitdefender drivers are designed to protect even if they are off. As you know when you install an AV some drivers are hooked into the system for proper operation, talking about firewall the drivers filters all traffic from your network /actually the traffic MUST past by the driver/ when you put it off you are telling the AV to dont take any decisions (..) but still the traffic pass by.Which is why the Bitdefender firewall has been turned OFF
Action Center currently reports:
Bitdefender firewall - Off
Comodo firewall - On
Windows firewall - Off
But regardless of this, I'm here to learn from you guys. And I'm grateful to everyone.
So even with all of that, is it still possible for Bitdefender firewall to have problems with Comodo firewall?