I guess the setup status is automatically determined based on certain parameters. A setup that appears insecure may not actually be insecure in practice. For instance, I rely on Comodo Firewall, customized and without an antivirus. An antivirus wouldn't provide any additional protection to my setup (it would only affect usability for me). If I'm correct, it/MT would label my setup without AV as insecure, and adding the weakest AV to the setup would make the status secure. Similar to Windows Security, it would notify me to install AV and show a secure status after installation.Why is this setup considered insecure?
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