Naa... but you don't have always to rely on paid software.Umbra Corp. said:
as i have seen the new test of CIS 6in the test i have seen that the COMODO DNS is giving better protection. Comodo DNS is now giving WebProtectionUmbra Corp. said:CIS v6
- Behavior Blocker
- Kiosk (sandbox interface )
- Full sandbox (with full virtualization that must be activated via regedit)
- File Rating
- Comodo Cleaning Essential as addon
Umbra Corp. said:yes, the paid one always loose ^^
I would not say that; if a paid product truly provide excellent protection as well as support I am sure that a user would prefer the paid solution due to its services that free solution does not provide.Umbra Corp. said:
i don't have any knowledge about the service but it is now better than the past.tapoo said:CIS is good, but common people does not heard about it, they can found kaspersky in shop, and shopkeepers tell them that this is the best, and customers will take it, another reason is they may saw/heard about some acquaintance using kaspersky, and they will surely depend on kaspersky than Comodo.....
but i personally think, KIS 2013 is much lighter than 2012, but not like CIS 6 ......
CIS only lacking Web Protection, but unknown told that he saw Comodo DNS is working better now, but Comodo DNS is does not give better service in all around the world, that's why they should use some inbuilt web Protection i think :|
and i also think that some freewares are more reliable than some paid softwares....
According to me CIS 6 is Better than many Paid Software. if you need help from comodo it hand to hand had a chat online.Valentin N said:I would not say that; if a paid product truly provide excellent protection as well as support I am sure that a user would prefer the paid solution due to its services that free solution does not provide.Umbra Corp. said:
Even i feel CIS very very lighter than KIS as KIS has slow down startup & shutdown speedthewolfsmith72 said:It really comes down to users choice, CIS and KIS both are good products. I personally find CIS is lighter and more responsive on my machine, but may not be the case for someone else.