CF at CS settings (firewall, sandbox, cloud lookup) will cover all your needs.1) CF + OSArmor
2) CF + HIPS + OSArmor
3) CF + HIPS
OSArmor is such a lightweight program and I would like to use it if it will give me extra security. Which option is better?
1 If you want to improve on the default Comodo protection, go into advanced settings, miscellaneous, embedded code detection. Over there, you can enable more processes to be protected. But even if you enable all of them, it is a short list, it does not cover everything, and furthermore, it has not been tested thoroughly. It works well for Powershell, but I have questions about some of the other ones.@shmu26 @LDogg @RoboMan @imuade
What if I would like to combine them while doing some dangerous thing on my computer? Would they conflict with each other? I whitelisted the osarmor service on the comodo hips but I don't know could if OSArmor can prevent comodo from doing its things. My biggest fear is something like that.
Also I had enabled some options in OSArmor advanced settings, for example, blocking cmd.exe. I guess comodo doesn't need to the console while doing its security funtions. Am I right?