Yes, you are correct but i'm also proving the fact that it does have malware domain blocking *not how good it is*.
You can disable every module in CIS.thewolfsmith72 said:the one and only problem I had with comodo was, it is either on, or uninstalled. There is no inbetween.
1. Shouldn't the IE9 installer be automatically trusted since it is digitally signed by Microsoft?CIS protects system files from anything that will try to gain access to them and or alter them, as in the case with the initial IE9 download, where half way through the install, it will ask the user if they want it to turn off some running processes such as widows defender,ect to install. cis blocked this from happening.
Sounds pretty weird.thewolfsmith72 said:I disabled the modules, but even at, it will still protect the system files from being altered. The IE9 download was the only download I had this type of problem with, where i had to uninstall cis in order to install a program. IE9 was still new, and being part of the OS, would alter some of the system files.
Again, weird.thewolfsmith72 said:I have had other problems of files being sandboxed during dowloads of software, crippling the download, but after waiting for the verdict, was able to re-download and would take.
but, i use USB modem ,diesel and how? so, i need other firewall for windows 7Dieselman said:If your on Windows 7 or Vista you do not need a 3rd party firewall anyways. A good router with NAT and Windows Firewall is good enough. XP users are in more need of a 3rd party firewall.
there is no hardware firewall in my modemDieselman said:Does your modem have a hardware firewall? Windows 7 Firewall has inbound and outbound filtering.
rather confuse to setting windows firewallstormgtr said:That said Windows Firewall isn't easy to configure without an third-party program.