Serious Discussion Comodo Internet Security 2024 announced

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Pico

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New CIS 2024 is coming!

Happy to meet you on new forum. This is Ozer Metin, CTO of Comodo/Xcitium. After more than 2 years, I would like to announce that we are working on new release for CIS 2024. CIS 2024 will come with lots of bug fixes , performance improvements, newest versions of Windows support (22H2) and finally new UI’s are coming too.

Hear some screenshots for our new skin.


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New Release = New Bugs + Old Unfixed Bugs = More Bugs

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This is the Comodo way.
 
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Pico

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2023 - 2020 = 3, how did you calculate the two years?
I applied math function Round(NumberOfDays(Aug 25 2020 - Feb 17 2023) / 365) = 2

IMO difference this time not Melih (CEO), but CTO posted this on the forum this time, supposed to arrive before the summer of 2024, still good be a lot worse (video)
New CIS will be released ...
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... this year or next year, dependent on your geo location summer date.
 

Pico

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Looking at the new CIS UI:
Does 'Comodo Internet Security Premium' only offer a Firewall, Containment and a Shopping Card?
Does one have to click the Shopping Card (upgrade and pay) first to get all the features of the old 'Comodo Internet Security Premium' suite now being called as 'Comodo Internet Security'?
It looks like the new 'Comodo Internet Security Premium' doesn't have all features of the current V12.
 

Pico

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I don't understand it either as to why they have to make major changes in new CIS. This is gonna take a long time, a very long time to finish the new CIS, if you ask me.
Why did they not just update the current version with bug fixes and some additional new features? That would suffice!
 

Trident

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When the CTO of a large company doesn't know the difference between ""here" and "hear" I start to get worried.
Oh come on, give him a break. He is not native and grammar is not his first objective either. 😀

If they make the product more similar to Xcitium, it will be easier to maintain and update in the future.
Valkyrie has a free tier, we’ll see if it will be kept and how good it is.
 

Pico

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If they make the product more similar to Xcitium, it will be easier to maintain and update in the future.
If I'm not mistaken, Comodo and Xcitium have the same current V12 UI looks. So I guess they either implement new UI only in Comodo or in Xcitium as well which may take long time.

They've created a new link to submit 'Feature Requests for CIS' for the new CIS.
On the old forum many users submitted feature and wish requests over the past many years. What happened to these requests?
All down the drain?
 
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I don't understand it either as to why they have to make major changes in new CIS. This is gonna take a long time, a very long time to finish the new CIS, if you ask me.
Why did they not just update the current version with bug fixes and some additional new features? That would suffice!
Maybe cleanup the code base and adjust for modern software architecture and design principles (think of code and compile restrictions to facilitate all sorts of Exploit Protection mechanisms of the OS)
 

entropism

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Oh come on, give him a break. He is not native and grammar is not his first objective either. 😀

If they make the product more similar to Xcitium, it will be easier to maintain and update in the future.
Valkyrie has a free tier, we’ll see if it will be kept and how good it is.
Nah. A CTO should know how to run a post through MS Word to check for grammar mistakes.
 

goodjohnjr

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Nah. A CTO should know how to run a post through MS Word to check for grammar mistakes.
I recommend the free open source spell check / grammar check web browser extension LanguageTool and turning up your web browser's built-in spell check to advanced (enhanced) mode if it has that option; that has helped me, and I am not even a CTO or CEO et cetera. :D
 
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