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Devial

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Hey :)

I am using the one year license of CIS Pro. I used to have 290/340 in score. Now i have 190/340.

used this:
http://forums.comodo.com/leak-testingattacksvulnerability-research/getting-accurate-leak-test-results-t61715.0.html

what should i do?
i would like to have 340/340 :) Thinking about going back to my lovely Avast 6.0 :D
 

Jack

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Comodo on default settings should get 340/340.
Did you change any settings?
Did you follow all the instructions from here right?
Did you block every alert while running the CLT test ?
Did you delete your internet explorer browsing history before running CLT?
Can you show us the CLT log?
 
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first, you must add CLT in the exclusions; it is not a malware.
second, CLT must not be run in a virtual environment (not in sandboxie, comodo sandbox must be disabled, etc...)
 

Jack

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Did you follow step 2?
Make sure there are no CIS rules that have been generated by having run CLT previously (i.e. remove rules for CLT):
http://forums.comodo.com/leak-testingattacksvulnerability-research/a-score-of-50340-on-comodo-leak-test-with-cis-53-t68122.0.html
 

HeffeD

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stormgtr said:
Proves that even Comodo can fail their own Leak Test.
Comodo passes their own leak test... :rolleyes:

It only fails if it is mis-configured, or the user allows something they shouldn't have.

If the steps are followed in the post that Jack links, CIS will pass.

Since the addition of the sandbox, I think the leak test needs to have a disclaimer message stating the proper usage.
 

Spawn

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I said "can", where you followed it by "mis-configured". ;)

What do you mean by mis-configured?
 

HeffeD

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If the sandbox is enabled, or if the test has been run previously and rules pertaining to the test aren't removed.
 

jamescv7

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Comodo can make it perfect from the leak test make sure follow it from first until last.
 

bogdan

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With the latest version of CIS you get the max 340/340 with Default settings (just disable the sandbox using the slider in Defense+ Settings -> Sandbox Settings). As far as I can remember if you un-install and then re-install CIS you should be back on default settings.

Instead of changing settings trying to achieve a good score in a HIPS test, I would rather leave CIS on defaults and see how it works and if it suits me. After you are familiar with it, you might tweak some settings.

BTW: Any other security software running in real-time besides CIS?
 

bogdan

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COMODO is on the list of compatible software but CIS can prevent loggers as well so Zemana AntiLogger is probably not needed. Any success with restoring the default settings?
 

malwarekiller

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Comodo Leak tests suite

http://www.testmypcsecurity.com/securitytests/firewall_test_suite.html

If you use CIS or CFW with D+..its worth testing your comodo config's power...check your score!

I got 340/340 :D
 
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RE: Comodo Leak tests suite

already posted : http://malwaretips.com/Thread-Comodo-leak-test :D
 
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