- Feb 7, 2023
M yeah, don’t get attached to me now…Why, how nice of you. Thank you. Yes indeed. Those are warm and endearing traits.
I would but again, I’m not interested in mediocre products to waste my time really…then prove it. The burden of proof is on you
I might change my mind in the future (depending on various factors).
I am awaiting your proof my dear @Oerlink.
Prove to all of us that Comodo’s design is secure.
Link at least one study where Comodo has been tested in depth (not against 30 executables that Webroot will detect too), I am talking about a system analysis and design test or simply said - pen-test that concludes Comodo is secure.
Or provide documentation from Comodo website that explains the product architecture and analyse this documentation bit by bit.
This is how you will prove that Comodo is indeed still secure for general usage. Bear in mind effective in detection/protection/disinfection does not equal SECURE, stable and fit for the purpose. Till then, your claims are just that - baseless claims.
If you manage to prove you are right by showing the relevant studies and conclusions, I will be happy to admit that you were right and send a Johnie Walker Blue Label + a letter of apology to the AppGuard headquarters for you.