Why would I not doubt what you are saying? It is unfortunate that you got performance issues and BSOD, but that happens to lots of other users that use other security software such as Kaspersky, Bitdefender, etc. You just have to go look at their support forums. Comodo is no different or worse than those products.And just to add your long list of blah @Oerlink , since you do not supply proof and ask us to research whatever statements you furnish, then let me make a few statements and perhaps you can hack into my system and check whatever I am saying below is truth or not:
- Love CS firewall at Cruelsister's settings. So, installed it. Considerably slowed down my system and I have a high end laptop with 16 GB ram.
- Considerably slowed down my boot time.
- Observed lots of lag.
Tried using Comodo on a windows 11 machine and got a BSOD. So, like others who have said, it works on their machine with windows 11 - well it doesn't on mine.,
Regardless of whether you trust my statements above, based on best practice guidelines supplied by the NCSC, I would rather not use products which have not been updated in a long time. Why? because as you already know both the threat and the technological landscape changes regularly and I would rather have something installed on my system from a vendor that works on updating their softwares regularly (which most AV vendors do) or even better just use Windows defender with Andy's tools.
And I am sorry to say but you do not know better than the NCSC.
You are misapplying what the NCSC says in that document for your own nefarious agenda. That document does not apply to a product such as Comodo, which is not obsolete. If you want to be willfully ignorant because you think you can "own" me on this forum, then that is your prerogative.