ErzCrz

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I've been using Comodo products off an on since Version 1 of the firewall years ago. I find using CIS pretty much trouble free with default or Cruelsister settings.

Having said that, I have a bit of a love hate relationship with it occasionally. More for the delayed releases and enterprise customers getting fixes first. The latest vulnerability case in point. Enterprise customers got the fix on teh 29th of July and then consumers got the fix on the 4th of August.

Anyway, there products are great. The next big release is due to be focused on performance and protections.

Eric
 

Spawn

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It's over-rated for a modern Windows OS.

A lot of security vendors still design and develop features best suited for a 20 year old OS. For instance, Comodo version 3 was great with Windows XP to 7, but for Windows 10? I think there are plenty of other options.
 

Chuck57

Level 4
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I used Comodo Firewall both proactive and with CS settings for years and never had a problem with malware. There has always been talk of their antivirus being weak, but in the real world it seemed to work just fine for me. Currently, I'm not using it but might go back at some point.
 

Spawn

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Rather than their traditional Comodo Internet Security suite, what do you think of Comodo Cloud Antivirus for Windows 10?

Currently, I'm not using it but might go back at some point.
Anyway, there products are great. The next big release is due to be focused on performance and protections.
They don't know what to do with the notifications. To sum up: very good for intermediate and advanced users.
I have used Comodo internet security for several years and I have always been happy with their protection and another important reason is free
 

Chuck57

Level 4
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I haven't tried the current version of CCAV,, which hasn't been updated in a while. There's little discussion about it on their forum, so don't know if it's being abandoned. When I used it it seemed a little heavy on my HP 355G2 laptop, 8G RAM. That said, it did a good job during the couple of months I tried it.
 

Chuck57

Level 4
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The guy who was handling Comodo Firewall and I think CCAV quit Comodo. I think his name was Umesh. Since he left, seems like almost everything stopped. I haven't heard of a newer version. I hope there is. CCAV is a good idea, pretty much set and forget and deserves to be continued.
 

FrFc1908

Level 19
I use Windows Defender with Comodo Firewall. But I don't install Comodo on my friends computers. They don't know what to do with the notifications. To sum up: very good for intermediate and advanced users.
If you install cf on your Friends pc's / laptops with cruelsisters settings , they will not be bothered with pop-ups or whatsoever : comodo becomes quit as a Mouse, but providing killer protection!
 

ErzCrz

Level 6
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That is not true. Every thread on the ccav forum got closed. No answer back there why no news, no updates. The one who had control over ccav left comodo. Last update was last year in november. Its pretty much a dead product. I would not recomment it to anyone. Better use CF or cis instead that get regular updates.
That's true, things have gotten quieter since Umesh left. Another reason I have a love/hate thing with Comodo lately. CCAV worked much as it did before when I tried it a little bit ago. Back to CIS or CF with WD or other free av.
 
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