Recent changes
Jan 1, 2020
Device priority
Primary device
Operating system
Windows 10
Sign-in account
Sign in with local account
Log-in security
    • Account password
Account permissions
Administrator account
Security updates
Automatically allow security and feature updates
Windows UAC
Always notify
Malware samples
No - Malware samples are not purposely downloaded
Real-time Malware protection
CIS
Firewall protection
Custom - Provided by a third-party security vendor
RTP configuration
added in my post
Periodic scanners
HitmanPro
NPE
EEK
VPN and Privacy
uBO
Google search link fix
MBBG
Browser(s) and Add-ons
Firefox
Chrome
Maintenance tools
Wise cleaner
Photos and Files backup
I don't have important data on my pc.
File backup schedule
No photo or file backups
Backup and rollback
None. I like reformatting my system partition.
Backup schedule
None
Activity usage
  1. Generic web browsing
  2. Downloading and installing new software(s)
  3. Streaming audio and video content from the Internet
  4. Shared among other family members
Computer hardware
R5 1600
8 Gigs of RAM
1 TB HDD
Staff notes
  1. This setup configuration doesn't have a backup plan. We strongly recommend to add a backup solution for your data so that you can restore it in the case of an emergency.
    Backing up allows the recovery of data that has been lost due of a malware attack (eg. ransomware) or a hard disk crash. In such events you might lose family photos, your music collection, documents, or financial data. Backups are fast and simple to perform so it should be done on a regular basis.

imuade

Level 12
Verified
- Reinstalled Forticlient with only antivirus module

Web filter cause random connectivity issues. (one specific site refuses to load at all)
Yes, I'm also experiencing some issues, FortiClient web filter is blocking absolutely safe websites such as bing.com. It looks like it's blocking random websites first, but it allows them later.
Not sure if it's due to some incompatibilities with Windows 10 version 2004
 

Vitali Ortzi

Level 20
Verified
Yes, I'm also experiencing some issues, FortiClient web filter is blocking absolutely safe websites such as bing.com. It looks like it's blocking random websites first, but it allows them later.
Not sure if it's due to some incompatibilities with Windows 10 version 2004
Another thing is that if a new version fixes it .
lastest version of Forticlient still isn't free.
 

Nagisa

Level 5
Verified
Installed CIS.

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McMcbrad

Level 10
Hi,

Just one suggestion. I would enable the Scanning Optimisation for Real-Time protection. Keeping it disabled will cause files to be rescanned again and again, which is pointless when you have other powerful layers found in Comodo. In a long run, not only it can decrease your performance, but also, the lifespan of your HDD/SDD.

Let @cruelsister have a look at other settings.
 
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Nagisa

Level 5
Verified
Just one suggestion. I would enable the Scanning Optimisation for Real-Time protection. Keeping it disabled will cause files to be rescanned again and again, which is pointless when you have other powerful layers found in Comodo. In a long run, not only it can decrease your performance, but also, the lifespan of your HDD/SDD.

I tested it myself and found 'on access' scanning to be much reliable and faster. Also as far as i can observe, on access scan uses transient cache as well. I don't see any disk usage from comodo when running a program second time.
 

Nagisa

Level 5
Verified
Today my system just stuck at welcome screen on startup without an apparent reason. No matter how many times i restarted i couldn't get into desktop. I have had to boot into safe mod and run ciscleanup script and looks like that fixed the issue. Im suspecting that my configurations probably blocked a script or a file that's created by Windows itself because it hasn't got yet flagged safe by Comodo. Maybe it could have been solved by itself if i waited but anyway i decided no. I will either install again and add some exclusion rules for Windows system proccesses or install McAfee ENS or AVG.
 

McMcbrad

Level 10
Today my system just stuck at welcome screen on startup without an apparent reason. No matter how many times i restarted i couldn't get into desktop. I have had to boot into safe mod and run ciscleanup script and looks like that fixed the issue. Im suspecting that my configurations probably blocked a script or a file that's created by Windows itself because it hasn't got yet flagged safe by Comodo. Maybe it could have been solved by itself if i waited but anyway i decided no. I will either install again and add some exclusion rules for Windows system proccesses or install McAfee ENS or AVG.
That’s why I suggested you don’t overkill your system. It’s not necessary and it might break your system and patience 😅😅
If you keep Comodo, make sure you find a balance of productivity and security, which will most likely be the default setup.
 

Nagisa

Level 5
Verified
That’s why I suggested you don’t overkill your system. It’s not necessary and it might break your system and patience 😅😅
If you keep Comodo, make sure you find a balance of productivity and security, which will most likely be the default setup.
Yeah the default setup were actually good :D

Guess im going to choose CFW with tweaked Defender. By the way, Defender instantly blocked the sample you sent me with wacatac(I guess ml based) named detection.
 

McMcbrad

Level 10
Yeah default setup were actually good :D

Guess im going to choose CFW with tweaked Defender. By the way, Defender instantly blocked the sample you sent me. I guess wacatac is the nickname for ML based static detections.
Wacatac is the name of a trojan that can perform various actions. Normally all AVs have clear markings of what’s detected by machine learning. Indicators can vary, but mostly you’ll see a number, which represents the machine learning model. It might have ML or AI appendix and you might see percentage of confidence with some.
 
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