RE: NCLR need recommendation on improvements.
What do you mean by 'searching manually in the database'?nclr11111 said:That would be strange since i never dl drivers from anywhere but their hp.
Also recently did a full scan with both MSE and Malwarebytes antimalware with no infections.
Is there a way of searching manually in the database
The only way that I know of is to use a tool that is not ready for release outside of Comodo's forums.nclr11111 said:In the clouds whitelist. Sorry for not making it clear. English you know
It's real. The driver might have been trying to access a file that was not trusted.nclr11111 said:Digital Signature for nvvsvc:
Thx for the bigger image Lazerwraith I´ll try out this later to make it work.
We're glad to help.nclr11111 said:Ok! I´ll have a play with this later and see so that the printer works in the home network.
Many thanx for all help!
Btw. The FW is a lot better/easier than last time i used it!
That is a False Positive most likely. In Defense+ -> Defense+ Settings -> Execution Control Settings there is an Exclusions button. Click it. In the list that opens add (Add -> Browse) C:\Program Files\DAEMONTools Lite\DTLite.exe if it is not there already.Yeah, well it did actually! But there was a couple of things i´m unsecure about.
First FW alerted me of DTLite.exe (Daemontools) performing an SQL-injection and something about exceeding memory!? Seems a bit odd that a so widely spread application should perform a SQL-injection!?!? (DL from their HP btw)
Strange indeed since the real file (C:\Windows\System32\nvvsvc.exe) is digitally signed by nVidia. Check your CIS Logs (Events), find the file and do as others suggested. But make sure you upload the file that triggered the pop-up. If it is a file in another folder it might be malicious.Second it warned me about nvvsvc trying to execute rundll32. Now thats my nvidia-driver. Also strange thats not in clouds whitelist??
Windows has some services that scan computers on a network (to see if a new shared device is available, for example). So you'll see other computers connecting to you commonly on ports 138, 139, 445 (NetBIOS Name Service), 2869 (I think this is SSDP Discover Service). This means that Windows leaves those ports opened. Unfortunately worms exploit those open ports too.Third: I´ve been warned a couple of times about computers trying to connect from outside. So far i have denied, but how do i know what types of connections they are? Is it possible there are some updatefunction??
This won't conflict with VPN but you might notice a slowdown depending on your location. IMO currently Comodo DNS doesn't add much to protection. I personally don't have it installed. Important: The firewall might interfere with your VPN. You had Windows 7 firewall disabled to be able to use the VPN?Then a general question. At installation i was asked if i would use Comodo´s secure DNS.It sounds good but i´m using a VPN a great deal and don´t know the implications on connection to my VPN with this function activated. Suggestion??
Sorry. Changed your permissions so you can view attachments.Sorry Laserwraith. I don´t have permission to access your image