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i would not say comodo cloud av makes it solid but i could be wrong.
CCAV is solid. I use Sandbox options, "Ask for untrusted applications" & "Block incoming/outgoing connections for sandboxed applications".
I also think that Comodo AV isn't that good, Comodo is all about their firewall imo. But why wouldn't you use the whole Comodo package (Internet Security)?
I use CFW. Currently trying CCAV & like it. "Ask for untrusted apps" option is good, & is not there in CFW/CIS.
Comodo cloud means you have only a auto sandbox protcion!Because the detection sucks:p
If you want you can install Q360 so you have sandbox+cloud and real-time protection
I am not interested in AVs. CCAV Cloud AV is kinda decent & sufficient for me. And Q360 is crap:D
 
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i would not say comodo cloud av makes it solid but i could be wrong.
I also think that Comodo AV isn't that good, Comodo is all about their firewall imo. But why wouldn't you use the whole Comodo package (Internet Security)?
Comodo cloud means you have only an auto sandbox protection!Because the detection sucks:p
If you want you can install Q360 so you have sandbox+cloud and real-time protection
Comodo Cloud AV is fine. Sure, its signatures are garbage, but its automatic sandboxing means it offers stronger zero-day protection than solutions that allow unknown files to run uncontested and rely solely on behavioural blocking to weed out malware.
 
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If Comodo Cloud AV works for you then stick with it however you can also try different free AV combinations with Windows Firewall.
Personally I like AVAST free & Windows Firewall.
Consider adding an additional on demand scanner(s).
Consider adding some extensions to Chrome as already stated above.
Consider adding CClaeaner if not already installed.
Secure Windows 10 config! Thanks for sharing it with us :)
 
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