- Mar 12, 2016
The difference is there's been hard evidence against Q360, while none against Kaspersky.that comment it´s like what half world is ataking kaspersky.. bcs they think that country is " dangerous " thats mean all products come from there are malicious..
Maybe enough for you, not for me. I used Comodo for years, not for its sandbox but for its HIPS.but what customization u want for a tool to proteck it does what should do and the option are enougth to prevent
comodo's sandbox is a complementary feature, not the main one which was, is and always will be its HIPS
i agreeU- I think everyone here will agree that you are in a different class when it comes to computer security and not a novice like me. But for the normal user, CF at my settings will keep a person safe without the typical Coin-Flip questions ("Do You Want To Allow This?") that the user may be presented with.
Because for me Comodo 's HIPS on Paranoid Mode is the only right mode, anything below that is like you said, useless; the sandbox would do equivalent or better job.Oh God- Umbra- you know I love you but here I think to are totally incorrect. With the sandbox active all the HIPS MAY do is to react to what is running in VTRoot. There was a time when the HIPS would add something to Containment
Qihoo engineers though... they are on another level of smart, and I mean that in only a good way. The owners of Qihoo who are involved with the engineering are the extreme of the extreme.Dont be biased.
The difference is there's been hard evidence against Q360, while none against Kaspersky.
But I really don't care, it's not me who's going to use Q360, that why I said nothing (the warning was already given anyway).
I'd recommend storing the backups externally so they cannot be touched by anything if your environment becomes compromised.If you do biweekly backups and enable File History, your entire computer is the sandbox and you don't have to worry what your AV can or can't do as long as it doesn't corrupt your backups.
My question is if I wanted to test a software, and avoid the possibility of installing other softwares bundled with the software's installer, or even malware, what AV would you recommend with a Sandbox that works well?
I am aware of Sandboxie, and ShadowDefender but rather than use separate softwares, I would like to use an AV that has a Sandbox built-in that works well. Of course there is CFW with cruelsister's settings but other than this software, what else would you recommend?
In my opinion, everything which is developed in-house at COMODO and isn't developed by external parties is ridiculed with bugs. If there's one thing I know... the NSA must absolutely adore COMODO.Comodo is for experienced computer users
As well as many in MT. After a while their eyes open whats up with Comodo, even if it's been discussed thousand times before and warnings said what may go wrong. Each one have to go through hard learning and their own experience with it. I just love reading how people switch to CF and then drop it like a hot potato. Sandboxing doesn't solve possible malware infection problem, you will eventually allow something outside of it, because that's what you do when you install new soft and if one doesn't make sure it's legit and fine with other tools, you're done.the NSA must absolutely adore COMODO.
Is this thread serious? You really ask for problems by using Comodo products, sooner or later you will encounter some annoyance wich you will not be willing to understand nor sort it out. Comodo is for experienced computer users, it's decieving by how easy it may look and just copy cs settings. Practise safe computing habits and make backups, rather than chasing clouds.