I am posting this at the request of Experience. My initial False Positive report is below, along with the message from Suresh that the problem was fixed.
On the morning of 03/17/09 I had to restore a backup to my laptop, and took the opportunity to install the latest CIS (3.8.65951.477, data base 1062) and BOClean 4.27. Almost immediately, CIS showed 1 threat found, and it was the same ALCXSENS.SYS driver mentioned in my initial post, again as a Heur.Pck.tElock . What was very strange was that after an hour or so, the summary screen shows no threats found, (down from 1 earlier) yet the Antivirus events log still shows the detection.
I don't know that it matters, but I am running XP Home SP3 on a Gateway laptop with an AMD Athlon 64 3400+ with 1 GB memory, and the CIS settings are all default.
I had a problem with an earlier version of CIS saying "the virus database is not updated" and/or "the AV engine is not started," so I updated to the latest version 3.8.65951.477 db version 1039, heuristic scan set to "low," and started to scan the main drive and the "restoral" drive setup by Gateway yesterday, 3/09/09. The Heur.Pck.tElock popped up several times, with different files, all of which had been on the PC for months to even years without incident. I submitted the files to Virustotal, and they were all OK. What was very strange to me was that on the analysis of the alcxsens.sys driver (a Sensaura WDM 3D Audio Driver) showed that Comodo had no problem with the file, yet my installation flags it as an error.
I'll email this report as well.
Posted on: March 10, 2009, 08:56:24 AMPosted by: sureshk
FP has fixed.Please confirm with our latest Updated base.
Thanks for Reporting.
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