As a longtime Comodo Firewall user, I've grown accustomed to terrific performance and reliability from Comodo's products. So, you can understand my shock when CFP3.0 made my network/Internet inaccessible today.
CFP worked fine Saturday, and I was able to enjoy unfettered access to the 'Net and network. Sunday, I didn't use the PC at all...and Monday morning my PC's Internet/network icon popped up with "limited or no connectivity" on my desktop PC. System Restore to a Friday system checkpoint changed nothing--the "limited connectivity" tag re-appeared. Only when I uninstalled CFP 3, everything returned to normal.
I thought this was a fluke with the desktop's firwewall; however, the same thing, I've found, has happened on my HP notebook. CFP 3.x killed wireless network access...and then kept bugging me to accept an unrecognized IP address/network.
What have you good folks done in that last software update?
And why would access to a network spontaneously go away after the computer wasn't used for a day?
Thanks for listening. Any info will be much appreciated.