this issue is still not resolved in 5.4.x
what is most annoying is that these dll's (guard32/64) are injected regardless of the fact that i have D+ disabled and do not use the A/V.
also, as pointed out in another thread
, these dll's appear to be useless from a malware attack POV.
my answer is simply to stop them from loading at all - problem solved and GDB works as it should, at least in my case.
on another point of utter uselessness, i can only shake my head and wonder what in the heck the devs were thinking as i watch comodo install itself thrice; once in its program directory, once in a sub-directory of its program directory (???), and then as the msi package in the windows installer. what in the is the logic behind this when (it appears) all 3 are equally compromisable? Edit by EricJH: fixed the url