Then to enter a page have I to inspect manually with Site Inspector? It is something very tedious, in addition I don't believe that makes CIS too bloated.
There are other very light products that Webshield has, for example Avast.
A shame is that having the best Firewall and Hips, Comodo do not pay attention to these small details.
No. I think an extension/add-on/plug-in would more than suffice. Downloadable and not incorporated in the CIS. I've had some
troubles with installing CIS. At times unnoticeable. At times it takes down the net. I believe that keeping it as simple as possible, and keeping all other things optional and separate would eliminate any hassle that can happen due to the failure of one component. However, as separate entities, improvement becomes faster (primarily because problems with it are easily identified, as opposed to being in the CIS in which case, corruption of one module may corrupt the whole installation which means fixing it may be a little too difficult for the average user). Plus, removal of it does not mean another restart in case the user decides he/she has no need of it or does not want it at all.
Bitdefender's QuickScan did it this way, or am I mistaken? And it was incorporated on the popular Click n' Clean. Dr. Web Link Checker and VT link scanner has also trodden the same path, and is it not more convenient? Simplicity. Not that it would make it too bloated (I was referring to the CCE at this point. I have this habit of typing everything that comes to mind without minding grammar). Keeping things as simple and as basic as possible while giving out the maximum performance output is the best possible product you can achieve. A travelling man that carries too much, though he says he can never be too prepared, is often hampered in his journey by the weight of his own paranoia.