Author Topic: CFP 3.0.1.1 Alpha Bug Reports (XP) [Closed]  (Read 69602 times)

Offline mrm1

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I am having an issue with Avast web shield since CPF3 was installed. When enabled, I cannot access web pages. Email and FTP are not affected. If I disable web shield, I have access again. If I remove CPF3 I have no problems. I have given web shield full access rights but this does not appear to fix the problem.

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Would like the network logs to automatically sort most recent at the top when it is opened and be able to click on a column and have it sort by column. Does not do that now for me anyway.

Also not getting a timestamp in the "Date/Time" column in any of the logs.

Am also getting the extra window with no entries as the OP.

This firewall is gonna be awesome when you get the bugs worked out.

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Wow. Excellent stuff Egemen & team.. thanks guys, I really like the look of this. :)
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I am having an issue with Avast web shield since CPF3 was installed. When enabled, I cannot access web pages. Email and FTP are not affected. If I disable web shield, I have access again. If I remove CPF3 I have no problems. I have given web shield full access rights but this does not appear to fix the problem.

OK, mrm1 thanks for the feedback. I have Avast HE installed as well.. but, I don't run Avast's Web or Net Shields (I've always left that to CFP). So, I'll test this later to confirm your findings.
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I installed it on a test system of mine, and so far so good :)

For now I am only testing it on a pretty clean and updated Windows XP with no other security programs. In my opinion trouble shooting is easier that way ;)

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OK, mrm1 thanks for the feedback. I have Avast HE installed as well.. but, I don't run Avast's Web or Net Shields (I've always left that to CFP). So, I'll test this later to confirm your findings.

Just some other info. I have set all Avast components to trusted applications as well as allowing all network access. I have also tried uninstalling both Avast and CPF then reinstalling them both in different orders with no difference.

I have noticed after first boot, Firefox and IE can access web pages. After they have been closed, then reopened, I loose all webb access on these 2 applications.

Turning off web shield, gives me full access.

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Offline Philee

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I can't check Email with Outlook Express and also I can't connect to the Internet with IE.
 Although I have Defense+ and Firewall set to allow all.
 I also tried posting here with Opera, but when I click on Post, I get an error saying I have no Internet connection, although browsing is working.
 
 Exiting CPF didn't work either. I had to kill cmdagent with taskmanager.
 Now IE and Outlook Express are working again.
 
 I'm using Avast, too.
 
 Another thing mentioned before: The IPs in Eventlog are mixed up. They are mirrored.
 
 I wait for the final release or at leased the beta and meanwhile I stick to the 2.4.

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Mrm1, and when you configure the WebShield HTTP proxy?

http://www.avast.com/eng/webshield_issues.html#idt_6869

Greetz, Red.

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OK, if i open a program from a shortcut on my desktop (Gimp, Packetyzer, any program...) that is not listed in the Apps section and I use the radio button to select "Trusted Application" then I get an error popup say that the application is not a valid Win32 application.

It doesn't crash anything or freeze but just doesn't open the program.

I can do the same thing immediately after the error popup and allow whatever it is asking to do, just not select "Trusted Application", on the first prompt and when it pops up another popup it will allow you to select "Trusted Application" without any further errors. It will then run just fine and allow you to rerun the program without further prompts.

Maybe this is by design so that you have to allow it first before it can be trusted? If that is the case then the combo box shouldn't offer that on first time startup.


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IE and Firefox can't not connect to internet ...(i selected "allow all"  ,but it still can't connect internet) ... (:AGY)

PTW:I'm using Avast 4.7 HOME ,BUT Avast can download the update files....

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looks like Defense+'s  events log doesn't work.
I concur.  The "More" button opens the FW logs, but there's nothing for D+ (and there have been events; at least what I would call events - it gave alerts).

For D+ alerts, the "treat application as trusted" (along with Remember) does not appear to have any effect.  It not only does not treat it as Trusted, it doesn't even allow that even to go through; the same alert continues to appear until the regular "Allow" (with or without Remember) is used.

The D+ protection almost seems a little over-the-top, even on the default levels (meaning, Learn Safe, and EXE only); almost as if the safelist is not being used.  Just to print a PDF file in Foxit Reader (opened from within Outlook) there were more than 12 alerts, including combinations of Outlook, ctfmon, foxit reader, and various HP executables.  Surely foxit reader is popular enough to be included in the list... and I should hope that both Outlook and ctfmon are (but I got combo alerts on those as well).  I also had a number of alerts for Firefox and various Windows apps (such as Outlook, explorer, ctfmon, etc)... is FF not on the safelist?  Or is the safelist not on?  I have found no setting (as in 2.4 or earlier) to utilize safelist or not.

I left for about 10 minutes; when I came back and logged in (locked terminal), the desktop would not open; it completely froze with nothing but the background showing.  I had to hard reboot with power button.  It may be because I had decided to use the "executables" group for D+, and something had occurred with that to jam things up.  (oh my, talk about a lot of popups; I swear it took five minutes to open Outlook and check mail, with all those!).  I removed that grouping, and set the D+ level to Learn All, as I am confident in the cleanliness of the system.

Oh, and all popups have no info or suggestions available as to the security risks of any of the applications; I'm thinking this is a known thing because of an early Alpha release.  Perhaps tied in with safelist issues?

On the other side, the IPs shown in connections and logs appear fine; no reversals or mirrors.  Install went fine, no problems there.  It's sure jam-packed with stuff; I'll be glad when it's all actually in there.  The graphics/layout is nice, but on a personal note, the popups remind me of a combo of Zone Alarm and CyberHawk in their appearance (largely because of the orange, I think).

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OK, if i open a program from a shortcut on my desktop (Gimp, Packetyzer, any program...) that is not listed in the Apps section and I use the radio button to select "Trusted Application" then I get an error popup say that the application is not a valid Win32 application.

It doesn't crash anything or freeze but just doesn't open the program.

I can do the same thing immediately after the error popup and allow whatever it is asking to do, just not select "Trusted Application", on the first prompt and when it pops up another popup it will allow you to select "Trusted Application" without any further errors. It will then run just fine and allow you to rerun the program without further prompts.

Maybe this is by design so that you have to allow it first before it can be trusted? If that is the case then the combo box shouldn't offer that on first time startup.

Yes, I get this too.

Defense+'s event logs? I can only see the Log via the More button.. But, I do have Defense+ Logs.. yes. The More-Logs screen has both in a tree structure. It might not be immediately apparent.
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well, I tried this version of comodo and I couldn't even get to the desktop.  I ended up having to remove it from startup and then remove it.  Might have to wait a little to see when the next version comes out.

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Good job I love it so far lol. Windows hangs on startup and I ran Shields UP!! and port 445 was open. I did add a global rule so I will not run into port problems with games and p2p apps. Source, Destination Address is set to any, Source Port is set to any, Destination Port is set to A Port Range 1-65535. Also on the the port range if you let Comodo enter in 65,535 it will revert to 65, you have to enter the number without the comma. I looked at the firewall events right after I ran Shields UP!! and there was no events listed.

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Ev'rytime when I try to acces the internet (ie7) true the startmenu then the Comodo Defense & Alert is poping up with the message "CursorXP.exe is trying to acces ctfmon.exe in memory" what would you like to do, before I can give say allow and remember the answer, the cursor is locking up so I can anly use my keyboard in a very limited way, an restart from the system is nessacerry then, is this situation known by other users and yes what is the solution.
Please forgive my poor english.

Regards, Browny
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