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Re: CPF 3.0.11.246 RC1 32-Bit Bug Reports
« Reply #90 on: November 13, 2007, 09:55:42 PM »
CFP needs a long time to be initalized if the system service "Terminal Services" is disabled , but the protections do work when it is being initalized .
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"My Protected Files">"Groups...">
« Reply #91 on: November 13, 2007, 11:39:28 PM »
I imput this as "code" the BB code was changing my every 3 "?" marks to  ???
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1)  All my users do not appear in"
 "My Protected Files">"Groups...">
 Startup Folders
  C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Menú Inicio\Programas\Inicio\*
  C:\Documents and Settings\MyUser\Menú Inicio\Programas\Inicio\*
  %windir%\system32\GroupPolicy\Machine\Scripts\Startup\*
  %windir%\system32\GroupPolicy\User\Scripts\Logon\*
  I had several other users active on this PC at the time I installed CFP3.0.11
  they shold have protected start-up folders as well
  This is a design flaw
  could this be done with wild cards
  this brings me to questions 3),4), & 5)

2)  When I went to manually add a short cut to
  C:\Documents and Settings\MyUser\Menú Inicio\Programas\Inicio\*
  No Alert was generated
  Why? I think this is a bug

3),4) & 5) really belong in "CFP 3.0.11.246 RC1- Questions about how it works"
3)  After bug 2 is fixed
  would it be possible to add users using wild cards either ? or *
  for example
  C:\Documents and Settings\*\Menú Inicio\Programas\Inicio\*
  or this
  C:\Documents and Settings\??????????????\Menú Inicio\Programas\Inicio\*

4)  Clarification
  What is the difference in the wild cards(*) & (?)
  my guess is that
   4A)  (*) Represents a complete file name or directory tree and must be used
      at the end
      i.e  %windir%\system32\GroupPolicy\User\Scripts\Logon\*
   4B)  (?) represents an individual character and there must exist a ? wildcard
      for each charcter
      i.e in %windir%\system32\GroupPolicy\User\Scripts\Logon\* user would need
      to be represented using 4 wildcards (????) like this
      %windir%\system32\GroupPolicy\????\Scripts\Logon\*

5)  More claification
  Can the wild cards be combined as in 4B)
  %windir%\system32\GroupPolicy\????\Scripts\Logon\*
Thanks in advance
 OD
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A keylog test bypass CFP V3
« Reply #92 on: November 14, 2007, 04:58:04 AM »
CFP V3 can't block this keylog test.  :SMLR

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Re: A keylog test bypass CFP V3
« Reply #93 on: November 14, 2007, 07:09:36 AM »
CFP V3 can't block this keylog test.  :SMLR
It calls GetRawInputData API , CFP gives access keyboard alert but can't block keylogger.

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Re: CPF 3.0.11.246 RC1 32-Bit Bug Reports
« Reply #94 on: November 14, 2007, 04:23:26 PM »
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When I have Computer Security Policy open to make some changes and have a alert from CPF3 on the second alert CPF3 crashes.

EDIT When I said CPF3 crashes I should have mention there were no popup warnings it just closed.
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Re: CPF 3.0.11.246 RC1 32-Bit Bug Reports
« Reply #95 on: November 14, 2007, 05:04:38 PM »
since there is no search thread feature, and i don't have too much time:
i noticed yesterday that if you had a large (ie 2500+ files) list of files 'pending for review' for the safelist, comodo pretty much 'hangs' if you press purge.
also, if you press purge twice in the defense+ program entries list (which you can do while the whole list is still loading), comodo will also hang.
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Re: CPF 3.0.11.246 RC1 32-Bit Bug Reports
« Reply #96 on: November 14, 2007, 08:28:20 PM »
CFP needs a long time to be initalized if the system service "Terminal Services" is disabled , but the protections do work when it is being initalized .
OS: windows xp sp2
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According to engmen, that was supposed to be fixed with RC1. I guess it did not make it in.
ref: Here

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Re: CPF 3.0.11.246 RC1 32-Bit Bug Reports
« Reply #97 on: November 14, 2007, 10:30:58 PM »
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CFP needs a long time to be initalized if the system service "Terminal Services" is disabled , but the protections do work when it is being initalized .
OS: windows xp sp2
AV: Avira AntiVir

According to engmen, that was supposed to be fixed with RC1. I guess it did not make it in.
ref: Here

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Hello adric and rcbblgy

This has been mentioned several times and it is not fixed.  I tested the other day and it still took a loooong time to initialize.  Hopefully the next RC will have it fixed.

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Re: CPF 3.0.11.246 RC1 32-Bit Bug Reports
« Reply #98 on: November 14, 2007, 11:18:19 PM »
Still experiencing major problems with Firefox 2.0.0.9 not shutting down properly with the latest CPF RC in operation and ultimately the OS takes a long time to shut down or not shut down at all.  In Task Manager, there may be three or four firefox.exe entries listed.

Reluctantly, I had to unsinstall.

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Another Crash and Burn
« Reply #99 on: November 15, 2007, 05:51:37 AM »
I am still trying to understand how My Pending Files works as to when and what ends up there.
During a bit of testing.. lo and behold, CFP RC1 is still crashing. I was trying to add a safe
file to the my pending files. I've done it before to check to see if a file was considered safe
and there was no crash so this may be related to something totally different.

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Crash and Burn (number 2)
« Reply #100 on: November 15, 2007, 08:43:46 AM »
Here's another DUMP within a couple of hours of each other. Please let me know if this is a known
problem and I will stop posting about it. The previous BETA showed these symptoms too, but I never
got any feedback.

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Re: Crash and Burn (number 2)
« Reply #101 on: November 15, 2007, 09:26:17 AM »
Here's another DUMP within a couple of hours of each other. Please let me know if this is a known
problem and I will stop posting about it. The previous BETA showed these symptoms too, but I never
got any feedback.

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A crash cannot be a known problem.
As long you have these dont stop to send those DUMPs to comodo or postim them here.

Please add you computer specs to your forum signature o to your posts.
Look at the top of this page.
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Re: Crash and Burn (number 2)
« Reply #102 on: November 15, 2007, 09:36:41 AM »
A crash cannot be a known problem.
As long you have these dont stop to send those DUMPs to comodo or postim them here.

Please add you computer specs to your forum signature o to your posts.
Look at the top of this page.

A crash can be a known problem if a fix has already been developed by previously analyzing similiar dumps. Please be more precise.

I did add the system information in the prior post. Since the posts were back to back, I did not see any purpose of duplicating the information. The less clutter the better, but if you wish look here.

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Re: Crash and Burn (number 2)
« Reply #103 on: November 15, 2007, 10:14:48 AM »
A crash can be a known problem if a fix has already been developed by previously analyzing similiar dumps. Pease be more precise.

I did add the system information in the prior post. Since the posts were back to back, I did not see any purpose of duplicating the information. The less clutter the better, but if you wish look here.

Usually crashes are sent to comodo regardeless they are fixed or not. As these dumps need to be analyzed anyway you can send them without waiting for approval. Anyway the standard method should be an email.
So if you have issues with that please submit a bugreport. CPF should automatically launch your email client.

Regarding System Infos do as you please anyway testers and devs can sure be helped if you at least past those infos in your forum signature. So all info is at hand and there is no need to remember where you posted that info.
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Re: Crash and Burn (number 2)
« Reply #104 on: November 15, 2007, 10:43:20 AM »
Usually crashes are sent to comodo regardeless they are fixed or not. As these dumps need to be analyzed anyway you can send them without waiting for approval. Anyway the standard method should be an email.
So if you have issues with that please submit a bugreport. CPF should automatically launch your email client.

Please be more precise. By email, do you mean by posting in the CFP Beta Corner forums?

I don't have any issues with posting my findings in the forums.

Where in CFP do I find the function to submit a Bugreport?
 
Regarding System Infos do as you please anyway testers and devs can sure be helped if you at least past those infos in your forum signature. So all info is at hand and there is no need to remember where you posted that info.

There is no need for anyone to remember where I posted that info since I usually add a pointer
after signing. For example:

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