Dear Mr. Abdulhayoglu,
I would like to reply in two parts.
1: This is probably against forum rules but here goes; I appreciate your video very much and would like to thank you for taking the time to go into so much detail.
Very well done!
2: I would like to respond to forum user "SG65" and his comments:
"1 I wish I had as much hair as you do.
2 This video could/should be 5 minutes long.
3 Most words you used only make sense to a above average user."
I totally disagree and feel there is no need for negative mean spirited comments as those toward anyone trying to "teach" or inform. No one on earth knows EVERYTHING!
My case in point is this; I am listed as a "newbie" on this forum (as I believe he is also) but that in no way means that I am a "newbie" to computing in general. I began my computing career while in college working for the University in the (Mainframe) computer room. Working with a "Sperry-Univac 9200". I say room but it really took up the entire basement of the mathematics / science building. It had an elevated floor with air conditioning blowing from the bottom up to keep the system cooled. it was restricted access, with argon fire control. It was enclosed in glass walls and the "Administrator/Operator" wore a white lab jacket to maintain a sterile environment, because it used banks and banks of "UNISERVO 8C" tape drives either 7 or 9 track, 800 BPI and ran on Disk Operating Systems of "COBOL-74, RPG2,FORTRAN or ASSEMBLER. Imput was primarily through "Data Card Punch" machines and subsequent card punch reader machines.
My first computer was a small keyboard/cpu unit that you plugged into a television antenna jack (75 Ohm coaxial connection) and the Hard Drive was a regular cassette tape deck/player and I used "Basic" as the script writer.
That was the late 70's I've had a vast and storied life/career since and I've tried to keep up with computing in general all these years. But you know what? It's impossible. As I said no one person can know it all. Just like in the Engineering field or the Medical field there are specialist who know more about one part of the overall field than someone else does. Over the years I've become aware of AV programs and began using them years ago mostly Peter Norton's to begin with and on to Symantec (Since he sold it to them, which by the way sucks!). I've used Enterprise versions of Norton (Symantec) and McAfees' etc., but guess what? I really didn't know HOW they worked and I did not care. I simply did not need to. I just needed them to work.
Melih's demonstration was very informative and I think on a level that ANY kind of user could understand and appreciate. As I said I'm a "newbie" to this forum, mainly because I don't really care for forums because usually they're made up of people like you who want to criticize people instead of being constructive. I'm NOT a "newbie" at computing, I'm NOT a "Newbie" with Comodo's Firewall and have been using it for several years now with NO problems on the machines I running Comodo on, but I do not consider myself above average either. NO ONE gets to old to learn and I for one "Learned" something from Melih's video (although he probably won't win any hollywood awards for acting
) as i'm sure other's did.
I know this has been long, but to sum it up I'd say this; Thanks Melih, I understand the "Sandbox" now and felt that your other analogies were good as well. And to Mr. SG65 you could learn from what my Mother used to teach us: "If you can't say something GOOD about some one then don't say anything at all"!
Good job Melih, keep up the good work. I love your products!