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I wonder why you always get so low score for Firefox.

I don't know why?

Here is another result of mine (fresh Windows 10 installation)

Firefox 59 - Beta on Windows 10 : 468 / 555
https://html5test.com/s/9f860b3bde0219f4.html
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Just use the default proactive config and decide if you want to keep auto-containment enabled or not, then add the Windows directory to the AV scan exclusions. Also change VirusScope to only monitor contained applications.

Thanks futuretech. Is the proactive configuration the standard one that is installed at a CIS update?
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hi Picandalo,
The behavior you experienced is not expected.

We are investigating and may come back to you if any additional information is needed.

Thank you for all the patience.

Thanks
-umesh
umesh

the option to delete the task works, however when restarting the micro it will appear again in the Windows Task Scheduler. This option is slightly better than the option to change the rules of the task because when we change the rules, they return a few minutes later. When we exclude the task, it only returns when we reboot the machine... see image 01 - delete Task and image 02 - after delete task

PS. attention to the Last run time column in image 02; when we exclude the task and restart the micro, this column returns with the date 1999 and the hour 00:00:00.


the option to disable sending of information has greatly improved CPU usage.

note:
 - It is important to check the question of not being able to make at least changes to the rules of the comodo task;

 - It would be interesting for you to change the policy of using taks that collect information to run once a day, so you would have information and we users would not
   be harmed by the constant and excessive use of our PCs;

 - But, the main problem here is we users can not change a Comodo Task that is causing slowness in the system.


PS. I would like to know if I can include the same behavior that is occurring with the Comodo Telemetry Task in this same post or I have to open a new post?. See
      image 03 - telemetry task

thanks
Picandalo
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You can delete the scheduled task while we investigate.

umesh

the option to delete the task works, however when restarting the micro it will appear again in the Windows Task Scheduler. This option is slightly better than the option to change the rules of the task because when we change the rules, they return a few minutes later. When we exclude the task, it only returns when we reboot the machine... see image 01 - delete Task and image 02 - after delete task

PS. attention to the Last run time column in image 02; when we exclude the task and restart the micro, this column returns with the date 1999 and the hour 00:00:00.


Can you please try to disable settings as shown in enclosed snap and see if cpu usage still goes high?

the option to disable sending of information has greatly improved CPU usage.

note:
 - It is important to check the question of not being able to make at least changes to the rules of the comodo task;

 - It would be interesting for you to change the policy of using taks that collect information to run once a day, so you would have information and we users would not
   be harmed by the constant and excessive use of our PCs;

 - But, the main problem here is we users can not change a Comodo Task that is causing slowness in the system.


PS. I would like to know if I can include the same behavior that is occurring with the Comodo Telemetry Task in this same post or I have to open a new post?. See
      image 03 - telemetry task

thanks
Picandalo
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More than 1 hour without any problem !
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Hello,

 I was checking my network traffic to reassure my paranoia when i noticed that my PC sends frequent requests to download.comodo.com which seems like requests for a certificate.

This is an excerpt of the network traffic:

Code: [Select]
"Source:192.168.2.104","Dest:178.255.82.5","TCP","Length:66","53349 → 80 [SYN] Seq=0 Win=8192 Len=0 MSS=1460 WS=4 SACK_PERM=1"

GET /av/tvl/delven.txt HTTP/1.1
Accept: */*
Host: download.comodo.com
Cache-Control: no-cache
Cookie: __cfduid=d06c96f3a6206bc50f81d393538b513171519061919

HTTP/1.1 302 Moved Temporarily
Server: nginx
Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2018 20:13:27 GMT
Content-Type: text/html
Content-Length: 154
Connection: keep-alive
Keep-Alive: timeout=1
Location: http://cdn.download.comodo.com/av/tvl/delven.txt
Strict-Transport-Security: max-age=15768000
X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN
X-Content-Type-Options: nosniff
X-XSS-Protection: 1; mode=block

<html>
<head><title>302 Found</title></head>
<body bgcolor="white">
<center><h1>302 Found</h1></center>
<hr><center>nginx</center>
</body>
</html>



"Source:104.16.60.31","Dest:192.168.2.104","HTTP","Length:483","HTTP/1.1 200 OK  (text/plain)"

GET /av/tvl/delven.txt HTTP/1.1
Accept: */*
Host: cdn.download.comodo.com
Cache-Control: no-cache
Connection: Keep-Alive
Cookie: __cfduid=d06c96f3a6206bc50f81d393538b513171519061919

HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2018 20:13:27 GMT
Content-Type: text/plain
Content-Length: 108
Connection: keep-alive
Last-Modified: Mon, 19 Feb 2018 13:30:57 GMT
ETag: "5a8ad191-6c"
X-CCACDN-Mirror-ID: rmdccgdown3
CF-Cache-Status: HIT
Accept-Ranges: bytes
Server: cloudflare
CF-RAY: 3f0c5dc687e61ac3-DUS

Kuzyakov Artur Vyacheslavovich IP
OOO Firma "Blek-Pljus"
Pointstone Software, LLC
Megaify Software Co.,Ltd.

There is not a lot to be found except for a few mentions of "OOO Firma Blek-Pljus" in relation to malware, which is sort of distressing.
I was not able to determine the process responsible for this traffic and hence am a bit concerned.
For now I manually have blocked any IPs involved in the queries in Comodo.

Are there any known programs to cause these queries or maybe even related software?

Greetings,
Leza
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Hi,
This bug is confirmed, we will be addressing it in next releases.

Thanks for reporting.

Thanks
-umesh
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Important update

Yesterday I uninstalled Windows updates. But... it changes the parameters of WU and it installed it again just after, without noticed !

The fact is that now the computer is nearly normal ! Very very rapid, few freezes with only seconds to open some very big files in Windows Explorer. Absolutely no freeze for at least 45 mn !!!
 
No more noise like these next days (even before Windows updates, so it's not the cause), the noise is also normal.

Only difference on the system : no CIS !  :o
What a surprise...

It's the proof it has nothing to do with hard drive, BIOS or CPU. It's really CIS last update, worse with last Windows update.

It's not finished I suppose (haven't tested safe mode, etc...), but really huge difference. I'll test it more tomorrow, now it's late and I'm very tired with this hard week.

Hope to have better news next time...
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Can you please try to disable settings as shown in enclosed snap and see if cpu usage still goes high?
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Sorry I forgot the BIOS. No, too dangerous. I don't play with this. It's really last last last thing I'll do ;o)

The problems appeared before the Windows updates, without any change, installation, update except Comodo. So I don't see why suddenly, BIOS or CPU would have a problem.
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