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Re: Comodo Internet Security v11.0.0.6606 - Released
« Reply #15 on: June 27, 2018, 09:36:18 AM »
We will be updating website version later today and updates will be released together with CIS.

Thanks Umesh,

For info: Manual install of ISE installs version v1.3.438464.135 with no updates available.

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Re: Comodo Internet Security v11.0.0.6606 - Released
« Reply #16 on: June 27, 2018, 09:37:42 AM »
Congrats Comodo team on the new release! We all really appreciate your hard work.

I look forward to next week for an automatic update to version 11.
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Re: Comodo Internet Security v11.0.0.6606 - Released
« Reply #17 on: June 27, 2018, 11:06:38 AM »
Thanks Umesh,

For info: Manual install of ISE installs version v1.3.438464.135 with no updates available.

Eric

In your %username% temp folder you can find the latest ISE even if it's not installed by main installer.

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Re: Comodo Internet Security v11.0.0.6606 - Released
« Reply #18 on: June 27, 2018, 12:00:34 PM »
In your %username% temp folder you can find the latest ISE even if it's not installed by main installer.

Thanks, I'll check that folder though I usually do a cleanup of temp files after uninstalling.

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Re: Comodo Internet Security v11.0.0.6606 - Released
« Reply #19 on: June 27, 2018, 12:05:28 PM »
FYIP,
https://www.comodo.com/home/internet-security/internet-security-essentials.php
is updated with latest ISE setup now.

Thanks, I'll check that folder though I usually do a cleanup of temp files after uninstalling.

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Re: Comodo Internet Security v11.0.0.6606 - Released
« Reply #20 on: June 27, 2018, 12:07:27 PM »
FYIP,
https://www.comodo.com/home/internet-security/internet-security-essentials.php
is updated with latest ISE setup now.

Brillant, thanks Umesh for your help! :rock:

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Re: Comodo Internet Security v11.0.0.6606 - Released
« Reply #21 on: June 27, 2018, 12:35:10 PM »
After uninstall yesterday; installed everything Comodo separately in non-default paths and folders. After normal reboots, everything is working flawlessly; linkage with Dragon, CSS etc. all perfect

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Re: Comodo Internet Security v11.0.0.6606 - Released
« Reply #22 on: June 27, 2018, 04:48:23 PM »
I had been running the last version of Comodo 8 on my Win7 64 H.P. Desktop for a long time. I uninstalled it last night, used the cleaner tool too, and installed Comodo 11.

The only real "problem" was during installation when I got a pop up asking for the location of inspect.sys.

I had set a slightly different path for the Comodo install folder. So maybe that's why the installer got confused? (It offered me a location on an x: drive - perhaps a temporary ram drive for installation?)

I pointed it to my Comodo\drivers\win7 folder and that worked.

So far so good. I kept version 8 for a long time because I like to copy and paste from my Virtualized Browser to the Windows Clipboard. v10 (and v11) don't allow that.

I saw in the forum that it might be an option someday in CIS. I don't do online banking, so I'm not too concerned about copy and paste compromising the sandbox. Is there a trick/workaround that I can allow virtual access to the Windows Clipboard? (Or an alternative clipboard?)

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Re: Comodo Internet Security v11.0.0.6606 - Released
« Reply #23 on: June 28, 2018, 03:19:37 AM »
Hi,
done clean install yesterday, working fine. comodo cleaning essential(11.0) unable to install yesterday, today it installed successfully.
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Re: Comodo Internet Security v11.0.0.6606 - Released
« Reply #24 on: June 28, 2018, 07:57:02 AM »
Option to disable clipboard protection is coming by Jul-2018 end release.

I had been running the last version of Comodo 8 on my Win7 64 H.P. Desktop for a long time. I uninstalled it last night, used the cleaner tool too, and installed Comodo 11.

The only real "problem" was during installation when I got a pop up asking for the location of inspect.sys.

I had set a slightly different path for the Comodo install folder. So maybe that's why the installer got confused? (It offered me a location on an x: drive - perhaps a temporary ram drive for installation?)

I pointed it to my Comodo\drivers\win7 folder and that worked.

So far so good. I kept version 8 for a long time because I like to copy and paste from my Virtualized Browser to the Windows Clipboard. v10 (and v11) don't allow that.

I saw in the forum that it might be an option someday in CIS. I don't do online banking, so I'm not too concerned about copy and paste compromising the sandbox. Is there a trick/workaround that I can allow virtual access to the Windows Clipboard? (Or an alternative clipboard?)
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Re: Comodo Internet Security v11.0.0.6606 - Released
« Reply #25 on: June 28, 2018, 08:55:26 AM »
Someone questioned the updated list item below in China, and pointed out a serious bug.

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A public bug 2355 was raised by moderators, where HIPS does not alert for actions when previously trusted rated application is changed to unrecognized.

Because he could produce this issue by following steps.

Steps:
1. Disable Containment, enable HIPS.
2. Run an unknown exe file(file A, he has a file named filetest.exe in his test). It was blocked by HIPS when trying to write a file into protected directory.
3. Change this file to "trusted" in advanced setting manually, the OK to close.
4. Delete this file in windows explorer.
5. Copy another exe file(file B) into this folder and rename it to has the same file name as the deleted one. So the new exe file has a same file name with the original deleted one.
6. Run this new renamed file.
7. Check the file detail, you may see that the new file has a same sha1 with the original one.

It's terrible if the new file is malicious, but COMODO treats the renamed file has all the same privileges as the original one. In another words, it can do the same operation just as the original one.
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Re: Comodo Internet Security v11.0.0.6606 - Released
« Reply #26 on: June 28, 2018, 09:04:51 AM »
From description it seems many manual operations with disabled Sandbox.
Question:
Was it ever working?

Someone questioned the updated list item below in China, and pointed out a serious bug.

Because he could produce this issue by following steps.

Steps:
1. Disable Containment, enable HIPS.
2. Run an unknown exe file(file A, he has a file named filetest.exe in his test). It was blocked by HIPS when trying to write a file into protected directory.
3. Change this file to "trusted" in advanced setting manually, the OK to close.
4. Delete this file in windows explorer.
5. Copy another exe file(file B) into this folder and rename it to has the same file name as the deleted one. So the new exe file has a same file name with the original deleted one.
6. Run this new renamed file.
7. Check the file detail, you may see that the new file has a same sha1 with the original one.

It's terrible if the new file is malicious, but COMODO treats the renamed file has all the same privileges as the original one. In another words, it can do the same operation just as the original one.
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Re: Comodo Internet Security v11.0.0.6606 - Released
« Reply #27 on: June 28, 2018, 09:32:33 AM »
From description it seems many manual operations with disabled Sandbox.
Question:
Was it ever working?

In daily use, is there a possibility that users will face such mentioned risks above? Such as just enable paranoid mode of HIPS and disable Sandbox.

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Re: Comodo Internet Security v11.0.0.6606 - Released
« Reply #29 on: June 28, 2018, 10:04:08 AM »
Please try to achieve same via some unknown application rather manually replacing file as manual operations are done more in context of Windows safe apps.

In daily use, is there a possibility that users will face such mentioned risks above? Such as just enable paranoid mode of HIPS and disable Sandbox.
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