I know this would never happen but just imagine a Comodo OS… how secure and reliable would that be?
Cool idea Goose17, perhaps the thought is not so far away if they base it on Linux; they could make their own distro - Comodo branded and totally secure!!!
I’d even pay for that
Me too, as firewall configuration was one of the very few things I didn’t like about Linux (Ubuntu) when I tried it a couple of weeks ago. I couldn’t leave Win XP, Comodo is too good.
lol yeah i tried ubuntu 6.06 i think it was and didnt really like it. Seemed to be limited. Though windows isnt that great either. But if a Comodo OS comes out this new HD wont be collecting dust anymore… (S)
Yes! Comodo Operation System (COP)! :BNC
Have a look at
Well, whaddya know?
What a surprise! For servers though. I get the feeling that it’s not intended for the every day average user, like Comodo’s desktop security products.
Sounds cool, tho I prefer Windows XP.
I’m fine with CPF and BOClean, so I won’t need a OS, as it possible wouldn’t be compatible with any software, I believe. But it would be awesome if they got bigger than Microsoft ;D
Enterprise solutions, indeed. Not for us daily users, I agree…
Except for all the Linux software?
Not many software is compatible with Linux?
We can take download.com as example.
Clicking ‘All freeware’ gives us a total of 30,965 downloads.
And I think only less than 5% is avaliable for Linux.
Also, Comodo doesn’t support Linux (yet?)
It depends how you look upon it. Of course there is much more software for Windows at this point. I just got the feeling, that you meant “there would be no software at all for a Comodo/Linux OS”, which isn’t true as there is a great amount of quality software for Linux, in my opinion.
Actually, there are tons of software available for Linux. You just typically don’t find them on “download” websites.
I don’t know a number, but I’m going to hazard a guess that there’s far more than 30K worth of applications, and all of them open-source. The only place Linux is lacking (IMO) is games. But I’m not a gamer… ;D
But no, CFP doesn’t work in Linux. Not yet… Of course, Linux doesn’t have all the vulnerabilities that Windows has, and applications don’t tend to “phone home;” being open-source seems to keep folks honest. Go figure… (:KWL)
I’d love it if Comodo came up with a personal Linux OS with built-in el supremo firewall. I’ve questioned the possibility of it before, and was told that it’s not something they’re considering at the present time.
Comodo, www.trustix.com? Where is the common base?
Although Trustix (the OS) is an open source Linux derivative, Trustix (the company) is part of the Comodo group of companies and conforms to their corporate philosophy of security being paramount.
Thanks! I didn´t know that Trustix is a part of Comodo Group. Comodo is clever to secure windows and linux computer systems.