I am one quite happy user of Comodo software - or rather, I was. Now I am a troubled user. Because I installed Comodo quite a long time ago, I had no idea, that initial updating, in the meantime, became such a cumbersome effort. As you all probably know by now, I reinstalled Windows few days ago, and I am very dissapointed with the speed of the process - and its effectiveness. The questions are simple.
1)Is there a way to update a database to at least moderately up-to-date state by downloading file/files/anything and doing it offline later?
2)If no, is that feature going to appear soon in a shape of confirmed, stable, non-beta functionality?
I am really a bit frustrated at the moment, so I am very looking forward to getting an answer to these questions. Ah, by the way, I looked for them at the forum. All I found are reasons to believe that these questions were asked often and ignored. Will someone prove me wrong, please?
As fas I know there will be a feature in CIS upcoming version to update your CIS installation through a saved definition file somewhere saved on your local hard drive or extern drive. For now the only way to update your installation is via the build in update mechanism…
I am srry I am not in the position to answer that question precisely, but I can give you an indication: somewhere in the beginning of next year, CIS 4 will be launched and that version will probably support off line updating… But again, I am not 100% sure about this…