I found a forum answer from 2009 stating Comodo used it’s own “well developed A/V engine, not another vendor’s engine”. Is this still true?
As I cannot find Comodo Anti-Virus reviewed on VB100, AV-Comparatives, or anywhere really, I wonder if it might be worth the headache of attempting to get CIS functioning with another, well reviewed vendor’s A/V solution (with Comodo A/V component disabled, obviously)?
Most AV testing companies measurement is focused on malware detection, not protection. That doesn’t make sense for today’s threat landscape. Comodo has a very good detection ratio as well, but more important is that it is protecting its users 100%.
Those are fine words. I feel CIS does provide excellent security, so far anyway. But since CIS contains an A/V “module” one wonders how well that particular module compares to other vendors A/V modules. I suppose then that, by the way CIS is designed, that the A/V module is just one small part of the overall protection group which is…em, adequate! Is that an accurate assessment?
If protection is 100% (skipping the horrors of user-selected incorrect alert responses), how is this measured and by whom?